Wednesday, November 8, 2023

Malaysian-Inspired Pork Chop Delight

In my household, pork is a rare treat due to my partner's dietary preferences. Nevertheless, being a pork enthusiast, I occasionally indulge in pork dishes when dining out. But when I crave a home-cooked pork delicacy (Chinese Herbal Pork Soup), I prepare it just for myself, keeping in mind my partner's preference. This Malaysian-style pork chop is my own creation, utilizing the ingredients I had readily available at home. The result is a delightful blend of spiciness, saltiness, and a hint of tanginess, beautifully coating the tender pork chop pieces. Let's dive into the recipe!


2 pieces of pork chop – flattened with a basher and marinated with:

Ginger paste

Garlic paste

Dark soy sauce

Light soy sauce

Oyster sauce

Crushed black pepper

A dash of sesame oil

A pinch of salt

Lime juice (if needed)

(***Ingredients as needed)

Other ingredients:

1 small bowl of frozen green peas

2 red chilies – sliced

Lime juice (if needed)

Butter (as needed)


Heat butter in a pan and add the sliced red chilies, allowing their blissful aroma to infuse into the dish.

Drop in the marinated pork chop pieces and cook them on both sides until they turn three-quarters done.

If desired, pour a little water into the pan to create a delightful sauce as the pork finishes cooking. This will render the pork soft and tender.

Once the pork is thoroughly cooked, add the green peas and a touch of lime juice for a refreshing tang.

Give everything a good stir to blend the flavors, and then it's time to dish out your Malaysian-style pork chop creation.

Savor the mouthwatering fusion of flavors and enjoy your deliciously tender pork chop, carefully crafted with love and creativity! 


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