Sap Ubon is a Thai food haven in Singapore that we stumbled upon early last year. It easily became our team’s weekly spot for Thai food!
We’ve tried almost everything on their menu and it was a tough choice deciding which was our favourite. Over the team’s clamouring, Thai BBQ Pork Collar (Kor Moo Yang) came up the most. And voila! A Kor Moo Yang recipe that you can recreate at home in a oven.
This BBQ pork collar recipe features succulent pork collar perfectly seasoned in a sweet and savoury marinade. Charred lightly (or heavily if you prefer) and doused with Thai chilli dipping sauce (Nam Jim Jaew), Thai-style BBQ Pork Collar is traditionally served over a plate of sticky rice. But of course, good ol’ white rice works as well!
Sap Ubon’s humble stall was nestled in the basement of now-defunct Golden Mile Complex. Now, it has moved online and if you don’t feel like cooking, you can order this BBQ Pork Collar at FOOD PANDA.