Thai BBQ Pork Chops
June 04th, 2014 5 Comments

Thai BBQ Pork Chops

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This summer, in addition to featuring my usual easy Asian recipes and cooking, I will be sharing an array of different Asian-style BBQ and grilling recipes with you. I am sure it will add a lot of new recipes and flavors to your annual BBQ repertoire, and it will make your tummy (and your guests’) very happy.

Every summer, when we host BBQ parties, other than American BBQ, we always have Asian BBQ items, such as Asian BBQ wings, lemongrass wings, grilled fish with banana leafMiddle-eastern kebabs, Sriracha grilled shrimp, Malaysian satay, Thai sate, beef satay, Japanese miso flank steak, Korean kalbi (BBQ short ribs), coconut cream grilled mussels, and the list just goes on and on. Suffice it to say, our summer is loaded with exotic and flavorful international recipes, and we and our guests are really well-fed.

Thai BBQ Pork Chops

Today, I am sharing with you a pork chop recipe which is Thai. We all know Thai food is utterly delicious and when it comes to pork chop, they also managed to seal in all the juicy flavors with minimal marinades. This Thai BBQ pork chop oozes the fragrance of coconut milk, with the nuance from the aromatics such as cilantro stems, turmeric powder, and garlic. It’s delicious!

Thai BBQ Pork Chops

Anyway, to add some exotic flavors to summer 2014, just follow my recipes here on Rasa Malaysia, or you can subscribe to my email newsletter. I also share new recipes and cooking ideas on Rasa Malaysia Facebook every day, so be sure to Like Rasa Malaysia on Facebook to get my updates on your Facebook feeds. You don’t want to miss out my new recipes.

Have a fantastic June!

RECIPE HERE: Thai BBQ Pork Chops
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5 comments... read them below or add one

  1. bobby1999 says:

    Parsley is a substitute for cilantro stems? Dunno just a web search

  2. julie says:

    @ bobby1999, cilantro in the UK may also be known as coriandor. It has a VERY distinct flavor.. not at all like parsley. HTH.

  3. Ms. Lim says:

    Hi Bee,
    I’ve tried alot of your recipes with amazing results! Keep up the good work! Just a quick question, is the sweet sauce in the ingredients “kecap manis sweet soy sauce” or regular sweet soy sauce??


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