This is one of my favorite recipes from Nancie McDermott's 'Real Thai'--my copy is starting to fall apart, and I do not want to lose this recipe! The author translates Kao Moke Gai as 'chicken hidden in rice'. It is very flavorful and a little hot, and it smells wonderfully spicy while it's cooking. It's not really difficult to make, and it's so delicious! Note: my photos of the recipe are of 1 1/2 batches, so a single batch would make about 2/3 what is shown. Also, I forgot to scatter the cilantro leaves and crispy shallots over the top (my guys were ravenously impatient while I was trying to photograph it!). Prep time doesn't include prep work done during cooking time, and cooking time includes resting time.