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Homemade Meat Floss

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In a typical Chinese family we loves to boil soups for our loved ones and quite often we will have a big bowl of leftover meat from the soup. What do you with it?

So here's how I deal with the leftover meat - turning them into Meat Floss! Meat floss has fluffy and soft texture, it is one of the popular Chinese savory snack. It can be used as topping for porridge/congee, stuff in buns or just eat it as it is..yum!

In this recipe, I used the leftover pork meat from my mother's yummy soup and I used the Tesco Bread Maker to all the cooking! Since this is a homemade recipe and no preservatives substance used so large batches are not recommended.

Homemade Meat Floss

300gm Cooked Meat (pork or chicken)
3-4 tbsp Soy Sauce
1 tbsp Oyster Sauce
2 tbsp Sugar
1/2 tsp Chinese Five-Spice Powder
1/4 tsp Dark Soy Sauce
2 tbsp Water
Pinch of White Pepper Powder

Directions:

  • Shred the cooked meat (raw meat - steam to cook the meat) into small pieces
  • Marinade the shredded meat with all the ingredients and let it sit for about 30 minutes or so (I kept mine overnight in the fridge)
  • Place the marinated shredded meat in the bread maker pan
  • Set the machine for Jam setting (cooking time: 1 hour 30 minutes) 
  • To keep the freshness, store them in airtight container and it can last for about 1 week. 
     

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