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KOO LO YUK (Sweet Sour Pork), Chinese
Here's a good recipe if you have to feed an army!
Cut pork into small pieces to the size of marshmallows. Combine eggs, flour, salt and pepper to make a smooth batter. Heat the peanut oil in a frying pan. Fry the pork in hot oil until medium brown. Keep the pork in warm oven.
Pour 1 tbsp. of fat in the frying pan. Put the chicken broth and the bell pepper and pineapple chunks into the boiling fat, Cover and cook over medium heat for 15 minutes. When done, add pork to the mixture and cook until it has boiled or thickened (stir constantly during cooking). (Serves 20)
Contributed by Mr. Tsung-Butt Fong, 1950
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