How to make sweet pork with eggs

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Hayleigh Vuong
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Dang u got skillz cooking with one hand DANNNNGGGGG

Rahul Biswas
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nice

burningknuckle26
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this lao food

pawan kumar
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aa chiii……

Du Sar
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wow

the watcher
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I made this recipe with chopped ribs and it kicks butt everytime. Thank you so much for your videos hmong!

Ian Tamondong
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Hey, that's called Humba in the Philippines, which was derived from the Chinese Hong Ba.

Joel Maglaque
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they know cooking by them self but only by them self, example where they the egg get brown? they not tell in the video?

Esther Pater
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How many grammes is 4 cups pork belly???

Nguyen Hang
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That color is super on point! Thanks!!

enrique macorol
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looks good!?

lillean vang
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I followed every steps. Some reason mine didn't turn brown like your and I felt like it have too much soy sauce. what brand did you use?

Arman Jazman
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Is the fire too high . Very smoky . Usually, will start from de medium fire to adjust .

AVang
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I came here to look for how to make Hmong sweet pork and I see all these F*** comments, be nice people it seems every country has this dish so what, make your own video and stop pointing fingers. Thanks for the video!!

Leon & Wesley Adventures
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Leon & Wesley Adventures

Can I just use regular sugar? Will it make a difference

Jennifer Thao
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Does it have to be brown sugar or can you use regular? I know it's a dumb question but I'm curious since I don't have brown sugar lol

Sylvia Natan
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try this one tomorrow but can I use other part of pork instead of belly?

rachana kem
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i wish you would use the wooden spoon or ladle, its irritating when watching this video.

Lexxa 18
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Can I marinate it first overnight?

wanh209
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I made this dish and it actually came out pretty good. Right amount of sweetness. And I skipped marinating the eggs because normally I just always cook it with the pork.

Ricky Tan
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I can't stand to see and hear metal rubbing metal in any form of cooking. Total failure.

jungleme77
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Damnnnn im so hungry now

Weston Thao
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This and Adobo are completely different. Obviously it's cooked similar & looks similar, but if you've ever eaten both, they do not taste the same. People & their unnecessary comments. On a positive note, good job on your version of this dish. Can't wait to try it out. Only remembered my mom cooking it when I was young.

Pheesao Davis
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I was taught to use Sweet Soy Sauce with the brown sugar. That allows you to put the eggs in with the pork without them putting in the boiling soy sauce. In about 5-10 minutes, the eggs are nicely browned. Having had both kinds, with & without the sweet soy, I find that the sweet soy it gives it a richer flavor. But, that's just my opinion. I prefer the deeper, richer, thicker sauce. It's one of my husband's favorite dishes. I was also taught that any meat works. But, for company – always use the pork. Guests deserve our… Read more »
Richard Lefebure
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try keep the camera away from the steem stupidly filmed

victoire bonheur
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Asians originated from china and no surprise that we have similar recipes even in different regions(migrated, obviously), why go crazy over where does this dish originated from?

Leo Nidas
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Yuuuummmmy

shouaha khang
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I came here to get a reminder of how to make Nqaib qab zib (sweet pork) but damn! the comments though. yall bitch ass people need to chill the fuck down on where this dish is originated from. We hmong people and other asians or race have our own way of making it. so shut up about where it came from or how its correctly made.. there isnt ONE way to make it . there is a bunch of different ways! get a grip and enjoy the the different ways of cooking food. I swear yall people who is afraid… Read more »
Narciso Vercide
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You add some dried banana flowers it's taste really good.

SπdR
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Wait, you can make PORK WITH EGGS??? WAT???

Black Bean Noodles
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what if i don't have star anise? is it ok?

Ella Banana
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Thanks for sharing your recipe. I cook this pork recipe almost similarly but I add black beans and vinegar, to neutralize the flavor of fats. Sometimes, I add sliced pineapple, instead of black beans, for a variation.

Rharesh Shan
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my religion forbid from eating pork and beef is there any alternative to the recipe ma'am. thanks for sharing a great and delicious recipe.

Domanee yang
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Can people just mind their business? No one ask you for your opinion of how one should name their food. It's basically FOOD!! if u don't like the name don't watch it or make it because ur basically C-O-P-Y-I-N-G other ethnicities recipe like all those who kept on saying its not a Hmong dish, well f*** off those who keep on telling other people "oh, it's not blah blah dish so u shouldn't say so blah blah" like whatever, if that person want to say that then let that person do it bc it's a F***ing dish! It's not like… Read more »
Domanee yang
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Btw this dish look good and yummy so why are y'all all fussed up about the freaking name?

dalton Carr
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wonderful video,very nicely done and easy to comprehend thank you

Jenny Sengthavongsouk
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Jenny Sengthavongsouk

🙂

Linda Buth
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thank you! ♡

Bond Bond
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i love it it is so tasty when i did it YUMMY

moka 420
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dam your soup burnt girl!

aira de castro
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after d show ur sharing recipe i want to cook like that.but i don't like star anise

Bee Vang
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looks Yumm…… but which brand of soy sauce are u using?