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Roast Pork Pieces


Roast Pork Pieces
2 Tablespoons mao tai or another strong distilled alcohol or brandy
1 inch-size lump of rock sugar mixed with two tablespoons boiling water
2 Tablespoons oyster sauce
2 Tablespoons hoisin sauce
2 squares fermented red tofu, mashed
1 teaspoon Chinese sesame-chili oil
1 pound pork loin cut lengthwise into four long strips
3 Tablespoons maltose or dark Karo-type syrup
1 pound spinach
1. In a glass or non-reactive container, mix maotai, sugar water, oyster and hoisin sauces, mashed tofu, and chili oil, and add the pork pieces and marinate for two hours.
2. Put the drained meat strips on a rack about two inches above a deep pan filled with two inches of boiling water.
3. Bake in a 400 degree F oven for half an hour, basting them with the remaining marinade every ten minutes.
4. Remove meat to a cutting board, cut each strip into five or six thick slices and put them in a serving bowl. Bring any remaining marinade to the boil and boil it for two to three minutes, then pour it over the meat, and serve.

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