Bak Kua (Malaysian Pork Jerky) Giveaway – ClOSED
January 23rd, 2011 239 Comments

Bak Kua (Malaysian Pork Jerky) Giveaway – ClOSED

The winners are Kevin K and Janie. Congratulations and Gong Xi Fa Cai.

Chinese (Lunar) New Year is just 10 days away. To celebrate the festive season, I’m giving away two pounds of bak kua, or Malaysian pork jerky, courtesy of Little Red Dot Kitchen based in Sunnyvale, California. Started by bak kua lovers, their bak kua are freshly made, juicy, and delicious, and I love their pork and turkey bak kua! Check out Little Red Dot Kitchen‘s offerings here.

This giveaway is open to US residents only and will close on January 25th, Tuesday, at 12 am EST . There will be two (2) winners in this giveaway and each winner will get 1 pound of the bak kua for the upcoming Lunar New Year celebration. To enter, please leave a comment below with a valid email address. One entry per person.

Good luck!

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239 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Karen says:

    I luv bak kua! Always reminds me of the time when I came back from visiting Singapore and I had bought bak kua back with me. And airport customs had to take it coz it wasn’t allowed. I was soooo sad! Should have eaten it there and then! :)

  2. Cynti says:

    I love bak kua especially used it to fry rice. Oh….its YUMMY!!!!

  3. Mable Charn says:

    I am drooling just looking at the photos. Yum!!!

  4. Irene Chan says:

    I love Bak Kua. Used to hidding some from Malaysia and sometimes my mom brought me some from New York. I really like the Bak Kua with slice meat. Wish I can win this lovely “BAK KUA”….lol

  5. Dorothy Lin says:

    When I see the pictures of “Bak kwa” in your column my mouth waters and I am very homesick. Just came back from a long vacation in KL,Singapore and Macau. Eat “buk kwa” from Singapore,KL,and Macau. The ones from KL taste the best. I wonder if The Little Red Dot Kitchen version is even better than the ones from KL.


  6. Madelyn says:

    i love bak kua!!!

  7. hjlowry says:

    That looks awesome! I hope we are a winner!

  8. Erika says:

    Bak Kua is absolutely my favorite thing about Chinese New Year, besides money of course !

  9. Kevin K says:

    In “The Merchant of Venice”, Shylock’s pursuit of Antonio’s pound of flesh was utterly ruthless to say the least. After over half a decade of staying abroad, I dare say my own pursuit of a single pound of the perfect “bak kua” was equally ruthless, with no less drama. Here’s my “recipe”:

    1) Knocked up the missus
    2) Suggested a trip back to Malaysia to satisfy her pregnancy cravings with a monster dose of PENANG HAWKER FOOD
    3) Flew to Malaysia
    4) Sampled copious amounts of all varieties at the “bak kua” specialty store
    5) Purchased the most mouth-watering kinds
    6) Returned to the States
    7) “Forgot” to declare the “bak kua” in the inflight customs declaration form
    8) Made doubly sure the K-9 “sniffer” Units were a safe distance before retrieving bags from carousel
    9) Acted nonchalantly while approaching last custom official before exit point
    10) Asked missus to look and sound tired while rubbing pregnant tummy (refer to step 1) and maintaining a poker face when telling the custom official we didn’t have any food items in our bags.

    Voila! Unwrap your little bundle of joy (I mean the “bak kua” of course) and ENJOY :D

    *** Disclaimer: Individual results may vary. This is based on my successful experience and my last name is not Pitt or Jolie so I will not adopt your baby if you end up sharing your “bak kua” (yes, I mean YOUR “bak kua”) with some “ah kua” in jail.

  10. Sandy Sander says:

    Would love to try it.

  11. MonicaK says:

    OMG! I so need to let my husband try some of this! Malaysian married to an American, its always difficult to share some of these delicious food! I really wish to win this!

  12. Mike says:

    Bak kua, pleaase, pleaaase.

  13. Jayne says:

    Lovely! I’ve got friends living in the US so I;d send it to them if I win this. I’m sure they miss the taste of good bak kwa!! :-)

  14. Samantha says:

    That looks so good! *drooling*

  15. Aiyoh! my mouth just watered at the pictures!!! me me me!

  16. Grace Chong says:

    My favorite snack. Yum!

  17. K Tan says:

    I cannot remember when was the last time I have this delicious Bak Kua. Being away from Malaysia for too long.

  18. Patricia says:

    I miss this so much – always enjoyed it when I lived in Singapore!

  19. Vincent says:

    Delicious!! Especially during Chinese New Year

  20. Christopher Tan says:

    Eating this delicacy when I am in the freezing cold Chicago weather makes me think about the sunshine and balmy heat in Malaysia

  21. Keri says:

    How do you cook it? Do you eat it hot or just like American beef jerky?

  22. Adele says:

    Oh I so love this. The last trip back to Malaysia, I tried to bring some back to the States, but customs confiscated it. Dang it! I’d love to have some, pretty please?

  23. Wan Ying says:

    Omg! Bak kua is my absolute favourite! <3 <3

  24. Hang Lin says:

    I had this in NY! They were so good but SO expensive!!

  25. Felicia says:

    I haven’t have this for ages! Its so so so GOOD!!!!

  26. Sophie says:

    This reminds me so much of home!! :’)

  27. Patricia says:

    I LOVE THIS!!!!!

  28. Crystal says:

    My brother loves this!! I always buy some for him when I go to New York. They are so delicious!

  29. stevenelson1973 says:

    Looks way better than the jerky I see in the stores here…Thanks

  30. Pei says:

    Happy Chinese New Year!

  31. Carrie says:

    I’m looking forward t the chinese New Year!
    That jerky looks yummy!

  32. Mei Mong says:

    This is my LOVE for BakGua – the US immigration searched my luggage and confiscated my beloved BakGua!!!!

  33. Amanda says:

    god i haven’t had bak kua in about 3 years and my mother used to ban us from eating it because it was “fatty”

  34. DebbieL says:

    I LOVE pork jerky!

  35. Diane says:

    OMG! Bak Kua is the only thing I’ve been craving for the past 3 years in the States. I would cherish it!!

  36. Fung Lee says:

    We get Malaysian pork jerky in a small pork jerky shop in NYC Chinatown.
    My daughter adores Malaysian pork jerky she can’t get enough of it.

  37. KY says:

    om nom nom nom :O

  38. Juanita Ng Brisson says:

    Bak Kua is my favorite “Jerky”. Please send me some :)

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