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    Thursday, December 19, 2013

    Mely's Kitchen Lechon Kawali

    A special pork dish loved by pork lovers because of its delicious crispy taste and texture. A little difficult to cook because the oil will really blast during frying, but covering it while frying is a good idea. Here is the recipe that I cooked for 15 persons.

    Ingredients:
    3 Kilos pork belly
    1 tablespoon black pepper
    1 big onion
    8 cloves garlic
    salt and pepper to taste
    4 tablespoons calamansi or lemon juice
    water ( level with the meat)

    Procedure:
    1. In  pot put all the ingredients except for the lemon juice. Bring to a boil, then simmer until the pork is tender. Make sure that the salt and pepper is enough to flavor the meat.
    2. Remove from the water and set aside to drain the water then slice into an inch thick then sprinkle with lemon juice and deep fry until golden brown.



    3. Chop into bite size then serve.


    Note: Be careful when frying because the oil will really blast so make sure you cover it.


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    6 comments:

    1. try this after boiling the pork belly until tender remove it and keep it in the refrigerator overnight to remove the moisture it will fry with very little splatter. It's not safe to fry anything covered

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    2. Thanks for the cooking tips, I appreciate it a lot.

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    3. Will try to do this Ms. MelysKitchen! Luv ur recipes bcz they're simple & not a litany of instructions! The u!

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    4. Will try to do this Ms. MelysKitchen! Luv ur recipes bcz they're simple & not a litany of instructions! The u!

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    5. It doesn't really need or have to refrigerate overnight. After boiling let it cool down on a plate with or without a rack and it will fry fine.

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    6. Tried making this, but instead of frying it, I put it in a turbo broiler. worked perfectly! tastes delicious and less sinful! no need to worry about oil splatters all over the kitchen and on your skin.

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    Item Reviewed: Mely's Kitchen Lechon Kawali Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Melys Kitchen
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