I enjoy Thai food, and all the near variations of it, and I love peanut butter, so this was a no brainer to me, more like 'must. have. now.'
I have published a similar recipe for this one before, but I think this is good enough for a repeat reminder of its existence.
And I also love that it is easy, simple, and not very time consuming, to prepare, set in the oven, or a slow cooker, and the meal will be ready when you are, pretty much.
At the end, when the peanut butter is mixed into it, its creamy consistency thickening the sauce to a lovely mixture of tastes and textures.
I chose to cook it with pork chop still on the bone, to get all the flavor that the bones can contribute to the dish, and then before adding the peanut butter, I carefully took the one away. The meat pretty much falls off the bone. But if you have little ones eating the meal, and you are not 100 % sure you will be able to get all the bones off, use a boneless pork chop. Also, if you so choose, there's no need to shred the meat at the end, I just liked it that way myself.
I'm a chef and a pastry chef, and I love food. Preparing a meal for someone is a show of love; for your craft, for the ingredients, and for the ones eating.
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