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Sorry for the infrequent updates, I’ve been busy getting “spun up” at my new job, eating lots of peanut butter (as usual), and enjoying my toddler. As I try to maintain my cooking hobby while diversifying my toddlers palette (a near-impossible task), enjoy a Thai-influenced marinade that is fantastic with pork or any other meat you can get your hands on.


3/4 cup skim or coconut milk
2T massaman curry paste (or any other)
1/3 cup creamy peanut butter
3T peanut flour or PB2 (for thickening, or reduce milk to 2/3 cup)
1T white vinegar
1T low-sodium soy sauce
1t fish sauce
3-4 lb pork roast (or poultry, beef, fish, tofu, etc..)


1. Preheat oven to 375. Mix all ingredients (except meat) in a shaker bottle or blender. If you’re not using peanut flour, you can simply use a whisk to mix these ingredients together.

2. Place the pork roast in a roasting pan or dish and coat with about half of the marinade, making sure to coat the bottom of the roast too. Cook in the oven until done, about 45-55 minutes.

3. Towards the end of the cooking time, heat the remaining marinade in a small pot or in the microwave. Slice the roast onto plates and drizzle with marinade. Serve alongside barley or your favorite grain.

Additional Info:

If anyone tries this with chicken, beef, fish or tofu, let me know how it turns out!

Filed in Low Carb, Main Course, Peanut Butter

7 Responses / Leave a comment »

  1. Debra says:

    Oh My! This sounds wonderful. I just got new peanut flour from Byrd Mill.

  2. I’ve got an awesome recipe that I’ll send you tomorrow!

  3. Adam says:

    Pork + Peanut Butter = Fork + Knife

    And I’m (and always have been) a bad Italian, for some reason I’ve never liked Nutella. Hope you have a great vacation :). Look forward to your report :). Good Eats!

  4. Elisabeth says:


  5. IslandGirl says:

    Ooohhhh…I have a pork roast in the oven right now. But, my husband would never eat it if I did this :(
    I’ve been eating PB on just about anything I can get my hands on for close to 40 years.
    Ask my mom – I invented the idea of PB ripple ice cream when I was 11. Too bad it was stolen..

    • Nick says:

      Maybe he wouldn’t even notice because it’s just THAT good!?

      You should have patented it while you had the chance! Every bite of ice cream I ever take has to have a small dab of peanut butter with it.

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