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This made for a lovely dinner on a very warm Australian night.
I made nearly almost to the origninal recipe, my problem being I could not fine tamarind so I used lemon juice instead, which worked well although it did tend to seperate and so I had to blitz it a bit to get it back to a normal sauce (the blitzing worked well)
But in the end it worked well, and was enjoyed by all.

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Tisme November 30, 2012

This is a wonderful salad, especially for a hot evening. We all enjoyed this very much. I will make it again. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Pesto lover August 26, 2013

We really enjoyed this recipe. To make it easier, I just shredded store-bought rotisserie chicken. The sauce is divine!

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evelyn/athens August 26, 2013

Awesome recipe. It deserves 5 stars for that incredible sauce alone! I did change things around though- only because I wanted to make the dish into a Thai bento bowl. I left out the tomatoes and eggs, and added some brown rice instead. Also, instead of boiling the chicken, I diced 2 breasts and stir-fried the pieces in a bit of peanut oil. the chicken was great, but I think fried tofu would taste awesome in this sauce as well.. Thanks for sharing. [Reviewed for PLEASE REVIEW MY RECIPE]

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rpgaymer February 12, 2013
Thai Chicken Salad