Taiwanese Lu Rou Fan (Braised Pork Rice) 台湾滷肉飯

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Lu Rou Fan (Braised Pork Rice) 滷肉飯

Lu Rou Fan (Braised Pork Rice) 滷肉飯

Minced pork rice, lo bah png, or 滷肉飯 is a rice dish that is commonly seen throughout Taiwan and Southern Fujian.
As the origin of the flavor, the sauce is the key to making minced pork rice. The most popular way of preparation seen in Taiwan is stir-frying the ground meat with sliced shallot in oil, and then boiling it in soy sauce. In the frying process, one may customize the flavor by adding seasonings such as sugar, rice wine, pepper, and other spices. When finished, the dark-brown meat sauce is called “bah-sò (肉燥)”, and is also served with noodles, soup, vegetables, and many homemade Taiwanese dishes
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Lu Rou Fan (Braised Pork Rice) 滷肉飯 Recipe

Recipe by bearnakedfood



  • In a large pan or wok, add in the diced pork and cook for about 10 mins, until the liquid in the pan has almost evaporated.
  • Add in dried shrimps, rock sugar, star anise, five-spice powder, and stir fry for 30 secs. Do not worry if the rock sugar is still hard as it will melt eventually.
  • Add in the sauces, shallot, garlic, and ½ of the rice wine and stir for another minute.

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