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Hawaiian Fried Pork [moved from L.A. board]

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WORX4FUDE Apr 15, 2008 04:14 PM

Okay, so you can find it in other places, but here am with a large slab of uncut "fried pork."

How do I cook this thing? It looks to be already deep fried, or pan fried, on the side that is visible through the packaging. Other than that, I dunno...

I was thinking of baking it for a while then finishing it with a pan fry or a broil. (???)

HELP! =)

  1. mochi mochi Apr 15, 2008 05:35 PM

    Sounds like tonkatsu. Panko crusted pork and then deep fried? I would just slip it into the toaster over and heat it up. Slice it and serve over shredded cabbage and Bulldog tonkatsu sauce.

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      WORX4FUDE Apr 15, 2008 06:02 PM

      Nah.... this isn't tonkatsu. There's no breading. No panko.

      Just slab style bacon (pork) that has been crisped. Common in Hawaii and Singapore.

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