Monday, November 9, 2009


This tender loin pork roll dish was featured on a Chinese cooking show on TV and my wife managed to adapt and cook it to suit our taste buds. It is a very simple dish to cook and all you need are:

Buy a chunk of fresh tender loin -cut it into 1 inch thick slices and thump it up with a meat hammer to flatten and stretch it into a bigger piece.

Place a plump stalk of Spring Onion on the tender loin and roll it up.

Dabble it up with some Wheat flour.

Plunge it into a bowl of whisked eggs.

Take it out and cover it up some grounded Marie biscuit- deep fry it in a wok of hot cooking oil under a low flame until it turns golden brown.

Skewer it to facilitate-easy cutting.

Ready to serve with some colorful chopped yellow/red capsicum, spring onion and cilantro-meat was tender and moist with a crispy crust and soft herbaceous spring onion-best to eat it with Lingham's garlic/chillies sauce.


J2Kfm said...

looks good. almost healthy. hehe ....

thenomadGourmand said...

wow! YUMMY!!!

Selba said...

Whoaaaa.... so scrumptious!!! *drools*

Olive Tree Guitar Ensemble said...

Hi, it's a very great blog.
I could tell how much efforts you've taken on it.
Keep doing!

foodbin said...

J2Kfm-most of it are lean meat.
Selba-yeah, it was.
Olive Tree Guitar Ensemble-thanks and welcome.

CUMI & CIKI said...

the rolls look delicious and pretty too, for parties!

Oh ya, btw, pls could you kindly update our site link to (pls ignore if you have!)

foodbin said...

C&Ciki-can be a good snack food. i'll update your site.

Lori Lynn said...

I'll take your wife's cooking any day over restaurants.

foodbin said...

Lori Lynn-thanks for the compliment.

terri@adailyobsession said...

this looks good! i will try it soon, tnx!