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One more thing: after you put the yellow and red peppers, you can add dried chilis. Up to you how many :)

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2 minutes ago, spicy_girl said:

Next, fry the chicken in oil and butter until cooked. Then take out and keep for later.

Next, start again. Fry garlic and onion until half brown and then add the chicken you cooked and unsalted butter. Add sliced red and yellow peppers (capsicum). Then add one tablespoon chili paste and two tablespoon of soy sauce. Add fish sauce as much as you like, depends on your taste. Key point: no more extra salt now. Also, add some oyster sauce, two tablespoons. Stir it up until peppers are good, soft texture.

Next, put some boiling water in a tea cup half full and put one and half tablespoons of corn starch. Stir it and add to your cooking.

Last thing to add is a little ground green pepper and the cashews nuts. I put cashews last because I like a crunchy texture but everyone is different :)

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Very good Spicy Girl ... one of my favourites! 

I learnt to also add mild dried chili's, big flat ones, and to toast them before adding to the wok. If cooking over gas, a splash of cooking wine can be flambéed and adds umami. 

I'm hungry now ....

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2 minutes ago, KaptainRob said:

Very good Spicy Girl ... one of my favourites! 

I learnt to also add mild dried chili's, big flat ones, and to toast them before adding to the wok. If cooking over gas, a splash of cooking wine can be flambéed and adds umami. 

I'm hungry now ....

Thank you KaptainRob, I like that idea, I will try it next time 😁

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I had 7 apples left in the fridge, bit too hard and tart for me, so looked on YouTube and found an easy Italian apple pie to make, it tastes quite delicious even though I do say so myself.😀

 

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3 hours ago, spicy_girl said:

Ok, I promised… here is how i cook Gai Pad Med Mamuang:

Thank You spicy-girl.  This dish is my favorite. 

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1 hour ago, Marble-eye said:

I had 7 apples left in the fridge, bit too hard and tart for me, so looked on YouTube and found an easy Italian apple pie to make, it tastes quite delicious even though I do say so myself.😀

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Looks 🤤 yummy!

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Noods. Waiwai. Egg, cilantro, red pepper, shrimps. 

Trying to follow the picture on the wrapper :-) 

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Mamy oriental style noodles. Added some Shark Brand Sriracha to broth to make it spicy. Copied picture on wrapper plus some bean sprouts: cilantro, lime wedge, 3 chilis - 2 red, 1 green. Don't eat beef much at home, so used THB60 piece of shrimp and fried tofu slice instead. 

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Beans on toast, almost. 

Natto on toast on a layer of hummus (which glues them the bread). 

Runny egg. Cilantro and lime added for color. 

Shark Brand Sriracha added for deliciousness. 

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Pad Thai a la Vince 

After adding 3 diced birdseye chilis the flavor (and slightly overcooked noodles) came together. 

As I don't tend to eat chicken at home, this has some pan boiled cubed tofu and shrimps instead. 

Sriracha added to sauce base for slight kick. 

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Mama Oriental Style Instant Noodles SHRIMP FLAVOR (Tom YUM)

Modelled after package photo: 2 shrimps, Cilantro, lime, red pepper, challots, added spring onion and Shark Brand Sriracha. 

 

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On 1/19/2022 at 1:27 AM, Vince said:

Beans on toast, almost. 

Natto on toast on a layer of hummus (which glues them the bread). 

Runny egg. Cilantro and lime added for color. 

Shark Brand Sriracha added for deliciousness. 

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What brand of baked beans?

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2 minutes ago, steve860 said:

What brand of baked beans?

The key is "sort of". They are Natto - Japanese fermented (stinky) soy beans. 

It's (natto) beans on toast ;-) 

 

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20 minutes ago, Vince said:

The key is "sort of". They are Natto - Japanese fermented (stinky) soy beans. 

It's (natto) beans on toast ;-) 

Oh dear.

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1 minute ago, steve860 said:

Oh dear.

Natto beans are sticky and with a hummus glue stay on the toast. 

Baked beans just slide off!!!

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Mama Oriental Style Instant Noodles GREEN CURRY FLAVOR (all caps on package) "jumbo pack"

Used chicken broth instead of water for more flavor action. No chicken but shrimps, usual switch. Red pepper, cilantro, green onions, lime, sprouts (ran out of basil like photo and no green beans(?)). 

Jumbo pack is huge, two bowls of noodles. 

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My lovely wife makes me a bacon sandwich most mornings.

Cholesterol doesn't exist in Thailand, just like the beer has no carbs in it. 😂

 

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1 hour ago, Faraday said:

My lovely wife makes me a bacon sandwich most mornings.

Cholesterol doesn't exist in Thailand, just like the beer has no carbs in it. 😂

Are you looking for a lodger by any chance? 🤣

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3 hours ago, Faraday said:

My lovely wife makes me a bacon sandwich most mornings.

Cholesterol doesn't exist in Thailand, just like the beer has no carbs in it. 😂

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ARGHHH.... You are making me so jealous! 😁

Have been on a regime reducing my bad cholesterol levels. No bacon, minimal eggs (Doctor wanted me to eat just the white part of the egg or have just a few....easy choice there!), more greens etc.

Was so close last time to target and this looks like the perfect treat to have when I celebrate my new numbers! 

Unfortunately for me it will be a once off treat but thanks for the inspiration! 😀

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3 hours ago, Faraday said:

Vincent, it's Coriander in English, as you well know.😉

😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

@Vince

Do I? It's Cilantro in South Africa. I'll have to look it up. 

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41 minutes ago, Vince said:

Do I? It's Cilantro in South Africa. I'll have to look it up. 

You from South Africa now, do you know a guy by the name of Rob, he had gf who got pregnant...?

😂

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10 minutes ago, Faraday said:

You from South Africa now, do you know a guy by the name of Rob, he had gf who got pregnant...?

😂

The topic is food, so that's all I can say in this thread. 

 

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