Does anybody here knows how to cook sweet and sour pork?

@nilanym (184)
Philippines
February 12, 2009 12:57am CST
Can you share me your recipe on how to make a sweet and sour pork. I did some online search on the recipe but when I tested it, it was not that good. Do you have any that you could share. Thanks! Happy mylotting!
4 responses
@jazel_juan (15759)
• Philippines
12 Feb 09
oh yes i do... well first thing is i chop the port to medium sizes or whatever sizes you like, i do this freestyle! lol.. and then i cover it with batter of flour and egg and a bit of salt and then i fry it. i do not cook them together, i just make the sauce separately. i sautee the garlic, onions, and tomatoes.. then i put either tomato sauce with a bit of water, how much depends on you actually, or sometimes i immediately use ketchup coz its sweet already! if i use tomato sauce with water, i add sugar bit by bit to the point it is sweet and then i add a little vinegar bit by bit...till i arrive to my desired sourness! then i add salt and pepper and then i add cornstarch dissolved in a bit of water, wait for it to thicken then simmer it a little then add the fried pork..voila!!!
@nilanym (184)
• Philippines
13 Feb 09
Thanks for the respond!
@srikool (936)
• India
13 Feb 09
ohh sorry..i dont know...but i like to amswer this question as just like thta...ha haha..realy i dont know to cook anything even a coffee..so i came here to read the answers for your discussion..i too can learn it from that..:)...you asked a good one..i too can get some gain from your dicussion realy very thanks for you..have a happy mylotting
@coffeebreak (17820)
• United States
13 Feb 09
I love that stuff - closest I come to chinees food! THat is ALL I like in chineese food... but Ih ave tried to make it myself, and it is kind of there but no, just not good as from the chineese place, so I just splurge from time to time and get a "to go" order. Kind of like making a homemade hamburger and it just not matching up to a Burger King Whopper!
• United States
12 Feb 09
Try this one from allrecipe www.allrecipes.com/Recipe/Sweet-and-Sour-Pork-III/Detail.aspx