Hey everyone, I hope you’re having an incredible day today. Today, I will show you a way to prepare a distinctive dish, khao tom moo (pork meatballs in broth with rice). It is one of my favorites food recipes. This time, I will make it a bit unique. This will be really delicious. It was one of the first dishes I ate in Thailand after I realised that the hotel 'English' and 'American' breakfasts were equally bad wherever you stay! The Thai rice soup - more like the Chiu Chow Chinese version of congee, with the rice grains distinct, instead of the Cantonese style where the rice is simmered so long it dissolves into the broth - was If you don't eat pork, substitute minced chicken (in which case, the dish is called khao tom gai sap).
To begin with this recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook khao tom moo (pork meatballs in broth with rice) using 14 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.
The ingredients needed to make Khao Tom Moo (pork meatballs in broth with rice)-
- Prepare 30 g fresh root ginger
- Get 2 stalks lemongrass
- Get 2 cloves garlic
- Take 500 g lean pork mince (5% fat)
- Take 2 tbsp cornflour
- Take 1 tbsp soy sauce
- Prepare 2 tbsp toasted sesame oil
- Prepare 2 chicken stock cubes
- Get 300 g fragrant rice (basmati or jasmine)
- Prepare 20 g fresh coriander
- Prepare 2 spring onions
- Take 4 tbsp shaoxing wine (can use dry sherry or mirin)
- Make ready 2 tbsp fish sauce
- Make ready 1 tsp sugar (can use any sugar, I use demerara)
Instructions to make Khao Tom Moo (pork meatballs in broth with rice)-
- Peel and grate, finely chop or crush the ginger and garlic and prepare the lemongrass by bashing it a few times then cutting the stems vertically and scooping out the middles. The middle of the lemongrass needs to be crushed or chopped, keep the outer layers to one side for later.
- In a medium sized mixing bowl, mix up the pork mince with the garlic, ginger, lemongrass, cornflour, soy sauce and sesame oil. Use your hands and bash it about a bit until it's sticky and holds together well.
- Form the pork mixture in to approximately 20 meatballs and lay out on a tray in the fridge for 10 minutes.
- While the meatballs are cooling, dissolve the stock cubes in 2 litres of boiling water, add the rice and the outer parts of the lemongrass. Reduce the heat and cook uncovered for around 10 minutes until the rice is tender.
- Once the rice is tender, add the wine, fish sauce and sugar and 400ml more boiling water then get the meatballs from the fridge and plop them in carefully. Cover the pan and cook for another 8 minutes.
- Finely chop up the coriander and spring onions and keep to one side for the garnish at the end.
- When the meatballs are cooked through, fish out the lemongrass and divide everything else between bowls and add the garnish. Enjoy!
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If you have enjoyed Khao Kha Moo while in Thailand, but never can find it at home, now is your chance to try making this delicious and satisfying Thai dish. The Thai rice soup - more like the Chiu Chow Chinese version of congee, with the rice grains distinct, instead of the Cantonese style where the rice is simmered so long it dissolves into the broth - was If you don't eat pork, substitute minced chicken (in which case, the dish is called khao tom gai sap). Khao tom moo sap, which translates to boiled rice with chopped pork is a popular breakfast rice soup that's eaten all across Thailand. It was one of the first dishes I ate in Thailand after I realised that the hotel 'English' and 'American' breakfasts were equally bad wherever you stay! Food & Wine's terrifically comforting rice porridge is topped with tender pork meatballs. Drop into the rice and broth in the casserole. If you have enjoyed Khao Kha Moo while in Thailand, but never can find it at home, now is your chance to try making this delicious and satisfying Thai dish. Rice is cooked right in the broth, generously seasoned with lemongrass, shallots, and garlic. With savory ground pork to give it some heft and a finishing drizzle of fish sauce, it's a dish that's simple, flavor-packed, and wholly satisfying. It's so simple, in fact, that you'll want to load up your bowl with. The rice should be a thick porridge consistency. In the meantime, make the pork balls. Mix the garlic with the pork mince, pepper and fish sauce. Your neighborhood Thai style pork, crispy pork belly, rice, and noodle joint. Simply driven by the desire to share the cooking of our youth. Khao Moo-Dang is a tribute to the everyday comfort food of Thailand. We aim to faithfully represent the pork based dishes found on every street in Bangkok. Thai recipe for Braised Pork Shank on Rice. The skin on Braised Pork Shank is soft and gummy and the meat is tender and full of seasoning. Together with the blanched Chinese broccoli and pickled mustard, the braised shank tastes so good with the slightly spicy and sour chili garlic sauce.
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