Monday, April 29, 2013

Ground Pork with Coconut milk (Khmer Prohok Khtis)

Ground Pork with Coconut milk (Khmer Prohok Khtis)

This is my second recipes of Prohok Khtis with lemongrass in my blog.
 2 T of lemongrass paste 
2 cups of ground pork
1 T of oil
1/2 cup of coconut milk
2 T of sugar (more or less up to you, but this recipe need to be a bit sweet because the prohok is salty)
1/4 cup of tiny pea eggplants and 5 to 6 red Thai chilies (fry it with oil first so it won’t taste bitter)
1 big rice spoon of good Khmer Prohok

In a pot or fry pan heat oil until hot
Add lemongrass paste fry for a minute or so
Add ground pork stir fry with lemongrass until pork is no longer pink
Now add coconut milk, sugar, and Prohok.
Mix them all together let it boil and the pork is cooked (it it is too thick you can add a bit of water to it)
Now add tiny eggplants and chilies mix it well, let it cook for few minutes
Taste and adjust the flavor according to your liking

Serve Prohok Khtis with rice and any young vegetables you like


1 comment:

  1. Hi Tevy, thanks for sharing the recipe! I have been following your blogs to learn how to cook Khmer food and they turn out so yummy!