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    Roast Pork (Kow-Muu_Deang) ᴧ

    Roast Pork (Kow-Muu_Deang) ᴧ

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    Ingredient

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    - Egg
    - Coriander
    - Potato starch 1 tsp.
    - Condensed milk 200g
    - Pork cut into long pieces
    - Sugar palm 3 pc. ( size approx. 1pc : 50c australian coin)
    - Pork 1 kg
    - Lobo roast red pork seasoning mix
    - White sugar 1 -2 tbs

    How to
    1. Prepare 1 kg. cut into long pieces
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    2. Dissolve seasoning 2 package inside with 1 cup of water
    3. Put condensed milk, sugar palm (melt it in microwave with some water) mixed well

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    4. Marinade pork : leave in the fridge overnight or at least 2-3 hours)
    5. Put in oven : 200c for 20 mins or set a timer at 200c for 10 mins and turnover another 10 mins.
    6. Boil egg

    Sauce

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    7. Using the same marinade sauce
    8. Dissolve potato starch in water, then put into marinade sauce, , bring to low heat for 1-2 mins.
    9. If it is too sticky. Add some water in.
    10. Put some more white sugar if u needed more sweet ( but I don't )
    11.Peel egg
    12. Put some coriander on top
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    Ready!!!
    Last edited by guava; 18-01-15 at 12:43 AM.
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    Re: Roast Pork (Kow-Muu_Deang) ᴧ

    Hungry,,,

    David

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    Re: Roast Pork (Kow-Muu_Deang) ᴧ

    I haven't had moo dang in a long time. Thanks for the reminder.

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    Re: Roast Pork (Kow-Muu_Deang) ᴧ

    Quote Originally Posted by Oeshidez
    Put some more white sugar if u needed more sweet ( but I don't )
    I agree with you. I think no need to add more sugar. The sweetness in the condensed milk is enough.

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    Re: Roast Pork (Kow-Muu_Deang) ᴧ

    I use a marinade of 50/50 yellow bean sauce and hoisin sauce and sugar to taste.-cutting diagonals into pork strips for increased penetration.
    Make loads up and freeze the marinading pork so you can have whenever you like.-make the sauce out of the marinade.
    I never thought of using condensed milk--is this also a street vendor practice?

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    Re: Roast Pork (Kow-Muu_Deang) ᴧ

    Quote Originally Posted by sisaket View Post
    I never thought of using condensed milk--is this also a street vendor practice?
    Am not sure if it's common for street vendors to use condensed milk, but on my travels around Thailand, I found out that Thais add it to coffee, which I had never imagined before, or use it as filling on breads, and of course as a sweetener in some desserts. The thing is, I enjoy the taste! It gives a certain caramel-like (with a hint of butter?) flavor which is distinct from the sweetness from plain sugar.

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