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Could you be more specific? There are 48 countries in Asia with a further 12 other states and innumerable cultures and cuisines. A ground pork recipe from Bangladesh will differ greatly to ones from Uzbekistan, Yemen or Laos.
There is a Thai salad called larb gai, usually made with ground chicken or turkey, that could easily take ground pork as a substitution... Recipes can vary, so I suggest checking out a few via Google.
How much effort do you want to put in it? We like to make a meat sauce that serves over rice--ground pork, garlic, green onions, chile peppers, cover with mostly water, season with sou sauce and rice wine and a dash of white pepper. Bring to a boil. Cover and simmer for a good half an hour. At some point during cooking, break up the ground pork in the pot, so you'll have more minced meat texture than chunks. No browning involved. Easy peasy weeknight meal. The key is to use good soy sauce (like Kimlan or Kikoman)..Sometimes I add more stuff--shiitake mushrooms, peeled hard boiled eggs, kelp, etc.
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I absolutely love this salad. It's a little fussy, but worth every step.
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