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Saturday, 25 July 2020

RECIPE Homemade Luncheon Meat From Auntie Lilly's Kitchen

RECIPE Homemade Luncheon Meat
From Auntie Lilly's Kitchen
Any Luncheon Meat Lovers Out There? I bet many of you are a great fan of this sinful but delicious canned food and surely luncheon meat-lovers been enjoying this simple comfort food that goes well with almost anything... be it with rice, noodles, bread and even with pizza or sushi. Read more for my latest homemade Luncheon Meat recipe on the blog now!  

Short Video On The Making Of Luncheon Meat 
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Well, today Auntie Lilly would like to share a 'Home Tested & Approved' recipe on the blog. I finally found this homemade version recipe that's far healthier without MSG, preservatives and artificial colourings at all. On top of this, you can also adjust the saltiness to your liking. 

Taste-wise is pretty close to the canned luncheon meat while texture-wise, it's more firm and may not be as smooth like those canned ones. Nevertheless, appearance-wise the meat resembles almost like the 'real one' but do not expect it to taste exactly like those processed canned luncheon meat imported from China.

I was inspired by my dear good friend of mine - Ruth Wong's cooking as she has been enjoying this gorgeous porky-licious luncheon meat while I drool over her IG posting all the time. My avid cook friend has shared this easy to prepare recipe with me, prompting me to try it too. 

Auntie Lilly believe once you tried this recipe, you may not buy those expensive 'SPAM' since you're able to make this healthy preservative and flavouring free version at home for your family! Oh yes, credits go to Miki's Food Archives for sharing her wonderful recipe Recipe Luncheon Meat with us too. 

Freshly Steamed Homemade Luncheon Meat 

This homemade version is made from fresh pork with 12 different kinds of seasonings such as Chicken Powder, 5 Spice Powder, Red Yeast Rice Powder, Soy Sauce, Tapioca Starch, Garlic, Egg White, Water, Oil, Sugar, Salt and Pepper. 

Absolutely delicious and texture-wise, it's firmer and definitely a much healthier version with zero preservatives, additives and colouring threw in. This recipe is a keeper as its the family's favourite now!

Try it out and  I'm sure you will enjoy the sinful comfort food without guilt now!

Ingredients
✔️ 500 grams Minced Pork 
✔️ 2 Tbsp Tapioca/Potato Flour
✔️ 1 Tbsp Soya Sauce 
✔️ 2 Teaspoons Chicken Powder   
✔️ 1/2 Teaspoon Salt  
✔️ 1 Tbsp Minced Garlic
✔️ 1 Tbsp Oil
✔️ 1 Tbsp Sugar
✔️ 2 Tbsp Water
✔️ 2 Teaspoons Ground Rice Yeast Rice
 ✔️ A Dash Of 5-Spice Powder 
 ✔️ 1 Egg White
✔️  White Pepper To Taste

Fresh Pork
More Lean Than Fat

 
500 grams Minced Pork 

Tapioca/Potato Flour

Premium Soya Sauce 

Chicken Powder 

Salt 

Minced Garlic

Oil

Brown Sugar

 Water

Ground Rice Yeast Rice

5-Spice Powder 

Egg White

Directions:
To Prep
  • Minced the pork with an electric grinder or food processor till fine like a paste. 
  • Put all seasoning into a bowl & mix well.
  • Add-in minced pork & combine well with the mixture.
  • Stir the minced pork consistently with chopsticks in one direction till it becomes a smooth sticky mass. 
  • The gluier it is, the more spongy your luncheon meat will be.     

Minced the pork with an electric grinder or food processor till fine like a paste

Finely Minced Pork 

 
Put all seasoning into a bowl & mix well

Add-in minced pork & combine well with the mixture

Stir the minced pork consistently with chopsticks in one direction till it becomes a smooth sticky mass 

The gluey it is, the more spongy your luncheon meat will be 

To Cook
  • Grease a container with oil
  • Spoon in a few tablespoons of minced meat at a time while pressing it as tight as possible.
  • Continue this process each time levelling the surface to remove air bubbles trapped inside.
  • Make sure the meat is as compact as possible before cooking.
  • Use aluminium foil to cover the container as tight as possible.
  • If possible, place a plate with something heavy on top of the container to compact the meat while steaming.
  • Steam under medium heat for 30 - 35 minutes till cooked.
  • Slice when it has completely cooled down.  

Spoon in a few tablespoons of minced meat at a time while pressing it as tight as possible

 
Make sure the meat is as compact as possible before cooking

 Ready For Steaming

Use aluminium foil to cover the container as tight as possible

  Steam under medium heat for 30 - 35 minutes till cooked

Let's Check Out The Freshly Steamed Homemade Luncheon Meat

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