I have neither of those things nor do I want to start a fire in my house. But I have come up with a way to make this safely in your own homes without the need of any fire extinguishers. The plus side is: A We can eat triple what we normally do; and B I can share the recipe with you. Breaking out into a sweat with a furrowed brow, throwing ingredients into a bowl and taste testing along the way to try and match the traditional and authentic restaurant quality Char Siu sauce, I finally did it. It was a definite Hallelujah and Amen moment.
Panko-Crusted Pork Chops with Asian Slaw Recipe - EatingWell
So what is so special about this Hainanese Pork Chop, which is the quintessential staple of the Malaysian Chinese restaurants? Made it your own by following this easy pork chop recipe. The preparation is quite straightforward. Note: This post may contain affiliate links. I may receive commissions for purchases made through links in this post. This Chinese pork chop recipe is invented by the Hainanese people who resided in the Malay Peninsula during the era when this land is the settlement of the British, the Dutch and the Portuguese. Many Hainanese worked as chefs for the westerners, and hence they create dishes that incorporate the essence of the western and Chinese cooking.