Malaysian Hoi Sin Sauce with a twist

>> Thursday, July 9, 2009

pork with hoisin sauce
Malaysian Hoi Sin Sauce is a dark sweet sauce that is used for barbecued meats. In general I can say that I don't like eating or buying prepackaged meals, it's usually a mistake that I end up hating. But there are few exceptions like this one because the sauce mixture is good quality and taste. I will let the company describe it in their own words.

"Brahim's Malaysian Hoi Sin Sauce - A rich, dark sauce flavoured with sesame oil, chillies and garlic, ideal to stir through or to use as a marinade."
The package has clear instructions on how to use it but I like to prepare it a bit differently. I use about 1 lb. or 400 grams of pork sliced into thin strips, a little more than 1/2 lb. (300 grams) of cooked or steamed broccoli , some slices of hot red chili, a little garlic powder,the bag of Hoi sin sauce, and steamed white rice to serve with.

red chili pepperFirst I prepare my ingredients , and in a pan with a little oil I fry the pork , then add the garlic powder and chili pepper. Once the pork is cooked the sauce can be added. My husband loves the sauce just like this, but for me it's a bit sweet so I sometimes add a little water or use less of the sauce. This balances the sweetness a bit, and you also get the spiciness from the chili. Definitely worth trying.


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