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Frizzy Pork Hair Sandwich ( Sandwich Mu Yong )


This is one of the uses for frizzy pork hair. We eat it as breakfast food with coffee. The pork hair (really dried pork meat rubbed into fine strands) has a very salty savoury taste and rough texture and the condensed milk is very sweet and has a sticky texture and the two together balance each other out. This is probably one of the simplest Thai dishes to make.

Frizzy Pork
Condensed Milk
White Sandwich Bread

1. Cover the bread with frizzy pork.
2. Drizzle with condensed milk.
3. Serve. Yes it's that easy!

Comments (5)


Hi Appon -

I've just found your site - it's great - I can't wait to try out some of the recipes.

The reason I came across your site was that I was looking around for some information about Thai breakfasts. Recently, whilst in Bangkok, I had what the hotel said was a traditional Thai breakfast. It consisted of rice, a salt egg, a stir-fry of pork, birds-eye chillis, lime juice and fish sauce, and some pickled white radishes. I was wondering, do you have any idea what the radishes are called? I'd really like to re-create the breakfast for my friends, as it was delicious. I live in London, so I should think I'll be able to find them somewhere - but I don't know what to ask for!

I'd appreciate your help -




Something like this:

I'm not sure what the radish is, could it have been preserve turnip which is often eaten with rice soup?

There are several soft rice dishes in the 'Rice Dishes' section of the recipe browser:


Brilliant - thanks Appon - this looks very similar to what I had. Will try it out on my friends next Saturday.



Ooooh.... I love pork floss sandwiches but never thought of drizzling condensed milk in them. It must taste even better. Thanks for sharing your recipes, Appon :-)


I absolutely love your sight.I know you get a lot of requests but when ever you can get around to it I would love to get a good recipe for the kind of Spicy Basil Fried rice that so many Thai restaurants have.Keep up the great work,you're recipes are very inspiring.

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