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My Sweet and Sour Pork

I remembered eating Sweet and Sour Pork in one of the nice restaurant in Mongkok,HongKong.  My boss ordered it for our dinner and it was my 1st time to try the Chinese Style Sweet and Sour Pork  and I really liked it.

So I  made sure to remember the taste of it in every bite., so I will know what ingredients they use. 
After a week I've  tried cooking this dish and may boss said it was similar to taste of the sweet and sour pork that we ordered..

So here is the recipe guys. It's my own version.
You can also add pineapple chunks.


Marinating the Pork:
1 kl. Pork (Sirloin)
1 tsp. Salt
1/2 tsp Ground Black Pepper
1tsp. Brown Sugar
2 tbsp. Lee Kum Keep Light Soy Sauce

For Sauce:
1 Green Bell pepper ( cut 1 inch )
1 Red Bellpepper ( cut 1 inch )
2 Medium Size Onion ( wedge)
1 Medium Size Carrots ( cut into flower  shape )
1/2 cup Brown Sugar
1/4 cup Del Monte  Ketchup
1 teaspoon Lee Kum Kee Soy sauce 
1/4 cup Water

Other Ingredients:
Oil for frying
1 Egg ( Beaten )
1/2 cup Cornstarch


  • Marinate pork for 30 minutes
  • Use a deep fryer or medium size pan . Add oil 
  •  Dip the marinated pork in the egg then coat it with cornstarch
  • Fry the pork until golden brown or at least 8- 10 minutes. Drain in paper towel .Set aside.
  • Use a medium size pan or work. Add some oil ,saute onion and bell pepper. Cook until.fragrant. 
  •  Add the ketchup,Apple Cider Vinegar, Sugar,Soy sauce ,salt and water .Let it boil for 5 minutes 
  • Add the mixture of 2 tbsp. Cornstarch and 1/2 cup warm water. Mix it well. Then pour it in the wok.
  • Add in the cooked pork.Wait until the sauce thickens.Cooked until well blended.
  • Transfer in a nice serving plate.Serve it hot.

This dish is really nice with white or brown rice.

Also check my other recipe and visit my blog again for more recipe.


Anonymous said…
my mom cooks this too. I super love this :) she cooks sweet & sour meatballs too hehe It tastes good too 💓💓

Name : Honey Grace Ompad
Ig : @honeyomps

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