My Favourite Thai Minced Pork Dishes

It’s pretty simple; fry some minced pork with a combination of ingredients typical of Thai cuisine and something magical happens in your mouth. Below are three of my favorite minced pork dishes.

Moo Pad Krapow


Moo Pad Krapow is one of the most popular dishes in Thailand and a classic if you’re in a restaurant and don’t know what to order. This spicy stir-fried dish is made with pork, holy basil, garlic, chilies, a sweet dark soy, and oyster sauce traditionally served with a fried egg on top of the rice.

Larb Moo


Larb (pronounced laab) Moo is a dish originating from the northeastern Thailand (Isaan), but It’s highly popular in all of Thailand. It’s such a genius combination of ingredients; minced pork, toasted rice powder, lime juice, chilies, fish sauce, shallots, and herbs, garnished with mint leaves. Seriously, give the man/woman who invented this dish a medal!

Moo Pad Kapi Sataw


One of the most popular southern Thai dishes includes shrimp paste and sataw beans (also known as stink beans or bitter beans). Pretty smelly ingredients when uncooked, but incredibly flavorful when cooked.

What is your favorite Thai dish? Let me know in the comments below.

2 thoughts on “My Favourite Thai Minced Pork Dishes

  1. Bernardo Per Fredrik Pebaqué September 30, 2017 / 10:08 am

    My favourite thai dish is chicken, rice and vegetables with cocnutmilk, the one called green curry around here. The thai tastes blew me away when I tried thai cuisine for the first time and I only ate thai food for weeks.

    • Anders October 1, 2017 / 8:15 am

      I know what you mean Bernardo! I also remember the first time I tried Thai food, which actually was the green curry with chicken you’re talking about, known as Gang Kiew Wan Gai in Thai.

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