How to make it

  • Slice the meat into thin strips and pound it with the serrated side of a meat mallet. Put all of the other ingredients into the blender and mix it well. Put the marinade and pork into a ziploc and squish it around. Let it sit for 15-30 minutes.
  • Heat a large flat skillet or wok on high. Add some canola oil and let it continue to heat until it starts smoking. Add the pork and the marinade to the skillet. Depending on the size of the skillet you may have to do this in two batches or use two skillets since you don't want to overwhelm the heating surface. I have a 15" skillet that worked just right.
  • Keeping the heat on high you want to let the pork sit and cook. Don't stir it until your reasonably certain that you've got a nice brown, carmely crust. Keep doing this and eventually the marinade will be clinging to the pork strips and everything will be a brown, carmely mess.

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    " It was excellent "
    pineapplemaui ate it and said...
    Great! One tip...reserve some of the satay sauce for a light brush on the meat once it's cooked. Delicious! Thanks for your tasty recipe Vanessa!
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    " It was excellent "
    aussie_meat_pie ate it and said...
    This is a nice change from Chicken Satay..
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    " It was excellent "
    sitbynellie ate it and said...
    Made this for dinner tonight - lovely! Husband thought it was 'delightful'. I didn't think I'd like the fish sauce ingredient but it worked really well with all the other flavours. Clean plates.
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