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. Ted says:

    Wow chinese dried meat looks much juicer than the “western” version of dried beef which is like chewying on my belt.

  2. Sharon Adelman says:

    This has to be one of the most eaten and favorite snack among Malaysians. We are picky of our Bak Kua, and we still “stick” by the particular that sells them, like peas-in-a-pod. My favorite Bak Kua stall has to be one in Petaling Street. Not certain if that stall still exists, but it certainly brings back sweet memories.

  3. Tanitra Partivit says:

    Seeing these brings back memories of trips to visit our family in Bangkok. My parents always had bak kua and sticky rice on hand to feed us just us for those long haul flights.

  4. saychinso says:

    hi , it is nice to know we have malaysian bak kua in sunnyvale , california. the closest i could get were some beef jerky from fairfax market in LA butcher shop and they also have “blackstick” which i enjoyed while watching movie. btw. i just fried a batch of “TI koay”. i sandwiched it between a piece of chinese yam and sweet potatoe. i wished i could share it with you. happy chinese new year to you and your young family

  5. Dianne says:

    I saw the picture and thought yummy. I used to make jerky a few years ago and my kids loved it. Used a dehydrator for it but this bak kua I’m sure isn’t anything at all like the “shoe leather” I used to make. lol My son still likes to buy the kind in the bag at the store which is pretty much yuk.
    I and my family would love to try this. I most certainly will make this recipe but wouldn’t mind have a chance to win this too.
    And….Happy New Year to you!!!!!

  6. Linda says:

    I’m sure, this pork jerky is famous among Asian and I’m craving to have a taste of it. My favorite would be the one from Singapore and haven’t had those for at least 13 years. The sweetness, juices and tenderness all combined creates an A-ha moment! I’m sure this Bak Kua is also none to compare and hope to try this one too!

  7. wren says:

    what could be better than winning pork? probably nothing in the whole wide world. thatnks for the kind generosity!

  8. Terrence says:

    I would love to win some of this amazing bakkwa! Have not had it for ages.

  9. Stephanie Mente says:

    Bak Kua is an all time “must” whenever I go back to Malaysia, and every time I am so tempted to smuggle some back to the States. However, I’ve never had the guts to do so and now I need not even consider it :) Yay!!

  10. Jennifer Wong says:

    I love the Bak Kua (esp. the Malaysian kind). Haven’t eat it for almost 20 yrs since I came to US, which means hasn’t been back as well for that long to celebrate Chinese New Year. Oh! really miss the food. By the way, I enjoy the website every much.

  11. JP says:

    Sounds good to me!

  12. Alice McLean Barnes says:

    I would love to share this with my friends at our lunar new year celbration. Thanks so much!!!

  13. Jane H. says:

    Just when I didn’t think jerky could be any tastier, I see this. Amazing.

  14. Alice McLean Barnes says:

    can’t wait to try your bak kau for new years!

  15. kim says:

    Ahhh… bak kwa the food that defines chinese new year for me. love it. want it. dont know how to make it. hope to win it! keong hee huat chye, bee. i am an ardent follower.

  16. EmilyQ says:

    me me me!!!! This looks absolutely delicious….

  17. Michelle Ho says:

    oh..yummy! I hope I win so I can try it…

  18. Nik says:

    Looks very good!

  19. Robert Peckham says:

    I would to try this pork jerky because I have never it yet. By the pictures it looks awesome…

  20. Susan H. says:

    Wonderfully YUM treat! A great addition for the Lunar New Year celebrations. Thank you for offering this giveaway.

  21. Jo says:

    It would look great at our dinner table ;) Thanks for doing this giveaway. Your website is amazing.

  22. Amy says:

    I was just craving jerky yesterday! Looks delicious!

  23. Vivian says:

    I would like to win this. It looks so yummy!

  24. Kelantan Gal says:

    Hi Bee,
    Thanks for this post! It is awesome to know that bak kua is available here. I hope I win some for my first CNY in California.

  25. Priscilla says:

    Yum! :) Sounds delicious.

  26. Suzie says:

    just looking at the juicy bits makes my mouth water… miss them very2 much ;9

  27. Malou says:

    I lived in SG for a while and loved Bee Cheng Hiang’s version! Too bad US Customs will confiscate meat products carried personally so we were not able to bring any here. Would love to try LRDK’s product!

  28. Tricia says:

    So SHIOK! Love Bak Kwa!

  29. Janie says:

    Mmmmmm, I love Bak Kua! Can we get their products in Vegas? :-)

  30. Ivy Koay-Araujo says:

    I was born Australian but spent 5 years of my childhood living in Malaysia. I loved eating Bak Kua (Malaysian Jerky) sandwiches! My husband and I lived in Hawaii where I could still find Bak Kua baked in sweet rolls in China Town bakeries. In June 2010, I took my husband & two friends from Hawaii to Malaysia & Singapore, where hubby & friends had their first taste of Bak Kua in Singapore! And now can understand why I’m addicted! In a Hawaiian term for delicious, it’s so Ono! We moved to Alaska July 2010 and am suffering great Malaysian food withdrawals :( There are no good eats here, no China Town, no more Bak Kua!

  31. john says:

    That looks great!!!!!!!!!!

  32. Lisa L. says:

    Mmmmm…pork jerky *drools*

  33. cathy says:

    Looks yummy. This will be perfect for Chinese Year!

  34. Jean says:

    Oh gosh!! The pics look so vivid and delicious! Been away from good old Malaysia and Singapore for too long! And it’s quite impossible to get this bak kwa here in the US. Love to eat this for New yr!

  35. Jane Ng says:

    Yummy! I haven’t had bak kua for a long time since moving to USA. My mom who is here visiting would love it!

  36. Celeste says:

    OMG pork bak kua! I’ve missed it so.

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  38. Paula Fernandez says:

    This bak kua looks tantalizing. Xin nian kuai le to everyone!

  39. Yuen Jeffries says:

    BEST jerky!!yummy!!!!

  40. I’ve never had malaysian jerky, but this definitely looks promising!

  41. christine ito says:

    I love pork jerky. Everytime I visit Chinatown in New York City I pass by the Malaysian Jerky shop. They make Beef, pork and spicy jerky. I’ve only bought it once though, since i am a student I don’t have a lot of extra spending money. But it was delicious! I’ve also had it when I visited Hong Kong. My Aunt bought us some. YUMMMY.

  42. Lucy Midelfort says:

    Mmmm. Delicious! I hope I win!

  43. Poh Lai Kirwan says:

    The best bak kwa or long yoke I had was the one in Jalan Imbi, K.L. Its called Weng Heong. Your pictures looked so mouth watering good tho… Really miss CNY back home in Teluk Intan…

  44. Ann Wheeler says:

    The Malaysian bak kua looks delicious! I have had a Thai equivalent, and I know just how tasty that is.

  45. Amy Lam says:

    i love beef jerky :]

  46. Opakapaka says:

    My wish for the coming Year of the Rabbit is a bak kua taste experience. Happy New Year!

  47. Susan says:

    Yummy! I could add that to my list of jerkies I love :D *nom nom nom*

  48. Leslie says:

    I have been craving the squid jerky that a friend brings from her sister in Thailand. The pork jerky looks great!!!!

  49. Raine says:

    Oh lord I love jerky. And when I saw this the first time I opened this page I just knew I had to enter. My mouth is watering. I long for the beef jerky love…. *creepy ace*

  50. Katee says:

    Ooh… always wanted to try Malaysian beef jerky. I hope I win.

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