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I totally loved this recipe! It's so easy but has an amazing amount of flavor. I loved how the sauce caramelized and coated the meat. Made just as directed & it was perfect for a light meal on our first 100 degree day of the year! :D Thanks for sharing, loof! Made & enjoyed for ZWT-6 Team Xtra Hot Dishes!

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**Tinkerbell** June 28, 2010

Made 'pretty' much as written . . . except, used leftover portion of a tenderloin and romaine lettuce. Also added a bit of a Thai mixture (peppers, cilantor, ginger and lemon grass in a tube). We both loved it! Made for ZWT#6

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Galley Wench June 28, 2010

OK - made a significant variation on this - I used white meat chicken strips as I had that on hand from another recipe I made. Having said that - this salad was delicious. Bold, 'clean' flavours with the Thai flavour my family especially loves. I've had the beef version, so I know what I'm missing, but people, using cooked chicken in this ain't half bad! Thanks for a great recipe.

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evelyn/athens June 25, 2010

this is about simple i added 2 tablespoons of chunky peanut butter when i heated the sauce cause i had that good simple tasty zaar tour 6

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Dienia B. June 22, 2010

Holy Moly Poly! What a truly special salad that brings the wonderful taste of Thailand and beyond. I followed this closely and was glad I did, I wouldn't of wanted to deviate from the recipe as it was very special and totally delish as it was written. I halved this easily and only used 1 teaspoon of soy (light) sauce and Splenda brown sugar, but beyond that I stayed true to the recipe. The steak was outstanding, warm and perfectly done. The sauce was warmed slightly and wilted the lettuce just wonderfully, I added a bit of onion and some carrots, and two cherry tomatoes from the garden. I put the onion and tomatoes in the sauce to reduce a bit, and they came out with a wonderful caramelization that made the whole dish stand out. Perfect, loof! Made for *SSC Pet Parade* July 2008.

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm July 13, 2008

"Quick & Easy" in the title, just the thing for a weeknight dinner, but you should add "Delicious" to the name, too. I didn't have to find kaffir lime leaves or lemongrass stalks, I could use the ingredients that I usually have at hand. Delicious! And quick and easy, thanks for sharing this, we enjoyed it this very evening.

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Redox June 19, 2014

Fast and delicious, made as directed. Thanks, loof! Made for Aussie Kiwi Recipe Swap #64.

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mersaydees May 21, 2012

Delicious! Beautiful! I increased the meat only b/c the store only had packages over one pound. Why do the same work twice? And better yet, we have leftovers for a wonderful lunch. I added in a half sliced onion, one carrot, and 6 cherry tomatoes (each cut in half). Think broccoli would also be good in this. Thank you loof for posting.

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WiGal March 09, 2012

Very tasty dish. I made mine into wraps using butter lettuce. This was very easy to prepare and was packed full of flavor. I omitted the peanuts only because I couldn't have them. This is a keeper and will be made again. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas September 20, 2011

Quick and easy recipe. The sauce coated the meat very nicely. I only left out the peppers since I didn't have any. Will definitely make again, maybe with chicken instead.

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Galley Devil April 15, 2011
Quick and Easy Thai Beef Salad