Thai Pork Sliders with Red Curry Aioli

Hello friends!

Welcome to day #1 of the Thai Kitchen Canada Ambassador Lucky Recipe Challenge!  Are you ready for some major deliciousness?!  If you are following along on Twitter and Instagram you have already seen that I’ve been busy cooking up a storm – all in real time!  You can almost smell the yumminess through your screen!

Right now, I serve up to you….

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This recipe is a scrumptious appetizer for your spring or summer BBQs!  It’s bursting with the fresh flavours of ginger, cilantro and red curry!

Thai Pork Sliders with Red Curry Aioli {A Pretty Life}

And it’s simple and quick enough to make, so you can have it ready in no time at all!

Thai Pork Sliders with Red Curry Aioli {A Pretty Life}

Topped off with a simple cabbage slaw, and homemade red curry aioli…deeeeelish!



Thai Pork Sliders with Red Curry Aioli
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  1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Combine the ground pork, ginger, cilantro, onions, garlic, chili sauce, fish sauce and rice flour.
  3. Roll into 2 inch balls, then place them on to a baking sheet sprayed with cooking spray, or brushed with oil, and gently flatten with a fork.
  4. Bake in a preheated 400 degree oven for 25-30 minutes. Turn once half way through.
  5. While the sliders are cooking, mix together the ingredients for the red curry aioli.
  6. Serve on a bun with the red curry aioli and sliced vegetables.
  7. Enjoy!

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This is a really versatile dish!  You can serve these up as little sliders for an appetizer, but they’re so good that you can make the portions bigger and serve them up for dinner as burgers!  SO good.

Thai Pork Sliders with Red Curry Aioli {A Pretty Life}

I hope you enjoy this recipe…it’s so scrumptious!

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If you want to see what the other bloggers are cooking up in this competition, check them out here:

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And don’t forget that the FAN VOTE starts on January 13!  There are tonnes of prizes to be won, just by voting!

The Fan Vote phase runs from Jan 13 to 19.

The Canada Votes phase runs from Jan 31 to Feb 28.

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Come back tomorrow when I reveal another scrumptious dish!  Have a delicious day!


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**  This post has been sponsored by Thai Kitchen Canada.  **


  1. Wow these sound delish! I love thai food so can’t wait to see more!

  2. Yummo! Need to try these. And I love your blog layout – so easy to read and navigate.

  3. What a yummy looking recipe with lots of flavours melding together!

  4. Love your photography and your blog design. The recipes look delicious as well!

  5. I am impressed! These look fabulous. Your photography is stunning. What a great project. I’ll be cheering you on and voting on the 13th and the 31st! ~Thea

  6. These look so good! We love sliders in our house! Can’t wait to try these!

  7. Dang that looks so good! Thanks for the recipe (I looove cilantro!!!), I’m Pinning and saving this one!!

  8. These look delish and I know they would be a hit with my family!

  9. Oh my gosh, I’m drooling! These look so good, especially in our bbq deprived state right now. I will pin for the warmer weather, so wish I could have them now.

  10. Oooh! My beau would love these. Flagging for later!!

  11. Jo-Anna, these are beautiful! I am definitely going to pin them AND make them! You can count on my vote, lady!

  12. Those sliders look delicious! I love all Thai flavours – looking forward to seeing your recipes!

  13. I love how the colours pop! The orange sauce with the purple from the cabbage are perfect!

  14. As soon as I seen the pictures of these on twitter I couldn’t wait for the recipe. They not only look delicious but sound delicious too.

  15. These look amazing! I’m saving the recipe to my grocery list for next week!

  16. These look so good! I can’t wait to try them out!


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