Pad Thai Pig Ears

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Courtesy of Jorel Pierce, Euclid Hall

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  • For the Pad Thai Chili Sauce:

  • Combine all ingredients and bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer, for 10 minutes, blend mixture with burre-mixer. Strain though large perforated pan to catch any tamarind. Cool and store.
  • For the pig ears:

  • Flash fry the pig ears after dredging in ‘Oyster’ flour. Once crispy remove and season. (Be careful, without the crust on the pig ears they tend to pop a little in the fryer, try to avoid looking directly at them.).
  • Meanwhile, heat a small saute pan, brush with oil, add 2 T. whipped egg, scramble and add scallions, peanuts, 2oz Pad Thai sauce and the pig ears.
  • Coat ears with mixture and plate immediately. Garnish with bean sprouts, then cilantro and mint sprigs, place a lime wedge beside the “Pig Ear Pad Thai”.
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  1. gonzilla3
    Did you braise the ears before you julienne them? If so, how long and in what liquid?
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  2. Caz L.
    What is 'oyster flour'
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    Pad Thai Pig Ears Created by Food.com
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    Courtesy of Jorel Pierce, Euclid Hall
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