Thai Crispy Fried Pork with Garlic (Moo Tod Gratiem)

Thai Crispy Pork with Garlic

Thai Crispy Fried Pork with Garlic (Moo Tod Gratiem)

Moo Tod Gratiem can be found as Crispy Fried Pork in the street food stalls of Thailand. It is a very simple and also a non spicy dish of the Thai cuisine. If you´d like it spicy prepare it with fresh chilis or serve with Nam Pla Prik.

Where can I eat this dish in Thailand?

Moo Tod Gratiem can be found in nearby every street food stall, Thai-shop or restaurant that offers Thaifood. The most served version is with pork but you can also order this dish with chicken (Gai Tod Gratiem) or beef (Nuea Tod Gratiem).


lactose free meat

300 g pork meat
6-8 garlic cloves, finely chopped
2 tsp black pepper
2 tbs black soysauce
3 tbs oystersauce
1 tsp palm sugar
3-4 tbs peanut oil

First cut pork into bite-sized pieces and tranfer into a bowl. Mix meat with the remaining ingredients and place in the fridge to let it marinate for at least 30 minutes.

Now heat peanut pil in a wok or pan and stir fry pork until it is brown and the garlic is lightly crispy. Drain meat by using a sieve and a kitchen towel.

Serve Moo Tod Gratiem with fresh cooked jasmin rice and stir fried veggies (Pad Pak Muam).

Thai Crispy Pork with Garlic

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