3 Reviews

Loved it. I baked it a little longer than recommended so the sauce had gotten a bit thicker and used cashews rather than peanuts. My very health focused hubby really liked it and said make it again.

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Karen M. January 23, 2014

Loved this! The only thing I would do different is double the sauce to pour over the rice I made to go with this.

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RobinOHNCTXUK January 25, 2013

Sorry, this just didn't work for me. Even though I cut the amount of sweet chili sauce, this dish was so sickly sweet, almost like cotton candy. It's a shame, because I love Thai sweet chili sauce, but mixing it with the coconut milk and using it as enchilada sauce was not a good idea. The coconut milk eliminates the mild heat of the chili sauce, so all you're left with is the sour sweet flavor that's so overpowering that I couldn't taste anything else except for the onions. Maybe other people would enjoy this, but if I make this again I'm definitely going to leave out the sweet chili sauce and just use it as an optional condiment.

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rpgaymer July 24, 2012
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