This is a Thai dipping sauce for Chicken or Pork Satay. The recipe comes from "ThaiTable.com." I share it with all who are looking to replicate the great flavors associated with authentic Thai cooking. I have made a few minor adjustments. If you are lucky enough to have an Asian Grocery, you will find these ingredients to be very inexpensive and usually on hand. If all else fails, you can find these ingredients online.
A hearty, flavor packed dish that is guaranteed to reduce the talk down to umm’s and ahh's with allot of spoon to bowl clacking going on between. Inspired by many previous Cuban dishes, I created this "out of the blue” and decided I had better write this one down now. If your on a tight budget as I am but demand good eats, you will appreciate the bang you get for your peso.. I mean dollar. Cheers!
I conjured this version of a Ginger Pot Roast "from the hip" (picture the mad chemist in his kitchen) very tasty and a small contribution to the vast Zaar network. Ginger pot roast was a common mealtime choice in the Navy and was always a welcomed favorite after a long day of work. This variation has a subtle hint of sweetness from the cola and carrots that are incorporated into pan juices; although you could skip this and dig into one of the other hundreds of pot roast recipes, I strongly urge you throw caution to the wind and put this to the test. Great with beef or venison. Review steps before prepping to save time. Prepared with my pressure cooker - It can easily be adapted for a pan or crock.
A simple inexpensive appetizer that is a delicious pre-game snack. Authentic? The recipe comes from the "ThaiTable.com." I think you will like this paired with my peanut sauce listed separately (Satay Peanut sauce Nam Jim Satay). Enjoy
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