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Braised Mushroom with Roast Pork Belly & Black Moss

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Braised Mushroom with Roast Pork Belly & Black Moss

This is one dish you should not miss out on Chinese New Year. The Braised Mushroom with Roast Pork Belly and Black Moss is an auspicious dish by the Chinese as it contains mushrooms which represent seizing opportunities and fulfilling wishes, whereas moss represents fortune(发)!

“A must-have dish for CNY!” – Irene Tan

In this recipe, the mushrooms are meaty, smooth and delicious. Cooked with Meyer Circulon Cookware, the moisture is locked and it is thoroughly cooked without overcooking and gives it an extra crunch on the outside while still being soft on the inside. The perfect heat distribution prevents the mushroom from getting burnt even after 1 hr of simmering.

Packed with flavours when eaten. Don’t worry if you can’t finish this dish in a day. Heat it up and keep it for the next day, it will still taste superb.

Grab the full recipe below now!

 


Preparation Time:  45 mins | Cook Time:  1hr 30mins  | Total Time:  2hr 15 mins

No. of Servings: 3-4

Ingredients

  • 12-15 pcs medium size dried shiitake mushrooms
  • 250gm roast pork belly cut into chunks
  • 20gm black moss
  • 12 slices young ginger
  • 2 stalk spring onion, cut into 2 inch
  • 2 tbsp cooking oil
  • 1 tbsp of rice wine
  • ½ tsp sesame oil
  • 20 stalks of baby cai xin, blanched

Sauce

  • 200 ml chicken stock
  • 200ml water from soaked mushroom
  • 200ml tap water
  • 3 tbsp premium oyster sauce
  • 1 tbsp premium soya sauce
  •  ½ tbsp premium dark soya sauce
  • 1 tbsp fish sauce
  •  70 gm rock sugar
  • 50 ml Chinese cooking wine
  • 1 tbsp cornstarch with 2 tbsp water, for thickening

Cooking Directions

Step 1: Prepare mushroom

  •  In a bowl of dried shiitake mushroom, pour in 200ml hot water. Cover with lid and let the mushroom soak for 40 mins, until soft. Squeeze out the water from the mushroom and snip off the tips. Set aside the mushroom water.

Step 2: Prepare Black Moss

  • Soak black moss till soft.
  • Drain and lay it on a steam plate with 8 slices of ginger and spring onion sprinkle on top.
  • Sprinkle some rice wine and steam for 20 mins.
  • Remove ginger and spring onion, rinse and drain. Set aside.

Step 3: Cook dish

  • In a wok with cooking oil, fry 4 slices of ginger till fragrant. Add in mushroom and fry till fragrant.
  • Add in the sauces and bring it to a boil for 20 mins. Lower fire, cover with the lid and simmer for 60 mins.
  • Add in roast pork belly and simmer for another 30 mins.
  • Tips: Add water if the level of sauce falls too low due to the simmering. Once it is almost ready, taste the sauce to your preference.

Step 3: Serving the dish

  • Dish out the mushroom and pork belly, arrange on a shallow plate. Place black moss in the center of the dish.
  • Bring the sauce to boil, add in cornstarch water to form a thick gravy. Pour over the dish and serve immediately.

Recipe adapted from Irene Tan

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