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I cant believe I didnt review this recipee. I have made this dozens oftimes and love it. Its my favorite guick meal just as the recipe is. Sometiems I vary things up a bit but usually its just as it is onhere.
This was VERY good. I made this with some Indonesian spicy cabbage and rice
Great, but some subs that I want to note because I want to be able to make it again. I used hot pepper powder instead of peppers, lemon juice, chopped shallots, ground coriander powder, some red curry paste for extra taste and some ground coconut. Used for the filling for wraps.
Very basic and brilliant for a busy person like me. And you can basically add anything to it.
Very easy to make, great flavor. I used the meat in a tortilla as a wrap.
I think Rita L's suggestions are right on. I used ground chicken, and I also used green serrano chiles. As soon as I tasted a bit of this, I decided I absolutely had to make peanut sauce to go with it. I also felt a need to add some sugar -- it's in every other Thai recipe I've ever seen with fish sauce and lime juice, to balance the flavors. I added just a little sugar at the end of cooking the meat, and the fact that the peanut sauce tastes a bit sweet helped a lot. I really liked the flavor and crunch of the lettuce wraps.
This was great and very easy! Can be made with groung pork, chicken or turkey as well. I added 1 clove minced garlic and 1/2 teaspoon fresh grated ginger. The cilantro I had to hold off to put on my on at serving because DH won`t eat it. Lime juice is my prefernce. As you see in the pictures I uploaded I served it with Peanut Satay Sauce # 99782 (good stuff) wrapped in lettuce leaves. OOOOh this was good!—