Crispy Roast Pork and Asian Fried Rice Stuffed in Grilled Capsicum


Hands up if you love Crispy Roast Pork! :)

I absolutely LOVE Crispy Roast Pork, cannot get enough of crackling. So tonight I've decided to treat ourselves to some deliciously crispy skinned roast pork with the meat still absolutely tender. It was divine, and I served it with a simple vegetarian Asian Fried Rice stuffed in an open grilled capsicum.

Ingredients:
500g Roast Pork Leg / Belly, skin on, meat only approx. 1 inch thick
1 green capsicum, cut in half, seeds removed
1 cup of rice, cooked
1 cup of sweet corn kernels
1 carrot, diced
2 large cup mushrooms, sliced thinly and halved
Light soy sauce
Salt and pepper
Extra virgin olive oil
Chopped spring onions for garnish
Fried onions for garnish
Fresh coriander leaves for garnish


Method:
Generously season pork with salt and pepper. Rub with olive oil and place it on an ovenproof dish, skin facing upwards, cook in a preheated oven at 200C for approx. 35 mins.

Meanwhile, heat some olive oil in a hot wok. Stirfry carrots, corn and mushrooms for a few minutes. Add cooked rice and season with light soy sauce and pepper.

Stuff cooked fried rice into half capsicum and grill in the oven for approx. 7-8 mins on high.

Serve grilled capsicum with stuffed fried rice with crispy roast pork. Garnish with spring onions, fried onions and fresh coriander leaves. Serve hot.


28 comments:

  1. Oh my.. look at that crackling!! Heart attack!

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  2. Good god that looks amazing! My hands are up I swear. Feet too. Throwing some gloves up in the air as well!

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  3. A picture truly is worth a thousand words. The crispy roast pork should be in a frame on my wall. Delicious! Dinner sometime soon? Haha!

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  4. Nothing beats delicious crunchy crackling! yum. :)
    Have a great one.

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  5. Sounds delicious! I can't wait to try both the pork and the stuffed pepper!

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  6. nice crackling...im actually roasting pork tonight for dinner as well

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  7. love crunchy crackling. We make something similar to this in Denmark.Nice pictures.

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  8. Love the colorful pile of veggies. Nice balance to that sinful looking meat. I'm writing this at 7:00 a.m. and I could happily have that for breakfast!

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  9. Lovely recipes! I bet that delicious looking fatty pork was perfectly balanced with your grilled capsicum. Beautiful!

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  10. I will try this since it looks and sounds incredible! What a beautiful presentation :-) Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Me! Me! I love crispy roast pork (both hands are up). *grin* I just added you on Foodbuzz. :-D I really enjoy your blog and all the recipes look so delicious. Will be back for more!

    P.S. Read you Sarawak laksa post...I'm also from Kuching! My mum brought the exact same laksa paste with her when she came for a visit last year. :-)

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  12. Wow, this looks really delicious. Great photos!

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  13. Kimba, one more question. Is capsicum a term commonly used in Australia? Here in the States these peppers are called "bell peppers". I have never heard this other name before.

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  14. Lovely dish...the colors just pop :)
    Great site you have here!

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  15. Tasty looking dish with such vibrant colours.

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  16. Beautiful photography! This sounds and looks delicious!

    Great blog!

    Mary xo
    Delightful Bitefuls

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  17. This red pepper looks delicious! All your pictures are amazing. Thanks for sharing these inspiring dishes.

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  18. I just adore all the colors in your beautiful creations! So glad to connect with you through FB. :)

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  19. That crispy pork looks incredible! Yummm.

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  20. Yummm Kimba, you got me at crispy pork... you really know how to make an Asian girl's ears prick up! :)

    Very nice and easy... thanks for sharing.. :)

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  21. Im gonna fly all the way to Melbourne again and make you cook for me!!

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  22. Eh Cheryl, I thought you complain dun wanna eat home cooked food when holiday overseas :p

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  23. Thank you so much all for your very kind comments - I hope I've successfully visited all your blogs? Let me know if I've missed anybody! Muakkksss xoxo

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  24. This pork looks so delicious! I, too, love the crispy pork crackling! Can't wait to try this one out!

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  25. That looks so delicious!! I want some!

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  26. Kimba:
    Very nice presentation. Those pork looks really cripsy indeed.

    "Siew Yuk" always my family fave especially my boy. I've to make that nearly every week :-)

    I have similar cripsy pork belly recipe too check in out.

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  27. Kimba that looks amazing!!! Now when can I get a little sample?;)

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