It is said that this is a favorite dish of Chairman Mao. Chairman Mao believes that braised meat can replenish energy, restore physical strength and make people energetic. According to historical records, Chairman Mao said to guard Li Yinqiao when commanding the three major campaigns: “as long as you give me a braised meat every three days, I will have the energy to defeat the enemy.” It can be seen that the chairman loves braised meat.


750g streaky pork
1 small piece of ginger
Half a bowl of red wine
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
3 shallots
5 cloves garlic
200g cabbage
50g rock sugar


Step 1
Wash large pieces of streaky pork and bring to a boil in a cold water pot. Cook for about 10 minutes. Remove the blood foam until half cooked

Step 2
Remove large pieces of meat, wash and cut into two strips

Step 3
Then change the strip of meat into four squares

Step 4
Put oil and rock sugar in the wok and stir while heating

Step 5
Burn to sugar, melt and float.

Step 6
Pour in red wine, stir well and turn off the heat

Step 7
Take out the sugar juice and set aside

Step 8
Put 2 bowls of water into the pot and bring to a boil

Step 9
Then put in the meat and pour in the sugar juice

Step 10
Tie the shallots, peel the garlic, cut off both ends, and slice the ginger

Step 11
Put onion, ginger and garlic in the pot and bring to a boil

Step 12
Then pour all the ingredients into the casserole and simmer over low heat for 2 hours

Step 13
After 2 hours, pour out the soup from the casserole

Step 14
Then clip out the meat and pick up the onions, ginger and garlic

Step 15
Put the braised meat in the juice and turn off the fire

Step 16
Only take the stem of green vegetables

Step 17
Boil the water in the pot, add an appropriate amount of oil and salt, blanch the cabbage until cooked and remove

Step 18
Finally, place the braised pork skin upward and surround it with vegetables