Ginger Pork

A dish that is normally served during confinement. Confinement is the period of time, usually a month, after birth.


250gm (about 8.8oz)     pork fillet

5cm (2″)                           ginger

2 tablespoon                   black rice wine vinegar (balsamic vinegar works well

1 tablespoon                   light soy sauce

2 tablespoon                   sesame oil

2 tablespoon                   cooking wine (optional)


  • Slice pork fillet as thinly as you are able to. Place in a bowl to be marinated.
  • Skin ginger. Slice thinly and cut into smaller strips. Place in a separate bowl.
  • Add vinegar, soy sauce & cooking wine, if using, to the bowl of pork. Mix well and leave to marinate for at least 15 minutes.
  • Heat oil in wok, frying pan or saucepan or whatever cooking vessel you have available.
  • Add ginger slices. Stir fry till you can smell the ginger.
  • Add in the marinated pork. Stir fry until pork is no longer pink.
  • Dish up and eat with plain white rice.

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