NORTHERN THAI STYLE DIP - Thai Food Made Easy
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NORTHERN THAI STYLE DIP

Northern Thai Style Dip

Serve:2

Ingredients for chilli paste:

130 gram                            Red onion-quartered

40 gram                              Red chilli-chunky cut

8 clove                                Garlic

1 tablespoon                      Vegetable oil

3/4 tablespoon                  Shrimp paste

Ingredients for the dip:

400 gram                             Mince pork

250 gram                             Cherry tomato-quartered

2 tablespoon                       Vegetable oil

1/2 tablespoon                   Soft brown sugar

1 teaspoon                           Granulated sugar

1 teaspoon                           Tomato paste

1 pinch                                  Salt

 

Method

-Put the red onion, chilli, garlic, shrimp paste, salt and vegetable oil in an electric blender. Blend until all the ingredients turn to a smooth paste.

-Gently fry the paste with 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil for approx 5 minutes.

-Add the minced pork and fry until it cooked (approx 6-7 minutes).

-In goes the cherry tomatoes, soft brown sugar, white sugar and tomato paste. Cook in medium heat until the tomatoes become soften (approx 18-20 minutes) Keep stirring.

-Lastly, add a pinch of salt and tomatoes paste. Fold all the ingredients together

-You can serve Northern Thai Style  Dip either hot or cold. I served it warm with Roman lettuce and Thai Jasmine rice.

Tip:

-If you can get a hold of dry roast chillies. Replace the fresh red chilli with 5-6 dry chillies.

-Believe it or not, this dip goes well with a good old pork scratching!