The day before, the pork belly was marinated with homemade brine, and the minced meat was eaten. The day after I went to Chinatown, I bought pig ears, and I burned and washed them. I spent the whole night, cut and mixed on the first day, and my life was complete!
Wash the pig's ear, dry it, rub the pig's hair on a small fire, and then scrape it with a knife. Wash again.
Gauze wraps all the spices and ginger slices, tightens them, puts them into a pot of white water, pours about two spoons of soy sauce, and two spoons of soy sauce. Three teaspoons of salt, 2-3 pieces of rock sugar, a teaspoon of oyster sauce, and a small bottle of rice wine.
If you have an electric pressure cooker, you can press the meat button directly. Cook on the fire until the water is turned on and then simmer for about 30 minutes.
Soak overnight. Then you can cut and eat!