By Sooty_Cat on March 28, 2008
Photo by Baby Kato
Photo by Baby Kato
"This is my version of a Thai style dish. I certainly wouldn't call it authentic by any standards, but it's still popular with those who have eaten it! If you don't like or don't have lime, you can substitute lemon and get a very similar taste. Also please feel free to add or remove chile to your liking - my husband doesn't like very hot food, so this is a fairly mild version. If you don't have fresh ginger, you can also use the minced variety that comes in a jar. The serving size is listed as 2-4 as we don't eat a lot of meat, so for the 2 of us this will do 2 meals. However, if you don't serve this with veggies and eat a large amount of meat, it may only do 2 meals."
Serving Size: 1 (95 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"What a lovely dish. It was really well balanced. The flavors all complimented each other and none were over powering. I did add addition pepper to this dish, personal preference only.
This tart, tangy, slightly sweet and spicy dish was wonderful served with jasmin rice. Thank you for sharing this treat Sooty Cat, we will be enjoying this chicken again and again. Made for Spring Pac/12."
"What a great, easy recipe. My only change was to leave out the sweet chili sauce & add a tsp of sambal oelek instead of the fresh chili. While the chicken cooked on the barbeque, I stirfried sliced red pepper, zucchini & onion, then added the leftover marinade & cooked for 5 mins. A lovely dinner & enough leftovers for lunch today. Thanks for sharing this keeper."
"Made for Recipe Swap #19 Aus/NZ for my joey. This was very easy to make. I used chicken tenders. The sauce was great over rice and heated up beautifully the next day for my lunch. Thanks for posting this Sooty_Cat."
"This is amazing! We like spicy food so used hot chilis. I found large limes and had plenty of marinade. DS is already asking that I make this again soon and often! I am really glad to have found this fantastic recipe!"
"My final review in PAC - this was also a winner. Yum! I didn't have any left over marinade, so I suspect that my lime was small. Used a full can of coconut milk. Family enjoyed very much."