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Pork Ball and Noodle Starter (Bami Mu Gorn)

Recipe #: 65  |  Submitted By: Unknown  |  Last Modified: 11 Apr 2008

Description: This is a very small plate of pork balls and noodles served as a starter or with an alcoholic drink as a snack. The pork is seasonsed with red teriyaki powder seasoning which gives it its distinct taste.

Servings: N/A

Pork Ball and Noodle Starter (Bami Mu Gorn)
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Ingredients for Pork Ball and Noodle Starter (Bami Mu Gorn)

 green noodles

 150g pork mince

 1 tbsp teriyaki seasoning powder

 1/3 tsp salt

 1 tsp sugar

 2 coriander roots (pounded)


Directions for Pork Ball and Noodle Starter (Bami Mu Gorn)

1. Mix the pork mince and teriyaki powder, salt, sugar and pounded coriander root.

2. Leave to mix for 30 minutes, then roll the meat into mini balls of pork.

3. Boil a pan of water, and add the noodles. Simmer for 2 minutes then remove and rinse with cold water. You can keep the boiling water and reuse to steam the finished dish.

4. Take the noodles and pork balls and set them on small plates. Steam the whole plate until the pork is cooked (approx 10 minutes), then serve.


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