Cooking with : Pork
sweet and sour pork
The Thailand cuisine, although similar in some respects to that of its neighboring Chinese, Indians and Burmese, is distinguished by his flavors and original ingredients.
Pork with Szechuan sauce
Sichuan cuisine, known for its tangy and spicy taste, is one of eight major regional cuisines of China.
Pork in sweet and sour sauce
The sweet and sour pork is one of 10 dishes representative of Canton, and is very appreciate.
Bun Cha – meatballs and pork belly grilled
This is an emblematic dish of North Vietnam who equal the famous dish ” The Pho”, it is very appreciate of Vietnamese living in Hanoi. It can be eaten in small stalls on the pavement.
Okonomiyaki – japanese crepe
The okonomiyaki is a pancake or pizza typically Japanese. “Okonomi” means “what you like / want” and “yaki” means “grilled”. This name comes from the fact that we can put many ingredients (although mostly time we find mainly cabbage).
This is Thai fondue with beef, pork and veal. Let yourself be tempted by this Thai dish!
Pochero – Puchero – stew
Pochero or Puchero is a kind of stew of philippines.
Menudo – minced pork soup
Menudo is a soup with minced pork of Mexican origin that is exported to the Philippines.
Lumpia – nems of phillipines
The lumpia is the form of Indonesian and Filipino nems.
Pou ja – Thai Crab Stuffed
Here is the recipe for Pou Ja, stuffed crab of Thailand that you find in all good Asian caterers.
Tonkatsu – breaded pork
Tonkatsu is the breaded pork and became one of the most popular dishes in Japan
Butaniku no shôgayaki – grilled pork with ginger
Butaniku no shôgayaki is a grilled pork with ginger and it is the second popular dish in Japan after the Tonkatsu.