Brown sauce Pork Chops w/ Potato leafs.

HELLO! It has been long since I posted here! So hope there are still people reading here! I’ve been cooking but haven’t been able to post the things I cooked here. So without further ado let me introduce today’s menu: Brown sauce pork chops with stir-fried potato leafs. Okay, they may sound weird together but trust me it’s pretty tasty for the Western-style dish going together with Chinese-style dish.

WHEN THE WEST MEETS EAST.

Ingredients:


Stir-fried potato leafs

1 bunch of potato leafs

1 clove of garlic, minced. (There’s some leaf from the chopping board so there’s some green stuff in it)

AND THAT’S ABOUT IT! Just two ingredients. But if you like you can actually add dried shrimps, it would taste equally great too.

BROWN SAUCE PORK CHOPS
4 pieces of mid-size pork chops. (around 100g each)

PRE-SEASONED overnight with:
Dash of pepper
Hsiao-Hsing cooking wine (Moderate amount)
Light soya sauce (Moderate amount)
One tablespoon of corn flour
One egg.

SLICED.

4pieces of Portobello mushroom (each around 5-8cm wide), sliced

1 whole yellow onion, half sliced half diced.

DICED

SLICED

HOW TO COOK:

Stir-fried potato leafs
It’s actually very easy.
1. Add oil to saucepan
2. Wait for the oil to heat and then add minced garlic

3. When garlic turn brown or going to turn brown
4. Add potato leafs

5. Sprinkle a dash of salt
6. Cover for 2 minutes
7.Take it out.

BROWN SAUCE PORK CHOPS.

Sauce making:
1. Add a thin slice of butter to saucepan
2. Wait for butter to melt, and add diced onion.

3. Saute the onions, wait for it to brown (it brows very fast so watch out!)
4. Add portobello mushroom into saucepan

THIS IS AFTER ADDING OF SAUCE

5. Stir-fry it.
6. Add a mixture of soya sauce paste + 4tablespoon of water +1 tablespoon of Corn flour
7. Mix and add more sauce when it starts to sizzle.
8. Take it out, this will be the brown sauce for the pork chops.

Pork chops:
1. Add butter to the saucepan again.
2. Wait for the butter to melt, and add sliced onion.

3. As it begins to brown, make it lay and spread evenly on the saucepan.
4. Carefully put pork chops on top of the laid onions.

5. As you add all the pork chops in, immediately pour the hot brown sauce on it.

6. Cover the saucepan as soon as you add in the sauce.
7. Cover for 2minutes, turn sides.
8. Cover for about 5minutes, turn sides again.
9. Make sure the pork chop is cooked before taking it out.

HERE’S HOW THE DISH LOOKED LIKE IN THE END.

Bon Appetite! Happy Cooking (:

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