Fast and light soy sauce under a braised pork belly by Korean actor Cha Seung Won in the TV series Three Dishes a Day : Fishing village.

Soy sauce Steamed pork belly - Cha Seung Won

Samsi Sekki, i.e. 3 dishes a day, is a very popular Korean TV show in which the actors live a few days a week in a rural village and use ingredients found by club members, fish or taken from the city. You’re now in season 5! In the middle of the season, popular actor and artist Lee Kwang Soo visits the village with different ingredients, including a pork belly and young buck (sea-ear). Cha Seung, the winner, can easily roll this pork belly dish into a side dish while making stews. He claims it’s Moroccan!

Braised pork belly with soy sauce - Cha Seung Won Braised pork belly with soy sauce - Cha Seung Won

This dish is simple, but also delicious. Bring the pork to the boil, cook in a marinade with soy sauce until the meat is pleasantly transformed into a slightly sticky, salty and sweet sauce. Green onions are the key to a good balance, even if you can give them up if you don’t have free houses. Cut the green onions into long strips and enjoy a piece of pork.

There’s no exact recipe for what he did, because he’s just the eye of the ingredient in a big bowl. I surfed the internet, on Youtube, and tried a few variations. This follows all the main ingredients used in the exhibition. I missed the eye of the sea because it’s a certain luxury.  It’s about to get a little too sweet, but I think it adds depth to the sweet-salty combination. If you want to be much less sweet, you can reduce ½ to one teaspoon of sugar.

Have fun!

Korean soy sauce Steamed pork belly - Cha Seung Won

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Korean soy sauce Steamed pork belly - Cha Seung Won

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Pork breast with Korean soy sauce - Cha Seung Won

Pork belly steamed in soy sauce – Cha Seung Won

Fast and light soy sauce under a braised pork belly by Korean actor Cha Seung Won in the TV series Three Dishes a Day : Fishing village.

Cooking time 5 minutes

Cooking time 15 minutes

Timetables: 2 persons

Jennifer | Chopsticks for Food and Flour

Ingredients

Main components

  • 1 pound (450g) pork belly, pork shoulder blade
  • 2 green onions, grated
  • 5 green onions, cut into long strips
  • Vinegar and sugar plan optional

Sauce

  • 3 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon sugar *cm Remark
  • 1 tablespoon Korean tuna sauce, anchovies
  • 2 tablespoons Korean Pacific wine for cooking
  • 1 teaspoon sesame oil
  • 1 garlic stuffed
  • milled black pepper

Pig preselection

  • 2 tablespoons Korean Pacific wine for cooking
  • milled black pepper
  • 2 tablespoons maize starch from flour or potato starch

Instructions

Spring onion cooking

  • Push the green onion for a long time. Cut the green onion in half and into long strings. Cut the halves in half again to make long strips.
  • Put the green onion in a large bowl. Fill it with water. * Optionally, add a little vinegar and sugar. This will soften the very sharp taste of the green onions.

Pre-season meat

  • Place the belly of the pork in a medium sized bowl.
  • Add some rest and sprinkle with black pepper. Mix well.
  • Add a little cornstarch. Mix well so that the meat is well processed.

Cooking

  • Heat a large frying pan with 2 tablespoons vegetable oil and chopped green onions on medium heat.
  • As soon as the green onions are soft and fragrant, add them to the pork belly. Continue cooking until the meat is nicely tanned on the outside. Stay on the path.
  • Pour the sauce over the meat and keep stirring. Keep frying until the sauce thickens and the edges of the meat are crispy; 1 to 2 minutes.

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