Pork and Beef jerky Bakkwa recipes
Richard Tung Yee Hoong
Bak Kwa (Chinese Barbecued Pork Jerky)
Bak Kwa (Chinese Barbecued Pork Jerky): We like our Bak Kwa to be very tender with a nice substantial bite. To get that extra glossy finishing, simply brush on an extra coat of maltose during the last 1-2 minutes of grilling at hot heat. via @burningkitchen
Thai beef jerky. Brown sugar, soy sauce, thai red peppers (optional) and garlic. Mix. Marinade strips of beef. Broil till done. (not too dry, thai beef jerky is not like ours and isn't meant to be kept for ages in case of an apocalypse. Super good with sticky rice. (sweet rice) I make mine with turkey meat b/c I do not eat red meat or pork and it tastes just as good! Very easy!