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Old 06-02-2014, 11:54 AM   #1
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Sin Qwa in Green Curry Sauce

For dinner tonight I'm going to make an Asian dish (don't know whether to call it Chinese or Thai or.....) using the sin qwa I bought yesterday.

Green curry paste (Mae Ploy brand) with other seasonings added and the sin qwa roll-cut and added. I"m leaving out the pea eggplant because I don't have them.

Green curry of sin qua, pea eggplant and fried tofu recipe : SBS Food

(There are a gazillion different spellings of sin qwa.)

Here is a pic of the gourd/squash thingy--- you pare down the ridges first unless it's a very young item, which it never seems to be in the stores.

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Old 06-02-2014, 01:48 PM   #2
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Sounds good. The page says it's Thai, and I've never heard of Chinese curry, so I'd call it Thai

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Sin Qwa in Green Curry Sauce For dinner tonight I'm going to make an Asian dish (don't know whether to call it Chinese or Thai or.....) using the sin qwa I bought yesterday. Green curry paste (Mae Ploy brand) with other seasonings added and the sin qwa roll-cut and added. I"m leaving out the pea eggplant because I don't have them. [url=http://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/green-curry-sin-qua-pea-eggplant-and-fried-tofu]Green curry of sin qua, pea eggplant and fried tofu recipe : SBS Food[/url] (There are a gazillion different spellings of sin qwa.) Here is a pic of the gourd/squash thingy--- you pare down the ridges first unless it's a very young item, which it never seems to be in the stores. [IMG]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/59/Ridge_gourd_-_Fl%C3%BCgelgurke_-_Luffa_acutangula.jpg/799px-Ridge_gourd_-_Fl%C3%BCgelgurke_-_Luffa_acutangula.jpg[/IMG] 3 stars 1 reviews
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