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    Recipe for Pork Satay

    Recipe for Pork Satay

    Recipe for Pork Satay

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    Simple to make, yet so delicious you'll have an empty party platter before it even gets to the buffet table! Marinate the meat overnight for even more depth of flavour...

    Serves:

    4

    Preparation Time:

    30 mins

    Cooking Time:

    15 mins

    Ingredients:

    Lean Pork Steaks, cut into strips - 450 g
     
      Mirin - 1 tbsp
     
     Sesame Oil - 1 tbsp
     
     Light Soy Sauce - 1 tbsp
     
     Coconut Cream - 3 tbsps
     
     Thaitalian Tingler Chilli Jam - 2 tbsps 
     Thai Red Curry Paste - 1 tbsp 
     Tamarind Paste - 2 tbsps 
     Fish Sauce - 2 tsps 
     Palm Sugar - 2 tsps 
     Peanuts, finely chopped or pounded - 150g
     
     Coconut Milk - 150 ml 
     

    Method:

    • Cut the pork steaks into thin strips and then marinade in a large bowl in the sesame oil and soy sauce for at least a couple of hours refrigerated, or overnight if possible.

    • Mix the coconut cream and Thai red curry paste together and heat in a pan over a low heat for 5 minutes until hot.

    • Add the fish sauce, palm sugar, Prices Spices Thaitalian Tingler Chilli Jam, tamarind paste and chopped peanuts, and cook for a further 5 minutes. Then add the coconut milk and stir well.

    • Thread the marinated meat onto soaked skewers, heat the grill to high and place the skewers on a wire rack or baking tray.

    • Brush each skewer with the peanut mixture prior to grilling on each side for around 5 minutes until golden brown.

    • Serve the pork skewers with the satay dipping sauce.