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Jellied Pork


Jellied Pork
3 pounds pork belly
1 teaspoon salt
3 scallions
2 slices fresh ginger
2 Tablespoons dark soy sauce
4 Tablespoons Chinese rice wine
1 teaspoon granulated sugar

1. Cut pork belly through skin into one-inch pieces, then rub them with salt and refrigerate covered for three or four hours.
2. Put them in boiling water for ten minutes, then drain them and discard the water.
3. Now put pork, skin side down, in heat-proof casserole, add salt, scallions and shredded ginger on them, and pour soy sauce and wine over them and cover the casserole putting it in a 300-degree F oven for two hours.
4. Remove from the oven and carefully uncover the casserole, and transfer the pork, skin-side up into a clean heat-proof serving bowl adding two cups of boiling water, and cover it tightly with foil, steam it over boiling water for one hour. Then discard the foil and any melted fat.
5. Serve in preheated individual or a large bowl.

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