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BBQ PORK WITH SATE SAUCE
This is one of my own recipes that I have developed over the years
and I'm prepared to share it with you because it is so fantastic!
I usually make up a "job lot" and put 10oz. portions into my freezer for later!
Follow the instructions carefully for a sumptuous meal for two people!
"And what's the recipe today, David........."
"BBQ PORK WITH SATE SAUCE"
To marinade the Pork for a few hours
you will need.........
1lb. of cubed Pork.
2 dessert spoons of Oil.
3 tablespoons of dark Soya Sauce
2 good teaspoons of Tomato Puree.
A squirt of Lemon Juice.
1 crushed Garlic bulb.
Half a teaspoon of crushed Chillies (or Chilli powder) to taste.
The amounts needed will vary according to taste.
Mix all the above together and leave to marinate for a few hours,
mixing from time to time.
"And this is what you do........."
Whilst gently cooking the marinaded Pork in its own juices
you can be making the Sate Sauce and cooking the Rice or Egg Noodles.
Prepare the following in advance....
An ounce of creamed coconut from a solid block,
1 teaspoon of sugar
A pinch of salt
and mix all these ingredients in a half a pint of boiling water and stir. Put aside.
THE SATE SAUCE:
Fry a medium grated or finely chopped onion in a little oil.
When onions are soft add 3 good dessert spoonfulls of Smooth Peanut Butter and gently fry on a low light untill all is soft and the peanut butter is melted.
(You can add a very small amount of dried chillies here if you want to.)
Now slowly blend in the coconut and water, stirring all the time.
It will soon become nice and smooth and a bit thicker.
Simmer for about 5 minutes.
Now add all the cooked marinated pork and continue to simmer for about 10 minutes, stirring from time to time.
(If you want to, you can add the juices from the pork to this sauce too!)
If you like a darker colour to this sauce add some dark Soya Sauce to suit.
The Noodles or Rice should be ready by now so strain and toss in
some Toasted Sesame Oil.
Serve the BBQ Pork and Sate sauce on a bed of Rice or Noodles.
(An optional extra could be to include sweet fresh minted garden peas.)
This really is a tasty meal with a genuine sate sauce and is quite filling!
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