Sunday, April 26, 2009

Meat Patties In Mushroom Sauce



Patties made from grounded pork are not only for hamburgers. It can also served with salad in a satisfying Western style food. This is the idea that came across my mind. Here is a home cook meal that I made from scratch.

Meat Patties In Mushroom Sauce
serves 2
Ingredients:

(A) Meat Patties
400gm minced pork
half of medium size onion, chopped
an Omega-3 egg
dash of grounded black pepper
2 tbsp of light soy sauce
extra virgin olive oil

(B) Salad
4 asparagus
some cauliflower florets
some broccoli florets
4 green coral leaves
10 cherry tomatoes
half of Japanese cucumber, thinly sliced
3 tbsp of Thousand Island dressing

(C) Mushroom Sauce
2 dried mushrooms
1 tbsp of BBQ sauce
2 tbsp of Maggie oyster sauce
half tbsp of corn starch mix with 3tbsp of water
a small bowl of mushroom water (water used to boiled mushroom)

Methods:

1. Mix all ingredients (A) and marinate for at least half an hour.

2. Boil the asparagus, broccoli and cauliflower florets. Arrange with the other ingredients on 2 plates.

3. Wash and boil the dried mushroom for a bout 10 minute. Retain the water. Remove the stalk and thinly slice the mushrooms.

4. Divide the pork mixture into 4 portions. Gently shape each portion into ball. Flatten it into patties.

5. Heat enough oil in a non stick pan. Pan fry the pork chop until it turns golden brown. Let them rest on kitchen towel before serving.

6. Heat some extra virgin olive oil in a pan. Saute the mushroom till fragrant. Pour in the small bowl of mushroom water. Add the BBQ and oyster sauce. Let it simmer for a while. Add the corn starch for thickening. Off the fire and pour the sauce over the pork chop.

18 comments:

Dora said...

Hmmm...That looks very tasty! Pls save some for my dinner. ;p

Agnes Cheong said...

Omg...looks sinful lea..But so unlucky I cant cook in hostel.=.=''

Steven Goh said...

yummy, usually I will only get this at restaurant. Now I know where I can find when I am out of money to eat :)

tigerfish said...

A beautiful complete meal :)

Selba said...

Sounds so delicious!

foodbin said...

a well balanced and cooked dish-top marks!

SimpleGirl said...

wow, made your own meat patties...lot of work ya! but sure much more tastier than the ready made one...and healthier also...good work!

worldwindows said...

I stock Marina and Ramly burgers in my freezer. I noticed lots of oil being released into my pan esp when frying the Ramly's. Fresh meat is desirable!

New Kid on the Blog said...

wow... you are such a great cook!!! am drool over this... :)

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Yes I agree with NKOTB, you are great cook. ^o^

Duckie said...

you really are a good cook .. compared to you, i'm in level 0!!!

mimid3vils said...

That day I used minced meat to make meatball :p

550ml jar of faith said...

Oh this is a super recipe! Simple but would taste so good! And I like how this is really lo-carb as well! Yum yum!!

Food For Tots said...

Very creative! I usually prefer to use fresh mushrooms for Western cooking.

Big Boys Oven said...

this is so amazingly delicious, so well prepared! :)

ck lam said...

Looks delicious...a dish with a restaurant presentation.

Sugar Bean said...

Thanks for the recipe. Looks healthy. Can't believe that they're make from scratch!

Elin said...

I agree with CK, your food presentation is like the restaurant and needless to say the food is delicious too. A good one..yum yum

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