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Recipe | Crispy Pork with Bamboo Shoot Juice

Another easy recipe for the R&L readers from our in-house chef/recipe contributor : Mr Vilme. It’s a pork dish, which he made last evening for a bunch of his friends coming over for dinner.

Vilme made this dish using very simple ingredients – which was a mix of Naga and oriental spices and sauces, and the result was delicious! Check out the full recipe below:


Crispy Pork Slices with Bamboo shoot juice


  1. 400 gms of fresh Pork (with good amount of fat)
  2. 1 large Onion
  3. 7 gloves of Garlic
  4. 1 medium Ginger
  5. 3 green chillies – cut into vertical slits
  6. 2 tbsp of Soya Sauce
  7. 2 tbsp of Bamboo shoot juice
  8. 500 ml of water
  9. 3-4 tablespoons of oil
  10. Salt to taste


A. Cooking the Pork

  • Cut the pork into big 3-4 chunks; put the pork pieces into a deep vessel – along with water, bamboo shoot juice and salt to taste
  • Cover and cook till the pork pieces are tender – but not fully cooked
  • Open the lid and let it cool

B. Preparing the Crispy Pork Slices

  • Cut the pork into thin slices (1 1/2 inches width)
  • In a pan, heat the oil and then sauté the onions, garlic and ginger (in a paste). Keep stirring till they are golden brown
  • Add the pork slices, and then throw in the chilly slices along with the soy sauce. Fry lightly till the pork slices turn brown and crispy

Serve with Rice or serve as a starter with black tea/rice beer.


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