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Old 04-13-2017, 08:04 AM   #11
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Working in the yard time, so limited cooking on weekdays. Chicken salad with nuts, cranberries, egg and grapes. sliced Cantaloupe on the side.
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Old 04-13-2017, 08:25 AM   #12
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Old 04-13-2017, 08:29 AM   #13
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We had Thai Chicken Thighs tonight. I've used the recipe several times and it's sticky delicious with some jasmine rice for the sauce, and steamed broccolini on the side.


I don't like peanuts, so I used slivered almonds.
Here's the recipe, and it's a keeper. I used TJ's brand of sweet chili sauce.

Easy Thai Chicken - Damn Delicious

Chungah offers some very good recipes... This is one I have not tried but will...

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We had Thai Chicken Thighs tonight. I've used the recipe several times and it's sticky delicious with some jasmine rice for the sauce, and steamed broccolini on the side.


I don't like peanuts, so I used slivered almonds.
Here's the recipe, and it's a keeper. I used TJ's brand of sweet chili sauce.

http://damndelicious.net/2015/06/17/easy-thai-chicken/
That looks delicious, Kay! Pinned it! I think I'd also make some marinated cucumbers with rice vinegar, fish sauce and cilantro, to help counter the stickiness of the sauce. One of the commenters mentioned making sautéed bok choy with sesame oil, garlic and ginger as a side. That sounds amazing, too! I still have a lot of rainbow chard in the garden that I could sub for the bok choy
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Old 04-13-2017, 10:59 AM   #15
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Boy, that's the truth Ross! That girl can really cook and she's one of my favorite bloggers. Damn Delicious. Buy the way, I only used 4 thighs but made the full recipe for the killer sauce.

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That looks delicious, Kay! Pinned it! I think I'd also make some marinated cucumbers with rice vinegar, fish sauce and cilantro, to help counter the stickiness of the sauce. One of the commenters mentioned making sautéed bok choy with sesame oil, garlic and ginger as a side. That sounds amazing, too! I still have a lot of rainbow chard in the garden that I could sub for the bok choy
Love those side dish ideas GG.
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That looks and sounds wonderful, Kay! Spicy goodness right there. I just put her blog in my favorites to browse through a little later.
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