Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Lechon Kawali Recipe


Lechón kawali is pork belly deep fried in a kawali to make the meat crispier.  This recipe is well loved by Filipinos which can be done in a wok or a deep frying pan. It is typically served with vinegar or soy sauce with a sprinkle of calamansi. To make them real tender and juicy, slow-cook the pork belly slab in water, deep fry and then cut them in strips.

Here's how to prepare this recipe

Lechon Kawali Ingredients

2 lbs pork belly
2 tbsp salt
2 tbsp whole pepper corn
5 pcs dried bay leaves
3 cups cooking Oil
34 ounces Water

Lechon Kawali Cooking Procedure

1) Place the water on a big cooking pot and bring to a boil
2) Put-in the pork belly then add 1 tbsp of salt, pepper, and bay leaves and simmer for 30 minutes or until meat is tender
3) Remove the meat from the pot and let it cool down for a few minutes
4) Spread 1 tbsp of salt on the meat, make sure to distribute it evenly on all sections
5) We now need to deep fry the meat. On a dry cooking pot place the cooking oil and heat it up
6) When the oil is hot enough, put the meat in the cooking pot and let it cook until the immersed side is brown and the meat’s texture is crispy
7) Flip the meat to cook the opposite side
8) Remove the meat from the pan, let it cool down a little then slice according to desired portions
9) Serve hot with white rice. Share and Enjoy!

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