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Pork & Apple Donuts ( Donuts Mu Tod )


This is another version of the fake donuts . That one was chicken and pineapple, but the classic combination of pork and apple works too.

150 gms Pork Mince
3 Garlic Cloves
2 Coriander Root
1 Teaspoon Ground Pepper
2 Tablespoons Light Soy Sauce
2 Tablespoons Oyster Sauce
2 Tablespoons Chopped Spring Onion
2 Tablespoons Wheat Flour
1 Egg
1-2 Apples
Bread Crumbs
Oil for Deep Frying

1. Pound the garlic, coriander, and pepper together. Mix with the pork mince. Add all the sauces, chopped spring onions, eggs and flour and mix together.
2. Leave it for 30 minutes to meld.
3. Peel, core and slice an apple. For this the apple slices should be 1cm or more thick.
4. Press the meat onto the apple.
5. Place the breadcrumbs on a plate and cover the donut with the crumbs.
6. Fry at 180 degrees celsius (medium) until golden brown. Check that it's cooked in the center, the apple can hold back the cooking of the meat in the center.

Comments (1)


Hello Khiewchanta,

I'm pim and i'm leaving in France.
I came back to France a year ago after 5 years in north Thailand.
I love you're country and the food too.

As i'm missing a lot of ingredient, I would like to propose a deal:
If you need anything for your western food I can send it to you, and if you can send me some curries or other, it will be fantastic!

Why don't you open a shop of premium and necessary ingredients as curry and dried shrimps...

Please contact me back i would be realy happy.
If you have MSN I will be glad to speak thaï with you.

Have a nice day!

[Appon] You will find it much easier to get hold of the ingredients in France from stores like Paris Store and Tang Freres. I've seen the curry paste in Carrefour too when I visited France.

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