Thai Garlic Pork
A really simple Thai Garlic Pork dish that is packed with flavour and is Super Healthy. I find the best results come from using pork loin, although you can use chops and they work just as well. Save a bit of washing up, if the pork comes in a tub or bag, use it to marinate the pork in. If it has an absorbent pad inside just remember to remove this first.
- 3 Cloves of Garlic
- Bunch of Coriander
- finely sliced
- 2tbsp Fish Sauce
- 2tbsp Oyster Sauce
- Whole Pork Loin
Level of difficulty Easy
Preparation time 5mins
Cooking time 20mins
Cost Budget Friendly
Mix together the garlic, oyster sauce, fish sauce and half of the coriander.
If there is any sinew on the pork, take a sharp knife and remove it.
Pour the marinade over the pork and mix well. Leave this to marinate for at least 2 hours, do it in the morning or the night before for best results.
To cook, put under a pre heated grill for around 15 minutes, turning frequently. My grill isn’t too good and it takes longer, if you have a gas grill keep an eye on it as it will cook quicker. I like my pork a little under done. I know some people are funny about that, you can cook it a bit longer if required. A bit of charring will only enhance the flavour.
Allow the pork to rest for 5 minutes and then slice thinly. This is beautiful served topped with the remaining coriander with rice or in a salad.
Get your grill really hot before putting the pork under and keep a close eye. Feel free to add more of anything to the marinade to suit your taste, you can fire it up with some finely chopped chilli!
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