Thai Food Made Easy | WEEPING TIGER
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Ingredients for marinating:

480 gram                   Pork loin steak

2tbs                             Oil

1tbs                              Honey to drizzle

1tsp                              Salt

1/2tsp                          Ground black pepper

Ingredients for the sauce “Jaew”:

2tbs                             Coriander-finely chopped

1tbs                              Garlic-finely chopped

1/2tsp                          Bird eye red chilli-deseeded and finely chopped

2tbs                              Fish sauce

2tbs                              Lemon juice

1tbs                              Light soy sauce

1tbs                               Water

2tsp                              Coconut sugar

2tsp                               Sugar

1tsp                                Cornflour

5                                     Cherry tomato-halved

1tbs                                Oil


-Mix the pork steaks, salt, pepper and oil in the mixing bowl. then leave it to marinate for at least 30 minutes.

-Gently heat the vegetable oil and garlic in the saucepan. Once, the garlic turns slightly golden in colour. Add the red chilli, fish sauce, soy sauce, coconut sugar, sugar, tomatoes. Gently heat and stir until the sugar dissolved.

-Mix the cornflour and water in the small bowl. Add the flour mixture into the saucepan. Keep stirring until the cornflour cooked (the liquid turn darker in colour). Remove the sauce from the heat.

-Drizzle honey on the pork steaks. Then cook them on the heated the griddle pan. Cook approx 6-8 minutes (turn every 2 minutes on each side).

-You can either drizzle 1-2 tablespoon of the sauce on each steak then serve. Or serve it aside as a dipping sauce.

-Best serve Weeping Tiger with Thai sticky rice or Thai jasmine rice and crunchy salad.


-Keep close eye whilst cooking the garlic as it is easily burnt.

-The original Weeping Tiger uses a good quality beef steak. Cook accordingly as to how you like it. 

-Struggle to find  Bird eye chilli ?  Feel free to use the chilli flake instead.

-Thais love eating Weeping Tiger with Spicy Papaya Salad and Thai Sticky RiceHappy cooking.??

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