Thai Pork Dip with Tomato
Thai Pork Dip with Tomato is a kind of dip that can be found all over South East Asia. It’s made with dried chilies, ground pork and tomatoes. This recipe is Thai and it is almost similar to Khmer Prohok Khtis, but the Thai use Kapi instead of Prohok and no coconut milk involve in this recipe.
|1 cup of ground pork (8oz)|
|1 tablespoon of red curry paste|
|1 big tomato peel the skin off chopped to small pieces|
|1 tablespoon of kreoung is lemongrass paste|
|3 cloves of garlic minced|
|2 shallots minced|
|5 Thai red chilies more or less up to you|
|2 tablespoon of fish sauce|
|1 tablespoon of tamarind concentrate|
|1 tablespoon of palm sugar or brown sugar|
|1 tablespoon of Kapi|
|2 tablespoon of oil to fry|
Directions to make Thai Pork Dip with Tomato
- In a mortar pestle pound the lemongrass paste with Thai red chilies, garlic, and shallot to paste set aside (you only need 1 T of this paste)
- In a hot fry pan add oil fry the red curry paste and lemongrass paste until fragrant
- Add ground pork fry until no longer pink, and then add Kapi, fry and mix it well (this part will have a very strong smell)
- Now add the rest of the ingredients and fry until all mix and pork cook all the way.
Serve with long bean, trop, cucumber and steam rice or sticky rice.
Related Recipe: Chinese Soy Sauce Chicken
Serving Size: 2
Calories Per Serving: 953