Portly Cooks | Soy Braised Pork Belly

Something for the weekend with this one because it is a bit off a faff. 300g Pork Belly 2 tbsp Dark Soy Sauce 2 tbsp Light Soy Sauce 2 tbsp Shaoxing Rice Wine 2 tbsp Honey 2 tsp Smoked Garlic 1 tsp Ground Ginger 2 Star Anise 1 Chicken Oxo Water Cut the pork into…

Portly Cooks | Kakuni

Here’s some slow food for you. It’s really worth it trust me! 4 Pork Belly Slices 50ml Sake 50ml Soy Sauce 50ml Mirin 1 tbsp Honey This is a super easy one.  Lay the pork in your slow cooker. Mix together the other ingredients and pour those over the pork.  Add water to the slow…

Portly Cooks | Teriyaki Udon

Keeping it simple is what it’s all about, my version of teriyaki udon is a store cupboard win!  If you cheat with it like I did it takes minutes too! 1 Pack Straight to Wok Udon 50ml Soy Sauce 20ml Rice Wine Vinegar 1 tbsp Honey ½ Garlic Powder Mix all of the ingredients except…

Portly Cooks | Hong Shao Rou… again

I’ve talked about this dish n here a lot before but… this is the new and improved version, basically its got a couple ingredients. For the rice click here. 2x Pork Loin Steaks 75ml Shaoxing Rice Wine 30ml Soy 1 tsp Brown Sugar ½ tsp Ground Ginger ½ tsp Garlic Powder 100ml Water Start by…

Portly Cooks | Teriyaki Chicken Udon

Udon noodles have to be my favourite kind of noodle, and mixed with some Sriracha Teriyaki Chicken, for me at least it’s heaven in a bowl. 1 Packet Amoy Straight to Wok Noodles 1 Chicken Breast 50ml Kikkoman Soy Sauce 20g Honey 20g Sriracha 1 clove Garlic (crushed) Handful of fresh Rocket In a bowl…

Portly Cooks | Buffalo Chicken and Bacon Spaghetti

Some would call this dish a mess, some would ask what the hell are you doing? And some will actually like it. This is Fusion to make the gods weep.  It’s got elements of some of my favourite foods all in one slightly overcrowded bowl. 1x small chicken breast 1 rasher back bacon 20ml buffalo…

Prawn Red Curry with Cauliflower ‘Rice’

Coconut milk, when I have a tin in the cupboard there is only one way I’m going to use it and that is in a red curry. This time I decided to make a prawn red curry but as you will no doubt know, it works pretty well with everything. This again is a cheat’s…