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If you're concerned about safety, then 135 degrees is definitely not "safe". The FDA recommends pork be cooked to 145 degrees farenheit, and due to the law of thermodynamics your pork will never reach that temperature. You'd need to make sure that your broiling would finish cooking your pork to a safe temperature. Of course, the FDA guidelines always err on ...
I too have been looking for the recipe for string beans from din tai fung and although I haven't found the exact recipe, I figured more than half the battle was getting the right texture for the beans. Alas, I came across this blog which most closely resembles what we're looking for: ...
Canned lychee works really well, it is sweet, slightly floral and has a distinct texture that stays relatively firm during cooking. There is a KAPOW (technical term for zowee) factor to the pineapple that really can't be duplicated. Canned mandarin slice work well too, but they don't stand up to heat very well, need to be added at the very end. The ...
This is the sauce I use as an adaptation from years of research: 1 T. minced fresh ginger 1 T. minced fresh garlic 2 T. hoisin sauce* soy,chili,garlic,vinegar BBQ like sauce* 2 T. soy sauce 1 T. sesame oil 1 scallion minced 1/2 ts. vinegar 1/2 tsp. sugar Mix well, paint on pancake with scallion brush and add cucumber strip.
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