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Braised Pork and Egg by Victor Hong


Sauce: soy sauce, water, brown sugar, vinegar, garlic, pepper, green onions, 5 spice powder

Pork ribs (Cut into bite-sized pieces)

Peeled and boiled eggs


Make the sauce by combining all the ingredients

Add bite-size pieces of pork ribs, stew until tender, around 2 hours.

Add peeled, boiled eggs. Adjust seasoning, it should be savory and sweet.

Serve with rice, bread or noodles. It's super versatile!

For a more Southeast Asia flavor, substitute coconut milk for the water. Use fish sauce instead of soy sauce and omit the 5 spice powder

#food #recipe #vietnameserecipe

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