Registered: Feb 2009
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Soft fried tenderloin (软炸里脊) is a traditional dish of China Beijing cuisine.
200 grams of tenderloin,
30 grams of cooking wine,
30 grams of flour,
10 grams of sesame oil,
1 kg of pork fat,
The tenderloin is cut into slices 4 cm long and 2 cm thick,
and soaked in the mixture of rice wine and salt.
Egg whites are mixed with flour in a container to form a paste thick enough to keep a chopstick in a standing position.
Pork fat is heated and the marinated meat slices are fried for five minutes.
When the cooked tenderloin slices are ready for serving, sesame oil is added.
Due to the use of pork fat, the dish is considered unhealthy and the vegetable oil has been used as an alternative, but many have claimed that this results in the dish not being as tasty as when pork fat is used.