slow cooked coconut + green curry pork

last night we had this delicious + spicy slow cooked green curry pork. and all it took was 4 ingredients! pork, coconut milk, a can of green curry paste, a little oil ( i just used the pork fat i rendered when i browned the pork to cook the curry paste). of course salt + pepper, too but they dont count… i dont own a crock pot so i just improvised and used my trusty dutch oven. i altered the recipe a tad to my liking and below is the tweaked recipe. if you want to see the original post + recipe, click on the pic above.

binäre optionen bank de swiss this turned out “friggin’ delicious” as my eloquent husband proclaimed last night and i’d say i have to agree with him. the pork truly does get spoon tender and falls completely apart in all its tender juiciness while it slowly cooks in its fat and the coconut milk. this makes about 6 servings, we served it over brown rice with steamed broccolini ( with its leafy greens still attached) from the farmers market and garnished with cilantro. friggin’ delicious.

Jag behöver beställa viagra utan recept slow cooked coconut + green curry pork Between 2 and 3 pounds pork butt or pork shoulder

iq option ciao Kosher salt and freshly-ground black pepper

1 can Thai green curry paste

opzione binarie 60 1 can coconut milk + 1 cup coconut milk at end to finish

Chopped cilantro or chives, to serve (optional)

1 T canola oil

preheat oven to 250 degrees

cut the pork into 3 or 4 large chunks and season generously with s + p.  heat oil over med hi heat and brown the pork, making sure to get a nice brown crust on all sides. remove pork. lower heat to med and toss in the green curry paste (careful, it will splatter as it cooks!) and stir + cook until fragrant, about 3-5 minutes. dump in entire can of coconut milk and whisk. bring to a boil, add pork back in, put lid on and place in oven.

cook, covered for 4 hours. after 2 hours, flip the meat. check on it occasionally and give it a little stir.

this is a spicy dish, and i love spicy, but i also wanted the coconut milk flavor to shine through so i added another 1 cup coconut milk during the last 20 minutes of cooking.

Comments 1

  1. Jordan wrote:

    Mhm sounds delicious!! Except for the pork these are ingredients I always have in my pantry so I’ll probably head to the butcher’s tomorrow and cook this for dinner :)

    Posted 24 Aug 2014 at 6:29 am

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