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Cooking time: about 120 minutes

Serving size: 2-3 people



Lotus root: 600g (cut into appropriate sizes)

Pork belly: 600g (cut into appropriate sizes)

Yam: 300g (cut into pieces)

Carrot: 300g (cut into pieces)

Dried green onions: 40g (fluffed)

Garlic: 30g (beat loosely)

Ginger cubes: 40g (beat loosely)

Star anise: 2 pieces

Water: about 800g


Flying water material

Ginger slices: about a few slices

Onions: 2


Cornstarch water: appropriate amount (for burying the gravy)



Huadiao wine: 20g

Rice wine: 30g

Southern milk: 50g (crushed)

Nan milk: 50g

Oyster sauce: 30g

Light soy sauce: 10g

Rock sugar: 30g

Chicken powder: 3g

Dark soy sauce: 25g



1. Add water to the pot, pour in pork belly, ginger slices, green onions and Huadiao wine, drain, remove, wash and set aside.


2. Pour lotus roots and water to cover the lotus roots into the pressure cooker, cover with lid, apply pressure and cook for about 60 minutes, then remove and set aside. Remove the lotus roots and do not use the water used to cook the lotus roots.


3. Add the pork belly to the pot (no need to add oil), stir-fry until both sides are slightly caramelized, pour off the drained oil, then add the dried onions, garlic and ginger and stir-fry until fragrant, add the southern milk and pork belly and stir-fry evenly. Add rice wine, then add other seasonings and water and bring to a boil, then pour into the pressure cooker. Finally add lotus root, yam and carrot, cover the lid, put pressure on and cook over medium-low heat for about 40 minutes, turn off the heat and reduce the pressure.


4. Finally, open the lid, remove the excess oil, scoop up the cooked ingredients, filter the soup and bury it in thin gravy, pour it on the lotus root pork and enjoy.



Using a pressure cooker can cook food until it is soft and tender, while maintaining the original shape and flavor of the food. There is no need to mash all the dishes before eating, which is very suitable for friends who have difficulty swallowing.


If you don’t have a pressure cooker at home, you can use other pots instead, but the stewing time will need about three times the cooking time of the pressure cooker (depending on the type and softness of the food).


This recipe is provided by Chef Jacky Yu

Pot Man Pan Man (Southern Milk Lotus Root Braised Pork)

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