8 Reviews

I have had this many times in Thai resurants. Now I can make at home! Have had another version of it also, called Beef Chang Mai. Made with beef and roasted rice as well. Thank You. Chef Lawrence

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Lawrence September 27, 2002

Exactly what I remember from the Thai restaurants that serve larb (our local doesn't, so it was particularly nice to find this recipe, although had to mail order the rice powder)! Made it with ground pork and wild spearmint and served it on a bed of mixed greens from our garden. Especially nice with an extra squirt of fresh lime juice, so have a dish of lime quarters waiting on the table.

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l'ecole June 29, 2012

Delicious and oh so easy. I have loved this dish for years and its good all year round even winter.

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MarraMamba February 13, 2012

This was my first attempt at Thai food and it was extremely successful. Light, fresh and delicious. I used a pork and chicken combination and some chopped coriander (cilantro) along with the mint. I made it a second time and upped the chili a bit. Even better! Thank you so much. It has a permanent place in my recipe collection.

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Scott Hannigan January 30, 2008

Good Larb recipe. Do add the mint, but make sure it's the right kind of mint!

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kai August 22, 2007

Very Good, tasted very similar to what I get in Thai restaurants, and very easy to make!

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KelBel May 08, 2006

Very good and Very nice I like it

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naowarat makburee December 25, 2001

Pretty good! I used pork but left out the roasted rice. WIll make again, thanks

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hippeastrum April 07, 2006
Larb