Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Pork Lard (Air-Fryer Recipe)




Ever since I started to post a few simple recipes cooked with Air-Fryer, I receivd quite a number of emails and comments from time to time. Thanks to all my readers who's willing to try out my Air-Fryer recipes. I’m glad you loved it. Regarding to your enquiries, I’m sorry to say that I have very limited time to reply one by one. I’m new to the Air-Fryer too, but I’ll try my best to explore more about it. Thank you for your support. I appreciate fellow friends who shared with me the useful tricks.

What I’m going to share with you today is not a dish, but a dish complement instead. It’s the pork lard, non-halal food.

During a time when cleaned up the freezer, I found a box of left over raw pork belly. The pork belly was too fat that I didn't want to use it for my cooking. So, I thought off making pork lards with the air-fryer.

To make this, you just have to cut the pork belly into small pieces. Then, arrange it in the airfryer basket. Fry it under 180 deg C for about 15 minutes or more (depends on the size of the pork belly). The pork belly is now turned into golden brown pork lard, like this.......Next, you can use it to garnish your dish or to delish up your fried noodle.



13 comments:

Ann@Anncoo Journal said...

I don't have a Air-Fryer at home but this sounds so easy. Always love your beautiful pictures.

New Kid on the Blog said...

Is this air-fryer electricity consuming??? Looking at the spec it looks like one ...

petite nyonya said...

Can I have all that fried pork lard pls? So yummy!! This air fryer is so useful!

Jay said...

sounds devourable n perfect..
Tasty Appetite

tigerfish said...

Like this complement usually found in minced meat/fishball noodles :)

daphne said...

What a great air fryer! I wouldn't hv thought of making pork lard in this.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

I seldom cook with pork lard, but this is a simple way to prepare it.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Great use of the Air-Fryer! Since I am health-conscious, I stay away from fried pork lard. :P

mycookinghut said...

Wow wow! I got an ActiFry so I am definitely going to give pork lard a go!! I miss eating crispy pork lard! :)

noobcook said...

sounds like a nice alternate way to make it via the deep frying method.

Blessed Homemaker said...

I've been wanting to buy one but I've read that washing up is quite a chore. How do you wash the mesh when food gets stuck?

Anonymous said...

No hassles with washing the basket of airfryer. If something does get stuck to basket just immerse in water and wash with one of those bristle brushes. Just a ? while I am here, have you tried sausage in airfryer, see booklet says no but read someone missed that piece of information and says it can be done.

Pinkalicious said...

hello! I love your recipes! just bought airfryer. but it's emittinng alot of smoke! do you have this problem?

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