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Pata Tim Recipe

  • Cooking Time

    mins
  • Difficulty

  • Prep time

    mins
  • Serves

    people

Nutritional information

 

Amount per serving

Protein (g)

7.9g

Energy (kJ)

492kJ

Energy (kcal)

118kcal

Carbohydrate incl. fibre (g)

22.8g

Carbohydrate excl. fibre (g)

22.2g

Sugar (g)

19.5g

Fibre (g)

0.6g

Fat (g)

0.1g

Saturated fat (g)

0.0g

Unsaturated fat (g)

0.0g

Monounsaturated fat (g)

0.0g

Polyunsaturated fat (g)

0.0g

Trans fat (g)

0.0g

Cholesterol (mg)

0mg

Sodium (mg)

4195mg

Salt (g)

10.48g

Vitamin A (IU)

0IU

Vitamin C (mg)

0.0mg

Calcium (mg)

31mg

Iron (mg)

1.92mg

Potassium (mg)

184mg

Total

31.7g

1968kJ

470kcal

91.4g

89.0g

77.9g

2.4g

0.4g

0.0g

0.1g

0.0g

0.1g

0.0g

0mg

16779mg

41.94g

0IU

0.0mg

122mg

7.67mg

736mg

  • 1 kg. pork pata, ask your butcher to slice it into serving pieces
  • 1 cup light soy sauce
  • 2 cups water
  • 3 pcs. star anise
  • ¼ - 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 bunch pechay, trimmed
  • Knorr Liquid Seasoning, to taste
  • 1 This is another no fuss dish you should keep on cooking at home. Just combine all the ingredients together in a pot, except for the pechay, and bring these to a boil. Once boiling, turn the heat to low and simmer until the pata is very tender (fork tender) and the sauce is syrupy. No need to panic, if water reduces too much, just pour more and it’s all good.
  • 2 Now, add the pechay and simmer again for about a minute. Finally, with a sprinkle of Knorr Liquid Seasoning, your Pata Tim is done!
  • 3 When you serve this dish to your family, they will have a hard time moving on. It’s just that delicious!