Saturday, March 28, 2009

Deep Fried Fermented Bean Curd Pork

Or popularly known as the "Nam Lu" pork or is it "Nan Lu" pork? Hmmm, lets just call it Deep Fried Fermented Bean Curd Pork now, shall we? Or you prefer it to be called BenardCometh Special Kickass Awesome Delicious Extraordinary Deep Fried Fermented Bean Curd Pork?

Of course I prefer the second name but somehow I felt that you guys would prefer the first name. I know. I got sixth sense. So, let it be called Deep Fried Fermented Bean Curd Pork alright?

If you have a grudge with pork then you can always use chicken wings. Deep Fried Fermented Bean Curd Chicken Wings very the delicious also. Trust me. I tried it before but I still prefer pork. Ahem.

So, today's post is brought to you by BenardCometh's resident chef, Mr Chef. Yeah, I also thought that the name is very original. Ahem.

First, take a look at what exactly is Deep Fried Fermented Bean Curd Pork. Here, a picture. Just a teaser to get you interested. Yum yum.

Deep Fried Fermented Bean Curd Pork

Anyway, lets get on with how to cook this wonderful and delicious dish. First of all, the ingredients.

The ingredients needed are:

Pork (But of course)

Garlic (Chopped to small pieces)

Chinese Cooking Wine

Corn Flour


Fermented Bean Curd
(There is a lot of brands out there)

Light Soy Sauce


Oyster Sauce

That is about all the ingredients you needed. You can add some white pepper or black pepper if you want to spice things up a bit.

Maybe you noticed that I don't give ya the amount of ingredients you need. That is because it is up to your instinct how much you want to put in. Trial and error. Trust your instinct. Cuz I trust mine so I did not really measure. Ahem.

Prepare the pork and pour all the ingredients in a big bowl. Mix em well and let em marinade for few hours. Marinade it overnight  in the fridge is the best.


Heat up some oil for the deep frying session. Take out the marinaded pork and deep fry em in batches until golden brown.

Deep Fry

After it is golden brown, scoop it up and drain em on a paper towel in a plate. You surely want to do this because I am sure you don't want to eat oily stuff. Rite?

Drain on paper towel


That is it. Deep Fried Fermented Bean Curd Pork ready for consumption. You can also sliced em up into pieces or just eat the whole chunk whole like the man you are. Ahem. Or woman. 

Yum Yum


There you have it.

Now you know how to make deep fried fermented bean curd pork. 

Good for you.

Happy Trying.

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