Roti Babi My Style

November 25, 2020 – 9:05 am 2 Comments

Few weeks back, a friend give me a sandwich maker. So I decided to try it out by doing Roti Babi (Pork Sandwich). I taste a few types of Roti Babi, so I just decide to infuse something I like. Back by popular demand to post up the recipe, I decided to put it up in Beerbeer.

The ingredients you need:
• minced pork (200g-300g)
• White onion (3-4)
• carrot (1 reasonable size)
• garlic
• shitakei mushroom (4 big ones)
• bacon (around 300g)
• bread (make sure it fit your sandwich maker)

#1. Prepare the caramelise onion
Slice up the onions and put in the pan on low heat. Slowly sweat the onion, put the lid up and let the steam sweat out the onions. When the onion is soft, add in some salt and sugar according to taste. Stir the onion once a while, add some water if the pan is too dry. Gently fried till the onion is brown and soft.

You can watch the video above to see the process. I also learn from there.

#2. Prepare the pork filling
Firstly dice up all the garlic and mushroom, then shred the carrot to fine small piece. Throw in all the garlic, mushroom and carrot into the pan and let the ingredient soften up. Stir fry it and let it sweat. After that add soy sauce and worthshire sauce to add some flavour. Throw in the minced pork inside and start to mix it all in. I add in more soy sauce, salt, black pepper and some honey to give it more taste. You can add chili powder to spice it up as well. Fried till the filling is lightly dried.

#3. Assemble the filling.
First put the bread on the sandwich maker. If you like your bread to be oily, you can spread the butter both side. You can also dip it with egg to give the aroma. Then top up with the pork filling.

After that layer it with a piece of bacon. Make sure the filling and bacon do not when over the center line.

If you want to put fried bacon or replace with chinese sausage is up to your own individual taste.

Then top it up with caramelise onion. Drip a few drops of worthshire sauce and add some black paper.

Toast the bread according to your liking. If you prefer to have it a bit char then just leave it on a bit longer.

This is a flexible style, you can add or minus things that you don’t like. I prefer to layer the filling so I can have a mouthful of everything each bite. Non fried bacon will give more moist inside while the fried bacon will give the crunchy bite.

You can also replace the caramelise onions with fried shallots as well. Add in mayo or cheese if you want. To be more healthy you can also throw in some oats in the pork filling during stir fry. One more important point, don’t be greedy and put too much filling. Just stack up nicely will do.

The total cost for Roti Babi come out about RM20-30 which can easy feed 8-10 people. Have fun cooking.

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2 Responses to “Roti Babi My Style”

  1. Properbeermate Says:

    Looks very tasty mate! Do you you find this in many eateries in Malaysia? A good malty lager would be my choice with this one maybe a Sam Adams Boston Lager?

  2. kennhyn Says:

    hardly able to find it in eatery in Malaysia, mostly homemade. I pair it with english ale, light hoppy taste compliment nicely,

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