"Crying Tiger" Spicy Jaew Dipping Sauce Authentic Thai
Chef Pam-Pitchaya Utharntham shows off a delicious marinated Australian beef recipe to fill your special moments with joy with the original Thai “Tiger Crying” menu, complete with a spicy dipping sauce recipe. It's easy for anyone to make at home as all the ingredients for this dish can be found at leading supermarkets. All meat lovers will be delighted with the tender, juicy and intense flavors of Australian beef with every bite. Combined with ingredients, spices, Thai recipes that are delicious to your heart...
It's not as difficult as you'd think. It's not as difficult as you'd think. It's not as difficult as you think. If you have good quality meat, you don't need to cook much to spoil the taste. Just sprinkle with salt and pepper and grill, it's delicious. For this dish, Pam chooses Australian beef. Because it is a beef product that is naturally grass-fed in the vast fields in a sustainable and environmentally-friendly way of grazing. plus strict quality control at every step. From the raising process, fattening and processing of products with high standards that are accepted by leading meat restaurants around the world.
This menu, Chef Pam chooses the brisket. or what everyone is well known is Crying Tiger Meat This is ideal for slow cooking over low heat where you get tender and juicy meat. It also has a richer flavor than other meats that require a longer cooking time, such as the neck loin, and it pairs well with the spices used in this recipe. The key is to rest the roast for long enough until the meat cools down and cools down to a low temperature. Then cook them slowly, such as smoking, baking, or slow grilling. to make the meat soft and chewy, not sticky Then cut into bite-sized pieces. Ready to serve with dipping sauce
Chef Pam's Crying Tiger Recipe Beef Beef True Aussie Beef 500 g tsp salt (increase or decrease the amount as you like) Jaew sauce 1 tsp lime juice 1 tsp tamarind juice 2 tbsp fish sauce Roasted rice powder 1 tsp. chili powder 1 tsp. 5 g coriander, 5 g scallion, cooking process Set the pan over medium heat.Gently knead the salt with the prepared meat. Roast in the pan for 3-4 minutes, then cook on all sides and lift the meat out of the pan. (You can adjust the grilling time according to the thickness of the piece and according to your personal preference.) Let the meat rest for 2 minutes before cutting it into bite-sized pieces. Make dipping sauce, mix fish sauce, lime juice, tamarind juice, roasted rice powder, chili powder, coriander and chopped spring onions together. Serve roast beef with sticky rice and fresh vegetables.