Salted Fish Pork Belly Pasta 咸鱼花腩煲意大利面

by Angie Liew
Salted Fish Pork Belly Pasta



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Salted Fish Pork Belly Pasta

A Modern Twist To A Classic Chinese Stir Fry Dish: Salted Fish Pork Belly 咸鱼花腩煲

When you are craving for a pasta meal but you don’t fancy all that creamy and cheesy stuffs, this salted fish pork belly pasta may just be the answer for you. It’s a very classy makeover pasta dish with an Asian twist. The salted fish and marinated pork belly are super flavourful and so surprisingly perfect with pasta too.

Salted Fish Pork Belly Pasta

A Super Easy One Meal Dish For Busy Weeknights and Lazy Weeekends

Incorporating the al dente spaghetti into a stir-fry with the aromatic salted fish and pork belly as well as a touch of ground pepper can render this pasta dish tastes insanely delicious and addictive. Make it a bit spicy if you like and you will have got yourself a super comforting plate of pasta in the form of Asian noodle. Makes for an easy weeknight dinner too.

As always, ENJOY!

Salted Fish Pork Belly Pasta

Salted Fish Pork Belly Pasta

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Salted Fish Pork Belly Pasta 咸鱼花腩煲意大利面
By Angie Liew of Huang Kitchen
This pasta dish brings a new twist to the popular Chinese daichao stir fry dish, Salted Fish Pork Belly. This one meal dish is packed with the amazing fragrance of salted fish, marinated meat and dried chillies. Just the perfect dish to make on lazy weekends!
Serving For
2people
Prep Time
15minutes
Passive Time
30minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Serving For
2people
Prep Time
15minutes
Passive Time
30minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Ingredients
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Instructions
Preparing Ingredients:
  1. First, thinly slice the pork belly. Then dice salted fish and red onion. Cut ginger into thin slices. Next, remove the seeds from dried chillies, soak it in hot water until soften, drained and set aside.
    First, thinly slice the pork belly. Then dice salted fish and red onion. Cut ginger into thin slices. Next, remove the seeds from dried chillies, soak it in hot water until soften, drained and set aside.
    First, thinly slice the pork belly. Then dice salted fish and red onion. Cut ginger into thin slices. Next, remove the seeds from dried chillies, soak it in hot water until soften, drained and set aside.
    First, thinly slice the pork belly. Then dice salted fish and red onion. Cut ginger into thin slices. Next, remove the seeds from dried chillies, soak it in hot water until soften, drained and set aside.
  2. Then, prepare seasonings to marinade the pork belly.
    Then, prepare seasonings to marinade the pork belly.
    Then, prepare seasonings to marinade the pork belly.
    Then, prepare seasonings to marinade the pork belly.
  3. Marinate the pork belly with all the seasoning ingredients for at least 30 minutes.
    Marinate the pork belly with all the seasoning ingredients for at least 30 minutes.
    Marinate the pork belly with all the seasoning ingredients for at least 30 minutes.
    Marinate the pork belly with all the seasoning ingredients for at least 30 minutes.
  4. Meanwhile, cook the spaghetti in a generous amount of water until it's almost al dente.
    Meanwhile, cook the spaghetti in a generous amount of water until it's almost al dente.
    Meanwhile, cook the spaghetti in a generous amount of water until it's almost al dente.
    Meanwhile, cook the spaghetti in a generous amount of water until it's almost al dente.
  5. Then drain and set aside. And we're ready to stir fry the pasta.
    Then drain and set aside. And we're ready to stir fry the pasta.
    Then drain and set aside. And we're ready to stir fry the pasta.
    Then drain and set aside. And we're ready to stir fry the pasta.
Stir Fry Pasta:
  1. Heat up pan with some cooking oil and shallow fry the salted fish until golden brown.
     Heat up pan with some cooking oil and shallow fry the salted fish until golden brown.
    Heat up pan with some cooking oil and shallow fry the salted fish until golden brown.
     Heat up pan with some cooking oil and shallow fry the salted fish until golden brown.
  2. Drain and set aside the salted fish. Retain the oil in pan.
    Drain and set aside the salted fish. Retain the oil in pan.
    Drain and set aside the salted fish. Retain the oil in pan.
    Drain and set aside the salted fish. Retain the oil in pan.
  3. Add in diced red onion and stir fry until soften. Then add in the sliced ginger and dry chillies. Continue to stir fry until fragrant. Lastly add in the marinated pork belly and water.
    Add in diced red onion and stir fry until soften.  Then add in the sliced ginger and dry chillies. Continue to stir fry until fragrant. Lastly add in the marinated pork belly and water.
    Add in diced red onion and stir fry until soften. Then add in the sliced ginger and dry chillies. Continue to stir fry until fragrant. Lastly add in the marinated pork belly and water.
    Add in diced red onion and stir fry until soften.  Then add in the sliced ginger and dry chillies. Continue to stir fry until fragrant. Lastly add in the marinated pork belly and water.
  4. Bring the mixture to a boil and continue to simmer for another 4 minutes. Then add in the cooked pasta directly into the pan and toss to coat well. Garnish with green basil leaves and serve immediately. So Enjoy!
    Bring the mixture to a boil and continue to simmer for another 4 minutes. Then add in the cooked pasta directly into the pan and toss to coat well. Garnish with green basil leaves and serve immediately. So Enjoy!
    Bring the mixture to a boil and continue to simmer for another 4 minutes. Then add in the cooked pasta directly into the pan and toss to coat well. Garnish with green basil leaves and serve immediately. So Enjoy!
    Bring the mixture to a boil and continue to simmer for another 4 minutes. Then add in the cooked pasta directly into the pan and toss to coat well. Garnish with green basil leaves and serve immediately. So Enjoy!
Notes

To thinly slice the pork belly, it's better to have the pork belly half frozen where the outer is harden and the centre is still soft.

Make sure the pasta is cooked to al dente as we still need to stir fry it. Otherwise, the spaghetti will end up too soft.

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