MU PING AND KAI YANG

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Marinabe for Grilled Skewered Pork and
Grilled Chicken Breast Thai Style
(MU PING AND KAI YANG)



INGREDIENTS : Mu Ping
Soy sauce 1/4 cup
Sweet dark soy 1.5 tbsp.
Soy seasoning sauce (Maggi)1/4 cup
Granulated sugar 3 - 4 tbsp.
Ground pepper 1 tsp.
Chopped garlic 2tbsp.
Chopped coriander roots 1 tbsp.
Pork, sliced into thin strips1 lb.
Bamboo skewers 15 - 20 pieces
Marinade for Grilled Skewered Pork (Mu Ping)
1. Marinate the pork strips in the seasoning mix for two hours or more.
2. Skewer the pork strips onto the bamboo skewers which have been soaked in water, leaving enough exposed skewer for handling when grilling.
3. Grill skewered pork over charcoal or broil until cooked. Serve hot with steamed sticky rice.







INGREDIENTS : Kai Yong
Boneless chicken breast with skin 6 pcs. X 5 oz.
Fish sauce 2 tbsp.
Coriander roots, chopped 2 tbsp.
Garlic, peeled and chopped 1.5 tbsp.
Ground white pepper 1 tsp.
Ground dry turmeric 1.5 tsp.
(4 servings)


Grilled Chicken Breast Thai Style (Kai Yang)
1. Wash chicken and pat dry, flatten slightly with wooden mallet to ensure even cooking.
2. Make a marinade by blending together coriander roots, garlic, white pepper and turmeric in a food processor adding fish sauce to form a smooth paste. Marinade the chicken pieces in this mixture for at least half an hour.
3. Grill the chicken pieces over charcoal on a moderate heat until cooked and golden. (Ten minutes if the chicken pieces are not too thick). You can also roast the chicken in the oven, skin side up and uncovered at 220 C for 20 minutes.
4. Served with sweet chili dipping sauce.
Fresh coriander or cilantro is now available in good supermarkets all over the world, usually in the fresh herbs section. Coriander roots are usually cut off from the stems of the bunches of fresh coriander when sold. Ask your grocer for the roots or use coriander stems as substitute. Sweet chili dipping sauce is sold in Asian grocery stores under the name 'grilled chicken dipping sauce' (nam jim kai).

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