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Happy Father's Day!

2016-06-17 21:28:48|Food

Don’t forget Father’s Day on Sunday 19th June! How about treating him to a tasty home cooked meal? My Roast Pork brioche buns with caramelised red onions are really simple and very tasty!  You can marinate the pork in advance and then quickly cook and sandwich into the brioche buns before serving.  If the weather is kind, you can cook on the summer BBQ too.  They make a change from your normal burgers and sandwiches.  The recipe is below or it can be found in my cookbook, Ching’s Fast Food.   Have a great weekend!   Love, Ching x   Ingredients 500g pork fillet 1 tbsp groundnut oil 1 tbsp runny honey 4 small brioche buns 4 Red Gem lettuce leaves                     For the marinade 1 clove of garlic, crushed, finely chopped 2 tbsps yellow bean sauce 1 tbsp Shaohsing rice wine or dry sherry 1 tbsp light soy sauce 1 tbsp groundnut oil   For the caramelised red onions 1 tbsp groundnut oil 1 red onion, finely sliced 1 tbsp soft light brown sugar   Method 1) Put all the ingredients for the marinade into a large bowl and stir together. Add the pork fillet and turn in the mixture to coat, then cover and place in the fridge to marinate for at least 20 minutes. 2) Remove the pork from the marinade (retaining this) and cut into 5mm slices. Heat a wok over a high heat until it starts to smoke and then add the groundnut oil. Add the pork slices and stir-fry for 2 minutes. 3) Stir the honey into the marinade, then add to the pork and cook for another 2 minutes or until the meat has acquired a slightly sticky glaze. Transfer to a plate and leave to rest. 4) Meanwhile, make the caramelised red onions. Heat a small wok over a medium-high heat until it starts to smoke and then add the groundnut oil. Add the onion slices and cook for 3 minutes or until softened, then sprinkle over the sugar and cook for a further 1-2 minutes or until sticky and caramelised. 5) Slice each bun in half, add a lettuce leaf, some fried pork slices and a spoonful of caramelised onions and serve immediately.   Ching's Fast Food is published by HarperCollins

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