Tangsuyuk Korean Sweet and Sour Pork. Crispy fried pork deliciously smothered in a tangy sweet sauce accompanied with red bell peppers and onion. A delicious main dish ready in 30 minutes! This is better than takeout!
In a large mixing bowl, mix your batter ingredients until well combined.
Pat your pork loins dry with paper towel. Slice your pork into bite size pieces and add pieces to batter. Mix until each piece is coated in batter. Note: it may be hard to mix as potato cornstarch naturally solidifies when left undisturbed. This is normal. However, when you mix it enough the batter will become loose again.
In another bowl, mix your Tangsuyuk sauce until well combined. Set aside.
Then in a large wok or deep pan set over medium heat add cooking oil. Place a chopstick in the oil and when you see bubbles form, you are ready to fry your pork. Carefully add in each piece of battered pork. Fry for 5-6 minutes flipping it over until golden brown. Remove and transfer to a plate.
Then deep fry again for another 2-3 minutes until extra crispy and brown. Remove and transfer to a paper towel lined plate.
Remove the oil and leave 1 teaspoon in the pan. Over medium heat fry your bell peppers and onions until they have softened, about 2-3 minutes. Pour in your sauce and let this reduce until it has thickened. Then pour the sauce into a serving bowl.
Serve crispy pork and sauce separately and dip as needed. Or alternatively pour sauce over pork when ready to serve. Enjoy!
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Suggested Equipment & Products
Deep baking pan 9 x 13 inches
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