Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Simple Satay Pork #Recipe

Another one that Darcy wouldn't have eaten. (but might have liked)

There's a relatively new product on the shelves in supermarkets in the USA. It's a dried peanut butter. Some clever person worked out that the peanut residue, after you've squeezed out all the oil can be baked into something that can be reconstituted into a substance that is almost, but not quite like peanut butter.

Makes for a great cooking ingredient.

Satay Pork

Pork tenderloin, about 1 lb, cut in thin (5mm) wide strips.
1 Tablespoon "dried" peanut butter.
1 Teaspoon "Hot" Madras curry powder. (I put hot in quotes, it's hotter than "curry powder", but not hot).
1 Tablespoon or so soy sauce.

Mix. The mixture will coat the pork very smoothly. It's much easier than real peanut butter and corn starch.

Let sit for a few minutes.

Add about 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil and stir to coat the meat.
Grill until done.


This would probably work with chicken just as well.