2 Step Easy Chinese Braised Pork Belly and 2 Ways to Eat it

Two step way to make pork belly and 2 ways to serve it! You literally just combine all the ingredients and cook on low for 2-3 hours. This version is almost the same as my soy sauce chicken. I opted to use rock sugar and it gives it a stickier and almost honey like flavor- and somehow, I feel it tenderizes the meat as it cooks too. I served it with congee for the kids and my husband and I had it Korean style in a lettuce wrap and Ssamjang , a Korean soybean paste condiment. Sooo tasty!

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The Easiest & Most Versatile Wontons

The easiest and most versatile wonton recipe. The only ingredients are wonton wrappers, scallion and fish sauce. Add chicken broth to turn it to a soup and add veggies to make it a meal. Add chili oil or sesame oil with a sprinkle of soy sauce to add extra Unami flavor and to give it a little Szechuan flair. Or simply just have it hot, fresh and plain with black vinegar on the side to use as a dipping sauce.

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