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Vietnamese Fried Pork with Earwood Recipe

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by Phuong (subscribe)
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Published August 20th 2012
In Vietnamese traditional new year, most families have a fried pork dish. A small crunchy and fleshy piece of fried pork piece with salt lemon pepper serve with beer brings you a feeling of New Year.


500g head pork
250g pork ears
250g half fat and half lean meat
200g earwood
Fish sauce
A round plastic bottle with diameter 12-15cm



Clean all materials and chop into pieces as thin as posible.

Coat meat with pepper and fish sauce.


Put head, ears, and fat and lean meat in a big pan and fry it for about 10-12 minutes. Then put earwood in and continue to fry for about five minutes. Sprinkle more pepper.

Now when the mixture is still hot, insert it tightly and quickly in a round plastic bottle.

Wait about four hours to cool down and then put the bottle in the fridge.


Cut it into about one centimetre thick slices, decorate with coriander and serve with salt and pepper. This is suitable for drinking beer.
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