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Bak Kut Teh

Weather is getting colder in United States.. we need to warm up our body... Bak kut teh will do.. you can have this with plain rice or chicken rice and stir fry Baby Bok Choi... hmm yummy.. or you also can eat it with char kwe if you have it. Hahahaaa...

Bak Kut Teh

1 1/2 pound pork spare rib or pork meat, chopped into small pieces
1 whole garlic, unpeeled
*2 inch ginseng root, peeled, slightly crushed
*3 cinnamon sticks
*5 star anise
*1 table spoon white peppercorns
*1 table spoon black peppercorns
2 table spoon light soysauce
5 dried shitake mushrooms

How to prepare:
deep shitake mushrooms inside hot water, when it soft and slice it.
in pan, boil pork spare rib until raised to surface. than rinse with cold water.
In claypot/pan, add preboiled pork spare rib, garlic, ginseng root, shitake mushroom, salt and pepper.
->wrap cinnamon, star anise, white and black peppercorns in cheesecloth, tie with string and add to the claypot. (this part you can get package version in Asian store where all the ingredient is included, If you decide to get the package one you don't need to prepare the ingredient that I put "*" sign)
when it boil, lower down the heat to medium low and slow cook for 1-2 hours. discard the spice bag, and add light soy sauce.

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