This recipe is a twist from the version shown by Kylie Kwong, and as your go through various recipes, you know what suits you best! So this is my version of the Chili Pork!
Pork Slices - 500gms
Brown Sugar - 2 teaspoons (or white if you don't have any)
Chinese Cooking Wine - 4 tablespoons
Ginger - 2tbs, julienned
Garlic - 1 tbs, sliced
Dry Red Chili - 6-7 pieces, roughly chopped
Shallots - 4tbs, sliced
Black Pepper Power - 1tsp
Lime Juice - 2 tbs, freshly squeezed
Dark Soy Sauce - 2 tbs
Water - 1 scant cup
Wash and clean the pork thoroughly. Into a large heavy based pan, add 2 tablespoons of oil just enough to coat the base of the pan. Add in the shallots and saute them till fragrant for about 2 minutes. Then add in the ginger and garlic and saute them for a minute. Throw in the dry red chillies and then place the pork slices onto the pan. Add in the soya sauce, sugar, pepper and lime juice and mix in well. Add in the water and allow the pork to cook through stirring occasionally. The pork should get coated well in the sauce and the meat should be tender! Serve hot with some steamed rice!