PORK SATAY WITH SWEET COCONUT MILK GLAZE
With sweet coconut milk, these pork satay skewers are delicious and addicting.
Easy and delicious Thai pork satay with a sweet coconut milk coating – marinated with Thai spices and coconut milk. These pork satay with a delicious coconut milk sauce are the latest addition to my summer menu.
We frequently order chicken satay, whether it’s Malaysian chicken satay or beef satay, Thai chicken satay or Indonesian satay.
The reality is, satay is a terrific way to enjoy pork. Pork tenderloin covered in a sweet coconut milk sauce is a mouthwatering vision. These pig satay rival the best chicken satay in terms of scent, flavor, taste, and texture.
Pork satay is the most common form of street satay in Thailand. Thin slices of grilled hog flesh are presented on roadside carts or food stands like the ones in the photos above.
The perfume of grilled pig satay calls in the stifling heat and humidity of the street. To avoid overindulgence, buy 10 or 20 satay sticks in a bundle and snack on them while walking around town. It’s a great time, and the food is delicious.
Food & Wine magazine just published this recipe for pork satay with a sweet coconut milk coating. Night + Market in Hollywood, where I had previously dined at Kris Yenbamroong’s skilled young Thai restaurant, invented the dish.
There are a lot of pork satay sticks in this recipe, but they will disappear quickly if you serve them. To celebrate Independence Day, you may want to give this pork satay recipe a try!
There are just 398 calories in one serving of this meal.
- 1 kg of boneless pork shoulder
- 400 ml of coconut milk
- 2 tablespoons of sugar
- 2 tablespoons of fish sauce
- 1/3 cup of condensed milk
- 1 teaspoon of ground white pepper
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- 1 ½ teaspoon of curry powder
- Wooden skewers
- Using a whisk, put all of the Marinade ingredients in a saucepan and bring to a simmer.
- Set aside a big dish of marinade to cool fully.
- Refrigerate for an hour after mixing the pork with the marinade and plastic wrap.
- Grill some burgers and hotdogs. A medium-high heat grill is ideal for cooking pork, which is best done on a skewer. Serve right away.