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Thai food!!

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  • odds-n-sods
    odds-n-sods Posts: 864 Forumite
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    SUSHI!

    I make sushi regularly, but dont' tend to use fish from the supermarket; its not th at you can't eat it raw but it isn't as fresh as it should be. If you can get it from a fishmonger and ask for fish for sushi-making, they should give you the freshest - if the fish still needs to be gutted, go for it! Any fish/shellfish can be eaten raw, just depends on what you like.
  • npsmama
    npsmama Posts: 1,277 Forumite
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    Some Singaporean friends cooked this for me years ago and I'd like to recreate it (my friends have since moved back to Singapore and I haven't got contact details).

    It involved baking cooked rice in a pineapple shell. It had little salty fish in it. It didn't have any other visible ingredients.

    I think it might be a Thai dish.

    Does anyone know what I mean and have a recipe?

    I'd be very grateful!!
    "Finish each day And be done with it.
    You have done what you could.
    Some blunders and Absurdities have crept in.
    Forget them as soon as you can."
  • odds-n-sods
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    and i found your exact post on another forum, word for word. copied or was that you as well?
  • npsmama
    npsmama Posts: 1,277 Forumite
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    Yep, me as well.
    "Finish each day And be done with it.
    You have done what you could.
    Some blunders and Absurdities have crept in.
    Forget them as soon as you can."
  • FoodLover_2
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    I used to get my ingredients from Sainsburys/Tescos etc., but they rarely have everything I am looking for.

    So I now buy all my Thai food online at www.thai-food-online.co.uk

    Their prices are quite reasonable and delivery is quick.
  • minxtress
    minxtress Posts: 774 Forumite
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    I have invited few friends round for a meal on Friday night, I am no whizz in the kitchen but dont mind trying things. Making a Thai Green Curry so would like a nice simple Thai dish as a starter, anyone got any suggestions that they have made, must be quite simple and not too time consuming, or alternatively I dont mind buying something, but not too expensive.
    Any ideas???
    Thanks

    Had posted on another board until someone kind told me how to post on here as your a friendly bunch.
  • redruby
    redruby Posts: 7,317 Forumite
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    Hello :D ,

    What about Thai fish cakes on a bed of salad leaves with some sweet chilli dipping sauce, I did this once for a starter and it was delish, You can get the fish cakes and the chilli sauce in Mr T, just heat the fish cakes and serve voila :D , of course you don't have to tell your guests that you bought the fish cakes ;)

    hth
  • Penelope_Penguin
    Penelope_Penguin Posts: 17,288 Forumite
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    How about soup? There are recipes on this thread - Thai Food. I'll link this one to it later.

    Penny. x
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  • CoD_2
    CoD_2 Posts: 275 Forumite
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    I'd also do a crab fishcake recipe served with chilli dipping sauce
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