Glazed Pork Satays
By :Stephanie Izard
I love taking the idea of street food right into the kitchen! There is something just fun about flavorful marinated meat on a stick, topped with bright burst blueberries. It is fun to make for dinner or as a fun finger food when friends and family come over!
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Prep Time 20 Minutes
Cook Time 6 Minutes
Servings
4 Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • This little goat went to Hong Kong sauce as needed
  • 75 g blueberries
  • This little goat went to New York everything crunch to taste
  • Cilantro as needed
  • Mint leaves as needed
  • 420 g white rice, steamed
  • Butter lettuce leaves as needed
  • 225 g pork shoulder, boneless
  • 290 g mayonnaise
Prep Time 20 Minutes
Cook Time 6 Minutes
Servings
4 Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • This little goat went to Hong Kong sauce as needed
  • 75 g blueberries
  • This little goat went to New York everything crunch to taste
  • Cilantro as needed
  • Mint leaves as needed
  • 420 g white rice, steamed
  • Butter lettuce leaves as needed
  • 225 g pork shoulder, boneless
  • 290 g mayonnaise
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Instructions
  1. Freeze a portion of pork boneless shoulder for about 20 Minutes, just long enough to firm up and make it easier to slice.
  2. With a sharp knife, slice into long, thin pieces approximately ¼ thick by 4 inches long. Cut into 1-1.5 inch wide strips.
  3. Ribbon the slices of meat onto the skewers, covering 2/3 of the skewer.
  4. Season well with salt and coat both sides lightly with Hong Kong sauce.
  5. Set the Vortex to Air Fry and set the temperature to 400°F for 6 Minutes.
  6. When vortex is pre-heated, the unit will beep and read Add Food.
  7. Place pork skewers in and flip them over when the unit beeps and reads Turn Food.
  8. While the pork is cooking, toss blueberries and 2 tsp of Hong Kong Sauce in a small bowl, coating the blueberries.
  9. In another small bowl, make the Hong Kong dipping sauce by whisking 1 cup mayonnaise and 2 tsp of Hong Kong sauce together until completely incorporated.
  10. When flipping the satays at the halfway point, pour the blueberry sauce mixture over top of the skewers and continue cooking to blister the blueberries.
  11. On a serving plate, spoon Hong Kong dipping sauce on top of the plate and place pork satays on top. Make sure to spoon blueberries on top of the meat.
  12. Served with steamed white rice, sprinkled with New York Everything Crunch and topped with fresh herbs and optional sliced chilies for some added spice.
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