Today I will stop writing on my Sabah Trip. I will write on something else. What is so important until I want to stop my Sabah Trip? Hehehe, I think most of you know by seeing the title of this post.
Previously, I said that all the food post will go to my food blog. Ya ya, I know and I still remember that. But today, I am going to have an exception over here. Who cares? As long as I want to post it. Both also my blog, I have the decision on where to post. Wakakakaka. A bit "chuin", right? I am just joking la ^.^ OK, back to the topic.
I saw so many posts related to 4321. First, I saw it in Sock Peng's blog. Sock Peng refer to Ohbin's blog. Ohbin is the one who started on this 4321 thingy. Last few days, I found out my friend Jiin Ling also tried that. Later, when browse through Sharon's blog, I read the same post as well. Hmmmmm, is it really so good until so many people want to try it? I have no idea. Since so many said it is good, I also want to try it myself.
Maybe some of you are still blur on what is the thing I am talking about. Let me tell you now.........It is the Pork Rib 4321!! I cooked it myself, of course, with the help from my mum. Hehe.
The ingredients include:
1 1/2 pork rib (according to Ohbin)
4 teaspoon of soya sauce
3 teaspoon of sugar
2 teaspoon of rice vinegar
1 teaspoon of gourmet cooking shao hsing hua tiao chiew
This is how the name 4321 comes from.
I asked my mum to buy the pork rib for me. I don't have the rice vinegar and gourmet cooking shao hsing hua tiao chiew. So I went Tesco to get it this morning.
First, my mum helped me to boil the water and pour it over the pork rib, in order to take out the so call "blood water" (Need to use your hand to squeeze the pork rib). We always do that, if not, sometimes the pork will have smell.
Put all the pork rib into the pan and cook it. It needs time for the pork rib to be cooked. Please be patient.
I tested and it was a bit salty. I think I need to have less soya sauce next time. You can adjust the quantity of the sauce based on your personal reference. I don't like it to be too sweet so I just add in 2 1/2 teaspoon of sugar instead of 3. If you don't eat pork, you can try it with chicken. It will be the same.
Overall, they are yummy! Of course they are yummy for sure...... I'm the one who cook it wor....... Wakakaka :)
Go and try it. It is pretty simple. If I can do it, you can do it too!!
P/S Akira, no need to wait for your wife to learn it! I saw your comment from someone blog (I forgot who). You can cook it yourself!!! :)