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Monday, September 12, 2016

THAI MOO PHAD KHING [GINGER FRIED PORK]

Stir Fry Ginger Pork aka Moo Phad Khing.  This is a Chinese influenced popular meat and vegetable dish in Thailand and Laos.
Moo Phad Khing contains stir fried pork and various vegetables like mushrooms, black fungus with sliced ginger [khing] that gives this dish its aroma.  Pork can be substituted with chicken.  It tastes savoury, the ginger is pungent while the onions are sweet.
I had took several pictures on the procedures to cook this dish but had accidentally deleted from my handy.  This dish tastes better than the looks of these pictures.
Recipe adapted from Healthy and Easy Thai Cooking [my this month's selected cookbook for Cookbook Countdown Event #9]
Ingredients
300 gm pork tenderlion - thinly sliced 
1/2 cup soaked black fungus [bok nee] florets
3 small size onions - skinned and sliced
1 knob ginger - skinned and finely shredded
1 tbsp sliced garlic
1 small green capsicum - sliced thin strips
1 red chilli - seeded and cut strips
1 stalk spring onions - cut 1 inch lengths
1-2 tbsp oil or less
Seasoning
1 tbsp taucu [preserved soybean paste]
2 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tbsp sugar
2 tsp light soy sauce
  1. Heat up wok with oil, saute garlic until aromatic and golden brown. Add in sliced meat and stir fry until it becomes white.
  2. Add in black fungus, capsicum and seasoning with some water,
  3. Stir fry until meat is cooked.  Add in the chicken pieces.
  4. Lastly, toss well to combine.  Add in spring onions.
  5. Dish up to serve.
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I'm sharing this post with Cookbook Countdown #9 hosted by Kitchen Flavours and Emily's Cooking (Makan2) Foray

7 comments:

Emily said...

I can just imagine the combined flavors of the ingredients!

EmilyC said...

btw.. what is oil tioss?

kitchen flavours said...

The perfect dish to eat with rice! Yum!

Kimmy said...

Hi Emily, the flavours suit me cos' I love ginger with meat. Thinking I may cook this again and take some photos. Sorry, typo error, corrected. Thanks for asking.

Kimmy said...

Hi Joyce, yes this dish is good with rice and porridge.

Margaret said...

OH! This looks really good. Lots of great flavors.

Kimmy said...

Hi Margaret, this meat dish has Chinese taste and flavour cos' of the taucheo in the dish. It's good to prepare it using pork tenderloin as it is a quick stir fry dish.

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