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    Talking Tried and tested Thai recipes?

    I really, really, really, definitely feel like Thai. Except I can't justify the $19 per dish price tag of the two restaurants around here.

    I've never had much luck at cooking stir fries or the like (vegies too crunchy or too limp, just never tastes as good as when eating out) and we don't do hot curries- yellow curry in terms of Thai is about as adventurous as we get.

    But coconut rice, pad Thai, omg I'm drooling just thinking about it!

    Does anyone have any tested and awesome Thai recipes they would be willing to pretty please share with me?!?

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    I have a Thai beef salad recipe that is yummy. I was given the recipe by the chef at the place we stayed on our honeymoon. I basically ate the same thing for lunch every day haha.

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    I tried one of those Pad Thai cooking kits from woolies, it was by that master chef chick - Marian I think?

    From memory it was pretty good as far as supermarket kits go.

    I can't believe how expensive Thai is! I lived in London for a couple of years and I used to get entree, a curry and a glass of wine for £10!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    I tried one of those Pad Thai cooking kits from woolies, it was by that master chef chick - Marian I think?

    From memory it was pretty good as far as supermarket kits go.

    I can't believe how expensive Thai is! I lived in London for a couple of years and I used to get entree, a curry and a glass of wine for £10!
    Well, England is like 250% conversion, right? So, for $25 I would say this is still a bloody good bargain!
    I'll check out the kit!

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    We use the Marion's kitchen kits all the time. We love the red curry, green curry, and pad Thai kits. My dh cooks them and has never made a bad one, they are super easy and quick.

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    Awesome, So getting one of those!

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    Not Thai specifically, but I just made Asian peanut satays - OMG! Kids asked for more so I obliged and cooked a whole batch! Its just chicken thigh in a skewer cover in peanut sauce (made with 1/2 cup peanut butter, 4 tbsp of hoisin sauce, 1 tbsp sweet soy, 2 crushed garlic cloves, 1 tbsp of sesame oil, 1 tspn of sugar and a touch of water) you could add a chilli f you wanted. Its a great marinade or use it as a dipping sauce for spring or rice rolls i could eat it as a sauce on cooked chicken with rice too! Yum.

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