If you’re trying to put together a meal within 30 minutes and also want something tasty and comforting, steamed eggs and minced pork are a straightforward recipe you must explore.
Steamed egg served with minced pork (Rou Mo Zheng Dan ) is an item that is often served at the table during dinner time in the Taiwanese home. Every family has its individual method of cooking this dish. Some prefer to cook the meat prior to steaming it in the egg. Some prefer eggs over meat and the reverse is true.
In this recipe, I’m demonstrating my family’s favourite recipe for this meal. My husband is a fan of eating a steamed egg topped with minced pork. He often gets excited when it’s at the table. Similar to Taiwanese minced pork, and Taiwanese minced pork, which is served with pickled cucumbers, this dish is so delicious and delicious that it will disappear quickly as will a large quantity of rice!
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The Reasons to Try This Recipe
- It’s simple to prepare and requires no specific techniques required.
- It’s easy to make and is ready to serve in just 30 minutes!
- It’s delicious and warm!
- Ingredients are reasonably inexpensive and cost just $5 to prepare three to four portions.
The ingredients you’ll need
- Ground pork – Buy ground pork that has 20 percent fat.
- Shaoxing wine – It can be substituted with the rice cooker wine.
- Chinese Five Spice – This adds to the flavor, but it’s not required.
- Corn starch helps tenderize the meat. You can also make use of other types of starch, such as tapioca starch or potato starch.
Step 1: In a bowl that is shallow Mix ground pork with soy sauce Shaoxing wine and ginger, garlic and white pepper powder Chinese five spice salt, sugar along with corn starch. Then, add chopped scallion, and then set the dish aside.
Second step – Mix eggs using 1 cup of water, until they are smooth.
Step 3. Put the mixture of eggs into a shallow bowl and through the sift, and then let it release and evenly distribute the pork a little.
Step 4: In a pot with lid and a lid, prepare 3 cups of boiling water. simmer at a medium temperature. Place the steamer basket or rack in the pan, and then place the bowl on the top. Reduce the temperature to medium-low and cover the pot with a lid, leaving an opening to steam up to 20-25 mins or till the custard has cooked.
Step 5: Once the food is cooked, take the pan from the stove and allow it to cool for 5 minutes prior to taking it off. Sprinkle with a little sesame oil and serve it with warm rice.
Tips and Tips and
- As we steam egg custards with meat, it’s difficult to achieve a smooth texture. However, there are a few things you can use to make it more smooth and more smudge-proof.
- 1.) When mixing eggs, make sure not to use too many air.
- 2.) Pour/work egg mixture into an screen.
- 3.) Steam at a lower temperature and with a tiny opening to let the pressure out of the pot.
- 4) Don’t overcook.
- To see if the dish is cooked to perfection make a small hole using an ice cube and check whether there’s liquid coming out. If not it means that the dish is cooked.
- Use a wide , shallow bowl so that it’s more easy to cook.
- It is possible to utilize alternative methods of steaming (ex. bamboo steamer and electronic food steamer) according to your preference. the cooking time could differ based on the method used to steam and frequency. Check every 2 to 3 minutes after 15 minutes of cooking.
Do I have to replace ground meat with ground beef, or ground turkey.
I’ve not tried this before, however I’m sure it will be a great idea.
Does it cook well? How can I cook the rest of it?
I typically simply microwave it, and then the rest is delicious!