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Unread 04-24-2013, 09:52 PM   #1
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Default • Stew Pork in the Dutchie

Ok guys, I think I'm almost done with my "back log" of posts... . Couple Sundays ago couple friends came over to help me with a project I was working on... I rewarded them with dinner . Sooo this is how I do "Stew Pork" (pronounced "Stchew Pork" not stewed pork ). As many asian ingredients as it has it's still very much Jamaican...

I started off with a slab of pork belly with ribs which I cut down into cubes. Then for the marinade I combined onion, scallion, thyme, ginger, garlic, scotch bonnet, S&P, brown sugar, hoisin, oyster sauce, soy, pimento, chinese 5 spice and processed it all together for a bit (soy not included in pic) and added it to the meat.





It went in the fridge for a bit then the meat was separated from the marinade and put in a hot dutchie with oil to sear off the pork. Once seared the marinade was added back with water. As the pork cooked down more water was added.



Sweet potato and carrot was added later to the pot. Here it is about to come off the fire:



And simply served in a bowl over rice.



This dish is just amazing, especially with the pork belly as that point where it's just about to start pulling.

Well guys, thanks for looking.

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Unread 04-24-2013, 09:55 PM   #2
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Man, that looks great Phrasty, and it sounds quite Asian as well. Like Clay Pot Pork Belly, that is what I think.
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Looks pretty good from Over here
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Oh yeah!
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That looks great! drooling for pork belly...
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Reduce your aperature and you can bring the entire bowl in focus. The dishes look amazing.
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looks great phrasty, just ate but if that was in front of me I'd hit it hard.
I need to get mgs a dutchie.
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Fine eating!
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Looks mighty tasty, Phast!
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Looks/sounds awsome! Great stuff.

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Holy moly that looks good. Do you always use pork belly? I'm assuming I could pull that off with a diced up butt as well.
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Very nice Phrasty.
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