Prosperity Lucky Rolls

Thursday, 20 July 2017





Festive recipe sharing!

I have been invited by Philips Malaysia to cook this Prosperity Lucky Rolls with the Philips Airfryer or Philips Airfryer with TurboStar Technology. The recipe is adapted from Chef Amy Beh with some modification.  The original recipe does not include five-spice powder.  Adding it made it more like Penang Lor Bak (Five-spice Pork Rolls).

Chinese New Year eve is just few days away.  This is a delicious and easy recipe to make for a home cooked reunion dinner.  It is a healthier version without any deep frying and the result from using the Philips Airfryer with new TurboStar technology is crispy skinned lor bak with a succulent filling. 

I hope these Prosperity Lucky Rolls will bring you lots of luck and prosperity.  GONG XI FA CHAI!

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RECIPE

Yields:  7 Rolls

INGREDIENTS:

Main
250 g  Pork meat with a little fat, cut into thin long strips
3 pc Water chestnuts, chopped
1 clove  Garlic, finely chopped
30g Onion, chopped  (I used 1 medium size yellow onion)
1 pc Fu Pei (Dried bean curd sheet skin), cut into 6 x 8 inches rectangle
1 tbsp Organic extra virgin olive oil (for rubbing the rolled up meat roll)

Marinade
1 tsp  Salt  (I used 1/2 tsp)
½ tsp Pepper
1/2 tsp + 1/4 tsp  Five-spice powder
1/2 tsp organic brown sugar
1 tbsp Light soy sauce
1 tsp Sesame oil
1-2 tbsp Potato or corn starch flour
1 Small egg

METHOD:

1.  Season pork strips with combined marinade. Stir to mix well. Leave the marinated meat in the refrigerator preferably overnight for the flavour to develop.

2.  Put some filling onto a piece of bean curd sheet skin and roll up neatly. Seal the sides and end.

3.  Rub each prepared meat roll evenly with Organic extra virgin olive oil

4.  Arrange the meat rolls on the Philips Airfryer or Philips Airfryer TurboStar wire basket and fry at 160°C for 15 minutes or until meat rolls are done.

Note:  The roll will only stay crispy while warm.

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