Toss the pork with the soy and 1 tbsp
of the rice wine. Leave for 1 hr or, even
better, overnight in the fridge.
Heat some of the oil in a medium
heavy-based saucepan. Brown the meat,
in batches, on both sides and set aside.
Add a little more oil and cook the garlic,
ginger and chilli for 2-3 mins until golden.
Pour the vinegar, remaining rice wine,
sugar and stock into the pan and bring to
the boil. Add the pork, then turn down the
heat, cover and simmer for 2 hrs or until
the meat is tender. For the final 30 mins,
remove the lid, increase the heat and let
the liquid reduce until thick and syrupy.
Serve scattered with the sesame seeds,
spring onions and sliced chillies, with rice.