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Thai food!!

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  • Zziggi
    Zziggi Posts: 2,485 Forumite

    Ah bless ya! :snow_grin

    Thanks. Dinner tomorrow sorted now.......
  • Zziggi
    Zziggi Posts: 2,485 Forumite
    Curry:
    • 1 red onion, finely sliced
    • 4 tbsp of the red curry paste
    • 400ml coconut milk
    • 600g pre-cooked Turkey
    2 tsp fish sauce
    • Handful mangetout

    Any idea what is meant by "fish sauce"

    Thanks peeps!
  • Swan_2
    Swan_2 Posts: 7,060 Forumite
    it's a South-East Asian condiment, kinda similar to light Soy Sauce. you can get it in Halal shops, Chinese supermarkets, delis & some supermarkets. good stuff, much nicer than it sounds :)
  • Zziggi
    Zziggi Posts: 2,485 Forumite
    Swan wrote:
    it's a South-East Asian condiment, kinda similar to light Soy Sauce. you can get it in Halal shops, Chinese supermarkets, delis & some supermarkets. good stuff, much nicer than it sounds :)

    thank for that!

    There was me thinking it was the dregs left after cooking fish...
    :o:o
  • Zziggi wrote:
    thank for that!

    There was me thinking it was the dregs left after cooking fish...
    :o:o

    Basically it is. It's mostly anchovy extract. You only need a few drops. Blue Dragon make it and you can buy it in most supermarkets.
  • Bargain_Rzl
    Bargain_Rzl Posts: 6,254 Forumite
    Hi all, I’m looking for a tried and tested recipe for Thai Green Chicken Curry. I have a freezer overflowing with chicken breasts, a tin of coconut milk in the cupboard, and I always seem to end up with green chillies going to waste because Lidl sell them in mixed bags and I only use the red ones.

    I’ve also got a ready-meal-style packet of Thai Sticky Rice to eat it with :drool: though it may not be enough to go with a multi-portion curry, so a recipe for HM Thai Sticky Rice would also be helpful.

    Something that could be done in the SC (the curry I mean, not the rice!) would be ideal but not vital.

    Any thoughts? (CQ, do you do Thai at all?)

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  • Rikki
    Rikki Posts: 21,625 Forumite
    There are alot of Thai green curry receipes at the bbc.co.uk/food but personally I like Nigel Slaters.
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  • vixtress
    vixtress Posts: 1,153 Forumite
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    has anyone every used this site, i saw a link on another forum

    the link was posted in 2004 so the site's obviously been around a while.
    i love thai and the stuff is much cheaper than the blue dragon type stuff (prob more authentic too) im always a bit wary of using sites ive never heard of though

    what do you all think? postage didnt seem bad £4.50 up to 20kg!
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  • vixtress
    vixtress Posts: 1,153 Forumite
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    would be useful if i posted the link :doh:

    http://www.thai4uk.com/index.html
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  • TKP_3
    TKP_3 Posts: 522 Forumite
    what's the link please?
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