Pork Satay with Pressed Rice (Nasi Impit)

Pork Satay with Pressed Rice (Nasi Impit)

What is better than blend and cook in Thermomix? Without having to change the pot to a conventional blender is huge time saving. Plus, cooking the meat in the sauce give a wonderful flavour!

Yields6 Servings
A
 100 g Roasted Peanut
B
 6 Dried Chili (Soaked)
 1 Fresh Chili (Deseeded)
 30 g Shallots
 20 g Cloves Garlic
 1 Stalk Lemongrass (Cut Into Pieces)
 10 g Galangal
 15 g Fresh Ginger
 10 g Turmeric
 50 g Oil
C
 600 g Pork Belly ( Sliced)
 30 g Light Soy Sauce
D
 20 g Tamarind Paste
 100 g Water
 20 g Brown Sugar
Pressed Rice & Side Dishes
 1000 g Water
 300 g Pearl Rice
 1 pinch Salt
 6 Pandan Leaves (Optional)
 1 Fresh Cucumber (Cut into cubes)
Pressed Rice (Nasi Impit)
1

Place water in mixing bowl. Insert simmering basket, add washed rice, salt and pandan leaves into it, cook 20 min | 100°C | Speed 3.5

2

Remove simmering basket with aid of spatula, transfer rice into a thermal serving bowl and press it firm with a spoon. Reserve and set aside.

Marinade Pork Belly
3

Place a shallow bowl on mixing bowl lid, weigh in ingredient C then cover and leave to marinate. Meanwhile, make peanut sauce.

Peanut Sauce
4

Put in the Ingredient A into mixing bowl and chop for 5 sec | Speed 6 then transfer to a clean bowl and set aside.

5

Place all the ingredients B into mixing bowl and chop for 10 sec | Speed 10

6

Scrap down the ingredients from the side and sauté for 10 mins | 120ºC | Speed 1

7

Add reserved marinade pork, peanut and ingredient C into the mixing bowl. Gently stir to combine with spatula, then cook for 20 mins | 120ºC | ⤺Speed 0.5

8

Remove and separate the sauce and pork into 2 separate bowl and let the pork cool enough to handle by hands.

Assembling and cooking the skewers
9

Preheat the oven to grill mode 180 ° C. (Optional for grilling, you may serve without grilling)

10

Place the meat strips on the bamboo sticks and arrange on a baking tray. Repeat the process with the rest of the meat.

11

Grill for 5 - 10 minutes (180 ° C) or until lightly browned.

12

Once the skewers are browned, arrange the skewers on a serving plate with pressed rice, fresh cucumbers and serve with peanut sauce.

Ingredients

A
 100 g Roasted Peanut
B
 6 Dried Chili (Soaked)
 1 Fresh Chili (Deseeded)
 30 g Shallots
 20 g Cloves Garlic
 1 Stalk Lemongrass (Cut Into Pieces)
 10 g Galangal
 15 g Fresh Ginger
 10 g Turmeric
 50 g Oil
C
 600 g Pork Belly ( Sliced)
 30 g Light Soy Sauce
D
 20 g Tamarind Paste
 100 g Water
 20 g Brown Sugar
Pressed Rice & Side Dishes
 1000 g Water
 300 g Pearl Rice
 1 pinch Salt
 6 Pandan Leaves (Optional)
 1 Fresh Cucumber (Cut into cubes)

Directions

Pressed Rice (Nasi Impit)
1

Place water in mixing bowl. Insert simmering basket, add washed rice, salt and pandan leaves into it, cook 20 min | 100°C | Speed 3.5

2

Remove simmering basket with aid of spatula, transfer rice into a thermal serving bowl and press it firm with a spoon. Reserve and set aside.

Marinade Pork Belly
3

Place a shallow bowl on mixing bowl lid, weigh in ingredient C then cover and leave to marinate. Meanwhile, make peanut sauce.

Peanut Sauce
4

Put in the Ingredient A into mixing bowl and chop for 5 sec | Speed 6 then transfer to a clean bowl and set aside.

5

Place all the ingredients B into mixing bowl and chop for 10 sec | Speed 10

6

Scrap down the ingredients from the side and sauté for 10 mins | 120ºC | Speed 1

7

Add reserved marinade pork, peanut and ingredient C into the mixing bowl. Gently stir to combine with spatula, then cook for 20 mins | 120ºC | ⤺Speed 0.5

8

Remove and separate the sauce and pork into 2 separate bowl and let the pork cool enough to handle by hands.

Assembling and cooking the skewers
9

Preheat the oven to grill mode 180 ° C. (Optional for grilling, you may serve without grilling)

10

Place the meat strips on the bamboo sticks and arrange on a baking tray. Repeat the process with the rest of the meat.

11

Grill for 5 - 10 minutes (180 ° C) or until lightly browned.

12

Once the skewers are browned, arrange the skewers on a serving plate with pressed rice, fresh cucumbers and serve with peanut sauce.

Pork Satay with Pressed Rice (Nasi Impit)
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