Slow-Braised Pork Belly with Soy, Ginger ad Garlic

This perky dish is absolutely delicious with Den Pinotage, especially if the wine is chilled for half an hour before serving. Braised belly pork given this treatment ends up as a wondrously tender piece of meat. The recipe has evolved from both European and Asian influences. Most of the time it ends up slightly different from the time before, but that’s the fascination of cooking. The right thing to serve with this would be some briefly fried spinach or, if you happen to live near an oriental supermarket, some bok choi and egg noodles. PaintedWolfWines

Pairs With: Painted Wolf Guillermo Pinotage Swartland 750ml

Painted Wolf Guillermo Pinotage Swartland 750ml

Slow-Braised Pork Belly with Soy, Ginger ad Garlic

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19.79

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Pairs With: Slow-Braised Pork Belly with Soy, Ginger ad Garlic

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