|Pork tenderloin||Appropriate amount|
|White sesame seeds||Appropriate amount|
|Fish sauce||Appropriate amount|
|Soy sauce||Appropriate amount|
|Old soy sauce||Appropriate amount|
|Cooking wine||Appropriate amount|
|Tea sauce||Appropriate amount|
|Cayenne pepper||Appropriate amount|
|time consuming||Twenty minutes|
Remove the white fascia of the tenderloin and cut it into small pieces.
Put the meat in the machine and mash it.
Mix the meat paste with salt, sugar and chili powder.
Then add sandtea sauce, cooking wine, raw soy sauce, old soy sauce and fish sauce.
Stirring hard, you can also use the hand to wrestle tough.
Spread tin paper on the baking tray, brush a thin layer of oil, put the minced meat on the baking tray, cover it with fresh-keeping film, and roll it with a rolling pin to form a thin and even piece.
Remove the film; 2 tablespoons of honey and 1 tablespoon of water. Brush on the slices.
Then sprinkle with white sesame.
After preheating the oven, place the tray in the middle and bake at 175 degrees for 20 minutes.
Then take out the sliced meat and turn it upside down, brush the other side with honey water, sprinkle with sesame, turn the oven down to 165 degrees and bake for 10 minutes.
It’s a little soft when it’s just taken out. When it’s cut open, the water will dry out.~