Thai Barbecue Pork on Bamboo Skewers

This Thai Barbecue Pork recipe serves as a fantastic Thai nibble for a home party. It is quick and easy to make, (a key for cooking home party meals and snacks).

Succulent BBQ pork on skewers, known as "Moo Yang", is great when served with white steamed sticky rice called "Khao Niew". It is one of the Thai street food favorites commonly enjoyed as a breakfast or lunch meal.

The BBQ pork skewers are traditionally cooked over a charcoal grill. It can also be cooked over hot plate or gas barbecue.

Simply slice pork fillet into long strips, then marinate in soy sauce, oyster sauce, brown sugar, and sesame oil for at least 1 hour. Place the pork stripes onto pre soaked bamboo skewers and then onto the grill until well done.

For more complex flavors, I love serving this bbq pork with sticky rice and Nam Jim Jaew, North Eastern style sauce made of galangal, dried red Thai chili powder and ground dry fried rice grain.

Alternatively, you can barbecue a large cut of boneless pork shoulder or fillet, simply use the same marinate ingredients. Then slice the meat and serve it as a main dish for dinner with your favorite salad.

Barbecue pork on bamboo skewers can be enjoyed as an appetizer or serve them together with steamed rice/fried rice and/or Stir Fried Asparagus with Prawns

Bon appetite!

Thai Barbecue Pork on Bamboo Skewers
moo yang gab khao niew

Preparation: 60 minutes includes marinate and preparation of nam jim jaew ingredients
Cook Time: 10 minutes + 25 minutes for cooking sticky rice
Served 2-4

Ingredients:
Pork fillet stripes 400 g
Soy sauce 1 tbsp
Oyster sauce 1 ½ tbsp
Sesame oil 1 tbsp
Browns sugar 1 tsp
Steamed sticky rice 2 serves

Ingredients for Nam Jim Jaew:
Dried red Thai chilies dry fry and finely ground 1 tsp (for mild spicy)
Galangal dry fry and finely ground 2 tbsp
Lime juice 2 tbsp
Fish sauce 1 ½ tbsp
Browns sugar 1 tbsp
White rice grains dry fry and finely ground 2 tbsp
Spring onion finely chopped 1 tbsp

Let's get started!

How to make:
Step 1 – Grilling

  • Marinate the pork slices with soy sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil and brown sugar for 1 hour in the fridge.

  • Grill the pork slices with BBQ grill over medium heat until the meat is cooked.

Step 2 - Making Dip

  • In a mixing bowl, add all ingredients together. Sprinkle chopped spring onion on top and make sure sugar is melted before serving.

  • Serve Thai barbecue pork with sticky rice and/or with nam jim jaew.

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