Thai grilled pork neck – Moo Ping

 

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Do you love the grill pork neck in Chat thai but find it a bit expensive for just one small skewer? Now I will tell you the exact step of making your own but only with a friction of the cost. Moo Ping is eaten as snack in Thailand. It can be eaten with or without sticky rice. It is a great barbeque item for kids and adults.

Ingredients:

2 tbsp brown sugar 
1 tsp salt  
450 g pork neck (choose one with more fat in it)  
3 garlic cloves, finely diced      
1 tbsp fish sauce    
1 tbsp coconut milk  
1 package of bamboo skewer
 

Directions:
1) Soak the bamboo skewer in water at least 1/2 hour (while you marinade the pork), to prevent them from burning while on the grill.

2) Slice the pork into thin long strips, a quarter of an inch thick. If you are planning on using the skewer, inch wide strips are better. If you are grilling the pork on the grill directly, a bigger piece will prevent it from falling into the coals.

3) Mix all ingredients together and marinade for half an hour or over night for better result.

4) If you are using the skewers, thread a skewer through the pork. On medium heat add some oil in a pan, until it is hot place the skewer on the pan and slowly cook it until it is golden brown and cooked through.

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Best to marinate it before threading the meat

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Make sure you use a non-stick flat frying pan for the best result as the sugar start carmelizing it is easily burnt.

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match with the special dipping sauce…Nam Jim

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Gaby
    Mar 02, 2011 @ 21:42:30

    So simple and looks great!

    Reply

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