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Mou Krob (Crispy Pork)

This Crispy Pork is Chinese style. Some family is best served with stir-fried pak choi, but my daughter don't like much vegetable, then I decided to made this Crispy Pork with rice for my little girl. Thais like for breakfast eating till all day dining also.

  • 800 g. streaky pork
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 3 Tbsp thin soy sauce
  • 1 Tbsp seasoning soy sauce
  • 1 Tbsp sugar
  • 8 cups water
  • 2 cups vegetable oil
  • Pour water in a pot, bring to boil on medium-high heat, add cleaned streaky pork, season with salt and 1 Tbsp thin soy sauce, reduce heat to low and simmer for 1 hour until the pork is tender.
  • Pierce pork skin with folk all over the strip, pat dry, and cut along the strip in half.
  • Mix thin soy sauce, 2 Tbsp seasoning soy sauce, and sugar in a mixing bowl, add boiled pork strips, stir well, and marinate for 1 hour.
  • Preheat oven at 325˚F. Bring marinated pork strips on rack and let both side dry well.
  • Bake the strips for 30 minutes.
  • Heat oil in a wok on medium-low heat. When oil is hot, add baked pork strips, deep fry until both sides are crispy, remove from heat and drain well.
  • Cut crispy pork into pieces serve with hot steamed rice.
  • set aside with sliced cucumber, green onion, boiled egg.



Mmmm, there's nothing better than crispy pork products. This looks fantastic.
Gabe's Girl said…
I love crispy pork. This dish seems worth the effort. I love how the ingredients are simple, but the result is amazing.
Anonymous said…
The crispy pork calls for 3 Tbsp thin soy sauce & 1 Tbsp seasoning soy sauce. What is the difference between Thin Soy Sauce and Seasoning Soy Sauce? I only have Soy Sauce in my kitchen.
Tan.wiratchada said…
Hi Marc,
Happy to see you here with lovely comment;)

Hi Gabe's Gairl,
Welcome to my page and thank you for stopping in with lovely comment too.;)

Hi Demetrio's,
Thank you for stopping in with nice comment.;)
Tan.wiratchada said…
Hi Anonymous,
Thanks for the question. In Thailand when we cooking about deep fry pork or any. We like to mix all meat with Light(thin)soy sauce, seasaning soy sauce for more color and smell and some time I also pour some oyster sauce also.

If you interesting to cooking this recipe, you don't need follow all ingredients I have using. You can use what you have and cook your style. I do the same also.

Enjoy cooking.
Anonymous said… looks delicious and definitely going to try it soon in my kitchen.thanks(:
Hi Tan,

Thanks for the Recipe.First class.
I`ve used Milk Porc and was much too soft.Next Time I take streaky Pork.

Greeting Jacob
Tebonin said…
This is what I am looking for. I love Chinese crispy pork. However, I always can not make it as crispy as u guys did.

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