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Pork larb

This quick dish is tantilising with pork, cooked in spicy chilli, garlic and fish sauce.
Pork Lamb

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Originating in Laos, Larb is a dish often found in Thai restaurants around Australia and consists of a spicy mince-based salad fragrant with lime, chilli and lemongrass. Larb is a spicy salad based on minced chicken, beef or pork. It’s popular in Vietnam and Thailand, and regarded as the national dish of Laos.

This version has been made with Australian Pork mince which is light enough to perfectly complement the fragrant flavours and low in fat for a superb low carb dinner idea.

Our tofu larb recipe comes with 4 meal prep options so you can either enjoy it as a family meal or as a tasty dish all week.

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Pork lamb


Pork lamb

1.Heat oil in a large non-stick fry pan; cook chilli and garlic, stirring, until the chilli mixture is fragrant.
2.Add the pork; cook, stirring, until cooked through. Add the fish sauce and half of the juice; cook, stirring for 5 minutes or until well combined. Transfer mixture to a large bowl; stir in the herbs, onion and remaining lime juice.
3.Serve pork mixture with lettuce leaves.

Adjust the amount of chilli to suit your taste. If you enjoy hot food, leave the seeds in; for a mild version, use large chillies.


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