Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Dinnertime - Shiksa-Bob

Stock Photo - we ate this too quickly for pictures!
Many of you know my affinity for pork products.  If not, you should click here.  I also like the flavors of India and Asia, and I'm looking for new things to do once we start harvesting the ample supply of wild pigs in this country.

1# Pork Sirloin, in 1-inch cubes

1 Cup Buttermilk
1 Cup Cilantro, loosely packed
2 Cloves Garlic
1 Tbsp Thai green curry paste
1 Jalepeno or Thai chile, or more to taste
1 Tbsp kosher salt
1 Large Onion, 1-inch dice

Combine all ingredients except pork and onion in a blender, puree until smooth.  If you don't want to buy buttermilk, you can combine one cup milk and one tablespoon of vinegar.  In a large bowl, add the contents of the blender to the pork and stir to coat.  Cover and refrigerate overnight.

The next day, alternate onion slices and pork cubes on skewers, and cook over high heat on a grill or under the broiler (if it won't stop raining, like here in Cleveland, for example.) until golden brown. 

I served this on warm naan with a green mango chutney from the latest cookbook in our collection, you could add this to rice or even add the marinade to tomato sauce and yogurt for a sauce.  Makes four servings.

3 comments:

Frank Irwin said...

Sounds good, and I'll bet it looked a lot better than that photo.

Frank Irwin said...

stalking...

Pagan Sphinx said...

How did your mint chutney turn out? My ex tried endless times to make mint chutney with fresh mint from our own garden, dried mint from our own garden, all kinds of consistencies...it never turned out that great.

Be nice and share!

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