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Pat Kanaa Muu Grop (Stir-Fried Crispy Pork with Chinese Broccoli)

I call this the Thai version of picking up a roast chicken at the supermarket, it's so easy!


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Pat Kanaa Muu Grop (Stir-Fried Crispy Pork with Chinese Broccoli)
March 26, 2024
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Pat Kanaa Muu Grop (Stir-Fried Crispy Pork with Chinese Broccoli)

I call this dish the Thai equivalent of buying a roast chicken at the shops for an easy dinner. While it is not QUITE as easy as just unbagging a roast chicken, this dish takes next to no time to whip together when buying roast pork from our local Chinese restaurant.

Of course, if you want to roast the pork belly yourself, go for it, but I personally can never be bothered especially with the clean up. A quick reheat in the wok with a few key ingredients and enjoyed with freshly cooked rice. It’s so easy and damn delicious.

Pat Kanaa Muu Grop (Stir-Fried Crispy Pork with Chinese Broccoli)

David Thompson
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  • 1 small bunch Chinese broccoli
  • 200g roast pork, cut into 1cm slices
  • 1 tbsp oyster sauce
  • a little light soy sauce
  • a few tbsp stock or water
  • pinch of white sugar
  • 1 tbsp chopped garlic
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil
  • punch of ground white pepper


  • Clean the Chinese broccoli then cut the stalks into roughly 3cm lengths, peeling them if necessary. Tear or cut the leaves into large pieces.
  • Assemble the prepared broccoli and the roast pork, along with the oyster sauce, soy sauce, stock or water and sugar. Crush the garlic to a somewhat coarse paste with the salt – either by pounding it using a pestle and mortar or finely chopping it with a knife.
  • Heat a well-seasoned wok and add the oil. When it is fiercely hot, add the garlic and stir-fry briskly until it is coloured then add the assembled ingredients and continue to stir-fry for a few moments until the broccoli is cooked.
  • Sprinkle with the pepper and serve with steamed rice.

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