Spice Penang Curry
Create a wonderful Southeast Asian meal with Penang Curry blend. A great combination of citrus, herb and heat, Penang Curry blend makes it easy to have an exotic meal. Create a traditional savory curry by combining 2 Tbs of Penang Curry blend with 1 Tbs of nut butter, a dash of fish sauce or salt, and a cup of coconut milk or water to gently simmer your meat or vegetables. We also use Penang Curry blend in ground meats, soups, roasted meats and rice.
Certified USDA Organic, Certified Kosher, Gluten Free, Non-GMO
80 gm (2.8 oz) of Spice in a Reusable Tin
1 out of 5 Heat
Ingredients: Galangal, Lemon Grass, White Pepper,Cilantro,Coriander, Cumin, Cayenne, Onion, Garlic
Penang Pork Ribs
Makes 2 large servings, double as necessary
10 oz boneless pork ribs (loin will work too)
6 oz pineapple, sliced
1 small onion
1 large red/orange peppers, or 7 mini
1 C broth
1/3 C coconut milk (the thick canned kind, but look for it with no additional ingredients) + 1/3 C water
1 Tbsp + 1 tsp Penang curry
1 Tbsp peanut, almond, cashew, or sunflower seed butter
Plus rice, or riced cauliflower to top.
- Preheat oven to 300.
- Chop pork into bite size pieces. Salt, pepper, and cover with 1 tsp Penang Curry and place in a pan over high heat and brown all edges slightly. (do not cook through)
- Remove from heat, and place in a large oven safe pot with lid, cover with 1 cup or so of both (halfway covering pork) and put in the oven for about 1 hour, flipping halfway through. Go ahead and prepare riced cauliflower or rice for later.
- About 20 minutes before pork is done, chop veggies and pineapple into small pieces. Sauté the onion and peppers in a large pan until soft. Now add in 1/3 cup coconut milk, 1/3 cup water, 1 tbsp peanut or almond butter, and 1 tbsp Penang Curry. Mix well. Add pineapple. Cook on medium high to reduce and thicken sauce.
- When pork is finished, add to pan, and mix to cover pork with sauce.
- Once sauce has thickened, reduce heat, and spoon mixture over rice and serve.
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