Soy-simmered Pork and Salted Mustard Greens

Preparation info
  • Makes

    6 to 8

    servings as a main dish
    • Difficulty


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By Linda Anusasananan

Published 2012

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Salted mustard greens, a Hakka staple, cut the richness of pork in this simple, dark, savory-sweet stew. The greens and pork simmer together in a generous measure of rice wine seasoned with garlic and both dark and sweet soy sauce. Serve with mounds of hot rice.



  1. Rinse the mustard greens well and cut into 1½-inch squares. If the pieces are thicker than 1 inch, split in half so the pieces are about ½ inch thick. You should have about