Grilled Pork with Jaew Sauce

<b>Grilled Pork with Jaew Sauce</b>


Pork Tenderloin

1 piece

Takumi Aji® Shoyu I Pun

1 /2 teaspoon

RosDee pork flavor seasoning with garlic and pepper

1 /8 teaspoon

Medium spicy chili sauce for preparing marinated pork

1 tablespoon

Cayenne pepper

1 /4 teaspoon

Water for preparing marinated pork

1 teaspoon

Goma-Shoyu Salad Dressing
(Ajinomoto Salad Dressing Brand)

3/4 cup + 1 tablespoon

Takumi Aji® Teriyaki

1 /2 cup+1 teaspoon

Medium spicy chili sauce for preparing Jaew sauce

3 /4 cup +2 tablespoon

Water for preparing Jaew sauce

1 /4 cup

RosDee Menu Laab Thai spicy minced meat

3 sachets + 2 tablespoon

Chopped culantro

4 1 /2 tablespoon

Vegetable oil

1 tablespoon

Chopped cabbage for decoration

10 g

Salad vegetable for decoration

5 g

Jaew sauce

40 g

Steamed Japanese rice

150 g

Cooking Method

How to prepare the marinated pork

  1. Chop the pork tenderloin into 1-1.5 cm
  2. Add Takumi Aji® Shoyu I Pun, RosDee pork flavor seasoning with garlic and pepper, chili sauce, cayenne pepper, and water into a bowl and mix them well .
  3. Marinate the pork tenderloin for at least 30 minutes, and keep it at 1-5°C.

How to prepare Jaew sauce

  1. Mix Goma-Shoyu Salad Dressing (Ajinomoto Salad dressing Brand), Takumi Aji® Teriyaki, chili suace, and water together.
  2. Add RosDee Menu Laab Thai spicy minced meat and stir until its well combined.
  3. Sprinkle chopped culantro, and mix them together. (The amount of Jaew sauce is available for 18 servings )

How to serve

  1. Set the pan to medium heat and add some vegetable oil. Then grill the pork until it’s cooked and cut it into 6 pieces.
  2. Decorate the dish with minced cabbage, pork, and salad vegetables.
  3. Serve with Jaew sauce and steamed Japanese rice


  • Don’t cut the tenderloin too thick as it is the part with the least fat, and it may take time for the pork to be cooked.
  • When marinating, the pork will gradually absorb the sauce as it gets marinated. If the sauce starts to disapper, it means the pork is well marinated.
  • The pork could be kept at 1-5°C for 2 days after marinated. Keep the pork in the freezer if you want to keep it longer.
  • If you want to to keep the Jaew sauce longer, seal it into a container and keep it at 1-5 °C. With this, the sauce is able to kept for 3 days. Also, do not immediately add the chopped culantro into the sauce that is intended to be kept, as the color of the culantro might turns brown and looks unappetizing. Jaew sauce should not be kept for longer than 3 days, as roasted rice will swell up and look unappetizing.

Preparation time: 30 minutes

Cooking time: 5-10 minutes

Cost: 23 THB

Recommended price: 80-120 THB