Thai BBQ Pork with Lemon Grass (Mu Yang Takrai)

{I have always loved the Thai dishes and today I’m going to share with you one of my favorites and it’s the Thai BBQ Pork with lemon Grass, in which case is popularly known in Thailand as the Mu Yang Takrai. This wonderful and yet easy recipe is so great especially during summer outdoor barbeque …
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I have always loved the Thai dishes and today I’m going to share with you one of my favorites and it’s the Thai BBQ Pork with lemon Grass, in which case is popularly known in Thailand as the Mu Yang Takrai. This wonderful and yet easy recipe is so great especially during summer outdoor barbeque party.

What so great about this recipe is that you can alternatively make it with spareribs, chicken pieces and pork chops. The barbecue sauce will also make great for hotdogs, hamburgers and lot more.

Thai BBQ Pork with Lemon Grass

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Ingredients

1 pound pork (cut into bite size)

For the Marinade:
10 tablespoons palm sugar
10 tablespoons fish sauce (nam pla)
5 tablespoons coconut milk
10 tablespoons dark soy sauce
3 tablespoons sesame oil
5 tablespoons whiskey
5 tablespoons shallots sliced thinly (hom daeng)
5 tablespoons minced garlic (kratiem)
1 tablespoon freshly ground black pepper (prikthai)
10 tablespoons lemon grass sliced thinly (takrai)

Procedure

  1. In a saucepan, mix the marinade

    ingredients except for the coconut milk. Let the marinade simmer under low heat and until the original volume of the marinade is half and let I cool.

  2. Once already cool, you can now then add the coconut milk. Make sure that you combine the coconut milk with the marinade thoroughly.
  3. Use this to marinate the pork meat for about 1 to 3 hours in a cool place. (But you can also marinate this overnight and place it in the chiller).
  4. Drain the meat, then thread the meat onto the skewers. Reserve the marinade.
  5. Once ready, you can now then start to barbecue.
  6. With the use of the remaining marinade, heat until simmer under low-heat stirring occasionally for about 1 to 2 minutes. This will make a great dipping sauce for the barbecue.

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Barbecuing is definitely easy if you have all the ingredients that you need. But the secret ingredient to having the best barbecue is a must. So, definitely, this is one of the best.

I hope you enjoy this Thai BBQ Pork with Lemon Grass (Mu Yang Takrai) along with your family and friends.

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