Cooking Baby Cabbage and Pork

Looks appetizing, doesn't it?

Cooking Baby Cabbage and Pork

I tried cooking baby cabbage and pork like this photo here. I made a few adjustments though, since we don't really care much more pork fats (no matter how delicious they are!). If you'd like to see my baby cabbage and pork recipe, read on.

Cooking baby cabbage and pork is a simple home cooking recipe. It requires just a few ingredients. In fact, you can derive them all from that photo above. Still, let me try to make my own rendition of this Chinese-Thai inspired dish.

Cooking Baby Cabbage and Pork

Ingredients in cooking baby cabbage and pork:
- cooking oil
- baby cabbage, cut in 2 or in 4 from top to bottom

Cooking Baby Cabbage and Pork

- pork loin or pork butt, cut in desirable size (If you want a more tasty dish, pork belly would be your best choice of cuts)
Cooking Baby Cabbage and Pork

- garlic, crushed
- chili (only if you prefer a hot dish)
Cooking Baby Cabbage and Pork

- oyster sauce
- fish sauce
- salt and pepper, to taste
- hot water

Let's start cooking baby cabbage and pork.
1. Put oil in a very hot pan.
2. Fry the pork with the chili and garlic until both sides are golden. (You may need to use a separate pan when you start cooking baby cabbage and pork to avoid the carcinogens in a burnt pan.)

Cooking Baby Cabbage and Pork

3. Set aside the fried pork when cooked.
4. Saute' the rest of the garlic is a hot pan.
5. Add in the baby cabbage. Stir-fry well.
6. Put in the fried pork with the cabbage.
7. Add a bit of hot water.
8. Season with oyster sauce, fish sauce and pepper.
9. Add more chili, as per your tasting preferences.
10. Best served hot with rice.
Cooking Baby Cabbage and Pork

I hope you enjoyed cooking baby cabbage and pork with me. You may also enjoy cooking garlic pork with coriander, another Thai-inspired dish.

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About the Author: Beingwell loves simple home cooking recipes. She enjoys sharing her quick easy meals, including Filipino cooking recipes in this blog. 
Enjoy cooking like a pro!


  1. Yung nanay ko pag nagsahog ng baboy ang gusto nya yung mataba! hay naku parng di high blood. hehehe! Mukhang ang sarap namn nyan!

  2. i love cabbage. and, this looks very yummy. I think even so without the fat on the pork!:)

  3. Yummy! Cabbage is one of my favorite vegetables! I like the way you cooked it -- the cabbage looked so fresh and just cooked the right way. Thumbs up! :)

  4. Wow! This looks so tempting friend! Love the photos,well presented! Thanks for the recipe!


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