Kailan (also known as Gai Lan / Kai Lan / Chinese Broccolli / Chinese Kale) is one of my favourite types of vegetables. The kailan we used in this recipe is baby kailan, which is slightly different from the usual ones. I personally prefer baby kailan more than the classic ones because I like the texture better. Instead of the usual stir fry, (which by the way, you can use it to fry any types of vegetables), Roland added some air-fried crispy pork belly to give this recipe more variety.
See the ingredient list below for your easy reference.
Hope you can recreate this yummy dish in the comfort of your home. Thanks for dropping by our channel.
Please subscribe to stay tuned to our home cooking videos.
Follow us on:
Chat with us! email@example.com
Thanks for watching! See you soon.
on behalf of Spice N’ Pans
Serves 4 pax
1L of water
1 cinnamon stick
2 star anise
3 bay leaves
2 tablespoon of salt
2 tablespoon of dark soy sauce
1 stalk of spring onion
300g of pork belly (cut in 1cm thick)
Air fry pork belly at 150C for 5 mins then turn the temperature up to 200C and air fry for 7 or 10 mins – depending on the thickness of your pork. Flip the pork to the other side on the half-way mark of the 7 or 10 mins.
(use this part of the recipe to fry any vegetables in Chinese style)
5 thinly sliced young ginger
5 cloves of chopped garlic
2 tablespoon of oyster sauce
1 tablespoon of fish sauce
1/2 teaspoon of sugar
300g of baby kailan or your favourite vegetables
1 tablespoon of Chinese cooking wine (Shaoxing Huatiao wine)
If you like this recipe, you might like these too:
Restaurant style Chinese Spinach Tofu w/ Mushrooms 菠菜豆腐
Chinese Steamed Chicken & Mushrooms in Oyster Sauce
Braised Pig’s Stomach w/ Mushrooms & Sea Cucumber
Spice N’ Pans is not related to these products and cannot guarantee the quality of the products in the links provided. Links are provided here for your convenience. We can only stand by the brands of the products we used in the video and we highly recommend you to buy them. Even then, preference can be subjective. Please buy at your own risk. Some of the links provided here may be affiliated. These links are important as they help to fund this channel so that we can continue to give you more recipes. Cheers!
Video Rating: / 5