Stewed pork

Mmm, our favorite way to cook pork -- only add soy sauce, brown sugar, salt, green onion and ginger; simple but extraordinarily delicious. We serve it with white rice and green vegetables. Really have a good appetite :)

(1) Dice about 3 lb pork shoulder, rinse and strain;

(2) In a saucepot, add 2 tbsp oil, heat under high power;

(3) Add pork dice, stir until pork turns to brown in color;

(4) Add 1/4 cup rice wine or sherry, stir until water fully evaporate and melted pork fat is clearly separated;

(5) Strain to remove melted fat, place pork back to the pot;

(6) In a hot pan, heat under medium power, add 6 tbsp brown sugar, stir until aroma develops;

(7) Blend brown sugar with pork dice immediately;

(8) Add 6 tbsp dark soy sauce, 2 tsp salt, 2 cup water, 3 white part of green onion, 3 slices of ginger root, combine well, and bring to boil;

(9) Stew for 1 hour under low power;

(10) Switch to medium power, gently stir while concentrating sauce.

Serve immediately.

For leftover stewed pork, steam but not reheat in microwave oven.

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