Recipes - Thai

Steamed Pork Curry Cake
Steamed Pork Curry Cake


Called "Ho Mok" in Thai, this is a very traditional North Eastern Thai dish, influenced by Laos. Traditionally this dish is served in banana leaves shaped into boats or in mussel shells
Cooking Time: 15mins - 30mins
Serves:5 to 8
Total time: 30mins - 60mins
Course: Side
Cook Method: Steam
Cuisine: Thai









Ingredients:

3 tbsp Valcom Red Curry Paste
½ cup TCC Coconut Cream
1 tsp rice flour or corn starch
400g pork (finely minced)
1 cup TCC Coconut Milk
1 egg
2 tbsp Squid Fish Sauce
1 tsp sugar
½ - 1 cup basil leaves
½ cup Fresh Valcom Kaffir Lime Leaves (finely shredded)
mint (for garnish)
6 Soufflé cups




Steps:
  1. Mix coconut cream with flour and bring to the boil on low heat. Stir until thick, then set aside for topping.
  2. In a food processor, thoroughly combine pork, curry paste, sugar, egg and fish sauce. Slowly add coconut milk until thick and smooth. Add half the basil and kaffir lime leaves and mix well.
  3. Place basil leaves on the bottom of each cup, top with curry mixture and steam for 15-20 mins.
  4. Remove from steamer and top with thickened coconut cream, kaffir lime leaves and chillies. Return to steamer for 1 min and serve with steamed Jasmine rice.
  5. Alternatively, remove from mould and garnish with coconut cream, kaffir lime leaves, mint and chillies on individual plates.

Hint: If the steamer is made of aluminium and does not have a vent to allow the steam to escape, place the lid on an angle to prevent moisture from falling back into the cups whilst cooking.

 


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Called "Ho Mok" in Thai, this is a very traditional North Eastern Thai dish, influenced by Laos. Traditionally this dish is served in banana leaves shaped into boats or in mussel shells

Cooking Time: 15mins - 30mins
Serves: 5 to 8
Total time: 30mins - 60mins
Course: Side
Cook Method: Steam
Cuisine: Thai
Ingredients

3 tbsp Valcom Red Curry Paste
½ cup TCC Coconut Cream
1 tsp rice flour or corn starch
400g pork (finely minced)
1 cup TCC Coconut Milk
1 egg
2 tbsp Squid Fish Sauce
1 tsp sugar
½ - 1 cup basil leaves
½ cup Fresh Valcom Kaffir Lime Leaves (finely shredded)
mint (for garnish)
6 Soufflé cups

Instructions
  1. Mix coconut cream with flour and bring to the boil on low heat. Stir until thick, then set aside for topping.
  2. In a food processor, thoroughly combine pork, curry paste, sugar, egg and fish sauce. Slowly add coconut milk until thick and smooth. Add half the basil and kaffir lime leaves and mix well.
  3. Place basil leaves on the bottom of each cup, top with curry mixture and steam for 15-20 mins.
  4. Remove from steamer and top with thickened coconut cream, kaffir lime leaves and chillies. Return to steamer for 1 min and serve with steamed Jasmine rice.
  5. Alternatively, remove from mould and garnish with coconut cream, kaffir lime leaves, mint and chillies on individual plates.

Hint: If the steamer is made of aluminium and does not have a vent to allow the steam to escape, place the lid on an angle to prevent moisture from falling back into the cups whilst cooking.

 

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