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    When in LOS I enjoy the BBQ pork on sticks with somtam and sticky rice. Does anyone know the recipe for the pork? I have tried along with the missus and got fairly close but it is not perfect. Can anyone help??
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    Moo Yang, Sai Gawk or Look Chin?

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    My recipe of BBQ pork (Moo Yang):

    Ingredients:

    1/2 kilo pork filet
    1 tablespoon light brown sugar
    1 tablespoon nampla (fish sauce)
    1 tablespoon sweet dark soy sauce
    1 tablespoon vegetable oil
    3 cloves garlic
    1 teaspoon black pepper
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 teaspoon minced coriander
    stick skewers

    Method:

    Cut the pork into 2x2 inches squares. Pound coriander, pepper,salt and garlic together. Mix with pork,oil,all sauce together. Marinate for one hour. Thread 3 pieces of pork on the stick. Cook over charcoal until the pork is well-done. Arrange on a serving plate. Serve with papaya salad (som tum), and steamed sticky rice.
    Jenny

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    I asked a similar Q a few months ago but mine was for chicken on sticks.

    Type in Satay on find/search and you will find the recipe and cooking instructions.

    I thought its name was Satay, but that could be for the pork.

    Good luck.
    Cheers/Kob Khun, Ron-Tik.

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    Satay (สะเต๊ะ) and BBQ pork (หมูปิ้ง) are different. Satay has yellow curry powder and a bit of coconut milk in the ingredients. I think BBQ pork on stick that Neil & Mook mentioned is not Satay. P'Jenny has the correct recipe. Humm...Yummy

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    Many thanks Jenny
    regards
    Neil & Mook

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