Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Pork Jerky Sandwich 肉干三文治


Pork jerky aka bak kwa is one of the popular Chinese New Year snack. Minced meat shaped into flat thinly  sliced or whole piece of thinly sliced flat meat sheet is marinated and barbecued to perfection. It's fragrant, tasty but heaty. It can be eaten on its own or with bread.

I twist the traditional way of consuming pork jerky into "East Meets West" sandwich. Needless to say, it tastes more flavorful with cheese, and green corals. Also, one side of the bread was pan-fried with butter  to enhance the taste. Can you smell the fragrant? Give it a try to kick start a good day!

Ingredients:

Pork Jerky
Bread
Green Corals
Cheese

12 comments:

allie said...

Bak Kwa + bread is my favourite. Your version of adding cheese and greens is special. Will try it out!

Sook said...

Wow I've never had pork jerky before. That sounds good though.

squall said...

still remember i like to bring pork jerky sandwich to school during primary school as my lunch...

noobcook said...

What a neat idea! I think bak kwa really goes well with bread, and lettuce make it a bit healthier hehe

tigerfish said...

I definitely like 肉干 in sandwich as I have tried it before. But I think I can try adding some cheese in it. Should be very yummy.

tigerfish said...

I definitely like 肉干 in sandwich as I have tried it before. But I think I can try adding some cheese in it. Should be very yummy.

Selba said...

Eating Bak Kwa with bread? Woohoooo... never tried it before :)

New Kid on the Blog said...

unfortunately am not a pork jerky fan... :(

Anncoo said...

Oh...I love this! Looks so delicious.

Big Boys Oven said...

something so simple yet so delicious! so festive too!

xin said...

now the la bohemme they are selling similar stuff too, except it is chicken kua of course, and they added some chicken floss too!

p/s: we sometimes BBQ the meat again to reheat it too. hehe

daphne said...

Oh nice! esp with cheese-wouldnt have thought of that. Smoky flavour of it will go so well though. Good thinking!

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