Tender, seasoned, and fried to perfection. A flavorful and satisfying dish with a delightful crunch.
A tender and succulent piece of pork, expertly seasoned and coated with breadcrumbs or batter, then fried or baked to create a delectably crispy exterior. The result is a flavorful and satisfying dish that combines the juicy goodness of pork with a delightful crunch.
Spread out bread crumb on a plate.
Lay flat pork loin on top of the bread crumb.
Pat it down to ensure the crumb evenly cover the surface.
Pour enough olive oil on a pan (about 2cm) for the loin to be partially submerged later.
Heat on medium-high heat until it starts to boil.
Add a sprinkle of bread crumbs.
If it makes a popping sound, it's ready (if not, boil a bit more).
Add 1pc of pork loin to the pan.
Boil on medium heat for 1 minute.
Watch this video as a guide.
Flip the pork loin in the pan.
Add the 2nd pork loin to the pan.
Boil for 4~5 minutes while flipping them every minute (until it exhibits a yellowish color).
Lay paper towels on a plate.
Take out the 1st pork loin and pat it down on the plate.
Take out the 2nd pork loin one minute later.
Pat it down.
Set up salad on a plate.
Pour 1/4 of the sauce on top of the salad.
Pour sesame seed on the rest of the sauce.
Use it as dipping sauce.