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PORK SATAY

Category:    Appetizers, Pork
Yield:6 servings
 
    1/2 lb Boneless Pork; Lean               1/4 c  Peanut Butter; Chunky/Smooth
      2 tb Soy Sauce                         1/2 ts Salt
      2 tb Steak Sauce; Thick                  5 ea Hot Pepper Sauce; drops
     10 ea Apricots; Dried                
 
  Cut the pork into 3/4-inch cubes and combine with the soy sauce and steak
  sauce.  Cover and refrigerate for several hour, stirring occasionally.
  Meanwhile, simmer the apricots in 3/4 c water for 5 minutes.  Place the
  apricots and their cooking liquid in a blender container or food processor.
  Add peanut butter, salt, and hot pepper sauce.  Cover and process until
  smooth.  Reheat when ready to serve.  Thread the marinated pork cubes on
  skewers.  (If you use wooden skewers, soak them in water 2 hours before
  using.)  Brush with remaining soy sauce mixture.  Cook over hot coals or
  under broiler for 6 to 8 minutes, turning often.  Serve with the warm
  apricot-peanut butter sauce for dipping. NOTE: Satay serves 2 when served
  as a main course.  Double the meat portion of the recipe for 4 people. If
  you like, serve kabobs of mushrooms along with the pork. Thread small fres
  mushrooms on separate skewers, brush with melted butter and grill or broil
  along with the pork.
 

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