Saturday, May 19, 2018

Moo Grob

Moo Grob 

Moo in Thai means pig as well as pork and Grob translates as crispy so Moo Grob = Crispy Pork.
If you are looking for a savoury crispy snack, look no further!

Marinated with just 5 ingredients and deep fried, these are guaranteed to impress your Super Bowl party guests. Bring them to your next Potluck and surprise your guests with a plate of this hearty, mouthwatering treat.

Serve with Thai sweet chilli or Sriracha sauce for dipping. Messy, unhealthy, artery-clogging but totally worth it!

Sharing this recipe by Siam Sizzles

I tweaked the recipe just a little - I halved the chicken stock powder and added a little sugar to balance out the saltiness.

500g pork belly

3 tbsp fish sauce
1 egg
Dash of ground pepper
1/2 tbsp of chicken stock powder (or any meat seasoning powder is fine)
3 tbsp tempura flour
1/2 tsp sugar

1. Rinse the pork belly with water, dry with paper towels and place in a large mixing bowl

2. Add all the marinade ingredients into the bowl and mix evenly.

3. Marinate at least an hour, longer if possible but I prefer to leave it in the fridge overnight.

4. Deep fry the pork until golden brown and crispy (about 10 minutes depending on size of the pork)

5. Cut the pork into strips, and serve with your favourite dipping sauce.

Enjoy!  Pairs well with beer! Perfect as a side dish too.

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Sandee said...

Yummy. I love Thai food.

Have a fabulous day. ♥

betty said...

It looks delicious!


Hena Tayeb said...

We don't eat pork.. but may taste good with chicken as well.

stevebethere said...

Now that LQQKS delicious hope you have sent me some LOL...thanks :-)

Have a crispytastic week :-)

Teresa Kindred said...

Looks delicious thank you for sharing!

alissa apel said...

The marinade alone sounds yummy. I bet this is really good!

XmasDolly said...

Can't say I've ever had Thai food, but this one here looks like I might make an exception. This looks and sounds delicious. YUMMMMMM Thanks for sharing and have a great day my friend! hugs

Alex said...

Oh, I love your food posts ... and this sounds absolutely delicious. I'm going to try it out. I love pork deep fried. Who wouldn't, right? :D

La Mamarazzi said...

Delicious! Thanks for sharing!

Phil @ ParentingPhils said...

Thats looks awesome... love me a bit of pork belly! #thatfridaylinky

Musings of a tired mummy...zzz... said...

I'm a veggie but cook meat for my kids and fiance and I think they'd love this! What flavour dipping sauce would you recommend? Thanks for linking up with #globalblogging

Nigel Higgins said...

Looks yummy Thank you for linking to #Thatfridaylinky please come back next week

indah nuria Savitri said...

I cannot eat pork but I can definitely use chicken and beef for this yummy recipe :)

Rhonda Gales said...

This sounds delicious. Perfect game day recipe for sure. Thanks for sharing on Sunday's Best.

Mary (cactus catz) said...

looks yummy and crunchy! I love crispy food

Mary (cactus catz) said...

oh wow, that looks really yummy!

Aditya Narayan Mohanty said...

Yum yum yummy.

Rob said...

Man, this post has made me hungry. Plus thanks for the tip-off on what 'moo' and 'grob' translate to; should see me navigating Thai food menus a little better in future! #KCACOLS

Lana Pummill said...

Looks yummy! And pretty easy too! #KCACOLS

The Frozen Mind said...

My husband would absolutely love these! I will give them a try!

Posting on Pinterest!


ARoseTintedWorld said...

OMG! This looks delicious. This is a must try. Pinning for later. Thank you! #KCACOLS