Mu ping

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Mu ping (Thai: หมูปิ้ง, pronounced [mǔː pîŋ]) is a street food in Thailand.


It is Thai-style grilled pork on a skewer that is marinated in pounded coriander roots, peppers and garlics together and is then grilled over a charcoal BBQ.[1] Mu ping has many different recipes, each with a different marinade. Coconut milk is indispensable because it tenderizes the pork.[original research?]

Mu ping is served with sticky rice and nam chim chaeo. Nam chim chaeo is a spicy sauce which complements grilled meat.[2]

Mu ping is convenient for breakfast or commuting because it is easy to find on the street. It is affordable (five to ten baht).[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "BBQ Pork Skewers (mini) moo ping".
  2. ^ "Grilled Meat Dipping Sauce, 'Nam Jim Jeaw'".
  3. ^ "Thai Street Vendor Style Grilled Marinated Pork Recipe".