Pork Caramelized Pork Recipe (Thit Kho Recipe) by admin May 23, 2018, 10:28 am 39 Comments Asian at HomeCaramelized Porkcookingcooking showporkrecipeSeonkyoungSeonkyoung LongestvietnameseVietnamese Caramelized PorkVietnamese Cui... See more Previous article Baked Veggie Nachos Recipe Next article Fig and Banana Smoothie | Shilpa Shetty Kundra | Healthy Recipes | The Art Of Loving Food 39 Comments Leave a Reply Older videos still so good!!! Reply please Seonkyoung tell me the difference betwen rice wine and chinese cooking wine thank you Reply I'm Vietnamese. I usually do a mix of soy sauce and fish sauce–3:2 ratio. NIce work! Reply This looks good, but I can't find a written recipe anywhere. Its hard to cook without knowing the amounts – for instance how many pounds of meat? Reply im from vietnam and i usually eat it with kimchi, the kimchi work perfectly well lol Reply Looks delicious!!!!! I have got to try this. Reply OMGG U WERE FROM FOODNETWORK I LOVE U <3 Reply It gives such a great flavor to the dish! 😀 Reply Wow. I've never used coconut water when cooking before!! Reply woot~woot~ Good luck in your kitchen~ <3 Reply Loves it, will try this recipe tomorrow Reply The acidity of rice wine will help more dipper flavor for the dish and also brings everything together. 🙂 If you don't have it you can skip it, but it is definitely better with it for my taste. Reply What's the rice wine for? What of I don't have rice wine? Will ot affect the dish? Reply You're more than welcome!! Reply You are cute and adorable! Thank you for posting! Reply Thank you! I hope you enjoy my recipes!! <3 Reply OMG, that looks delicious! It will help if you type the list of ingredients. Thank you for those yummy recipes Reply you should change your video titles you will get more views Reply That looks great and you are so adorable! Thank you for sharing your recipes. Reply When are you going to upload your new video. Reply yup we love you more Reply 레시피 블로그에 올렸어요~ ^^ 확인해보세요!! Reply i cant belive that you're cooking my country's food xD I love this too <3 Reply This looks amazing! I hope to be able to make it soon! Reply omg i love your serving dishes! your presentation at the table is amazing!! 실제의 레스토랑 같네요! Reply You are so evil. >◡< You make me hungry every single time. Reply Blackboard가 너무 예쁘다고 생각했었는데, 비디오에서 보이네요.. ^_^ 노력 많이하는 동생 너무 이쁘고 새로 시작하는 플랜도 잘되길 바래요! 근데 Korean spicy 새우 recipe 블로그에서 안보이던데 부탁해요~ Reply Le Crueset!!! I saw that pan in my local Marshall's. Either you live near me or you're reading my mind. 😉 Reply One of my favorite smells in a kitchen is when you deglaze a pan with onion, garlic & wine! MMmmm..makes me hungry just thinking about it…lol Reply Awesome! Reply I love coffee patbingsu, I would share when the summertime coming! 🙂 Reply Of course you can! Reply How do you make fried kelp? Reply Yummy!! I love lime 🙂 Reply Just like mom's mmmm nom nom nom. Thịt kho ngon quá! Reply Thit kho yeaaaaaa 😀 really good 😀 do you have any patbingsu recipes for when the weather is warmer :)? Reply Can I substute pork with chicken? Reply Nice, my mouth is watering already… Reply first Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.