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Interesting, that was my boyfriends comment on this meal. I thought the flavor for the dressing was good, and liked the veggies as well. However, the potato seemed a little out of place. Also, I baked the tofu rather than frying it. I find that baking it makes it a little easier to get browned.

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Lt. Amy April 20, 2008

Pretty close to the authentic "Gado Gado" dish. Mostly, the dishes that I had had always included some steamed corn kernels, slices of boiled eggs, and on top of the dressing, slivers of fried shallots and prawn crackers. A full meal in itself. Thank you for posting.

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Ilovemy4kids May 21, 2007

I had a huge craving for peanut dressing today so I found this and thought I would try it. I did everything as stated and then added thumb sized hunk of fresh ginger that I had chopped up with a couple more peanuts since I like my dressing thick. Awesome!!! Next time I'll make the salad, which sounds great as well. It really hit the spot thanks!!

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Fern589 May 20, 2007

This was a delicious recipe. I used natural peanut butter and omitted the brown sugar. I also used 6 cloves of garlic and doubled the amount of cayenne pepper. It was spicy but very good.

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ruralchef July 31, 2006

I love this salad! When I make the dressing, I use natural peanut butter instead of the peanuts. I've made it with hydrogenated peanut butter too, in a pinch. Just omit the brown. sugar in that case. Seriously, this is so good! Mmmm.

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Barbara Cricket January 02, 2006
K.D. Lang's Indonesian Salad With Spicy Peanut Dressing