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Old 02-09-2007, 05:50 PM   #11
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i"m gla she liked it

I'm glad it turned out well. I have been making them for friends and now I have made it available in my small little restaurant I had just openned here in Davao.


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Old 02-10-2007, 03:31 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by timryan
Does anyone have a really good Thai mint chicken recipe? I had this Thai mint chicken dish years ago that was amazing! The dish incorporated fresh minced mint leaf with diced chicken, maybe celery (?), red bell pepper, and peanuts. The sauce was more of a light oil. I've never come across it anywhere and have wanted to make it at home. I can't seem to find a recipe and I'm to the point where I will make one up myself. But, if anyone has a good recipe I'm all ears.

I don't know what Timryan is looking for but I'm pretty sure what he described was not Larb (or laab) Gai. Only because Larb Gai does not have bell pepper nor peanuts. Mint yes. And the chicken meat is minced in Larb Gai, not diced. Wish I could be of more help.

So Lynan, yes, mint leaves are great in Larb.

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