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Thursday, September 4, 2008
Moo Yang (Grilled Marinated Pork Chop)
This is my favorite. It's easy and very delicious. My husband is good at grilling and he has done an excellent job! :D Marinate the pork chop : Marinate for at least 30 minutes.
Grind these ingredients together with mortar and a pestel or in a food processor >> A few cloves of garlic ( peeled ), a few of coriander roots, and 1 tea spoon of white pepper corn.
Mix with : 1 table spoon of oyster sauce 1 table spoon of soy sauce or fish sauce 1 tea spoon of sugar
Increase the amount of each ingredients as you need to marinate all the pork chop that you want to grill. This recipe can marinate 1-2 pieces of pork chop. (1 cm thick)
Dipping SauceHot and sour!
Combine these together in a cup:
Chopped green onion (as much as you like) Diced tomato (as much as you like) Lime juice 3 table spoon Fish sauce 3 table spoon Sugar 2 tea spoon Dry chili powder (if like hot) Roasted rice powder (as much as you like) : make this by roast uncooked rice in the pan at low heat until golden brown. Grind it finely and keep the rest in a container for future use. I like the sauce with roasted rice because it smells so good when eating together with the pork chop. Garnish with coriander leaves