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Old 02-28-2012, 11:42 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Addie View Post
My neice had a cat. She was talking on the phone. the cat jumped up on her bed and was trying to get her attention. She kept telling him to get off the bed. The person who she was talking to wanted to know who she was telling to get off her bed.

"Sum Young Guy" That was the name of the cat. She left it at that and never explained.

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chicken, curry paste, recipe, thai

tom yum gai 500g (1 pound 2 oz) raw chicken. chopped 1 Tbs oil 2 Tbs red curry paste 8 cups water, divided 2 Tbs tamarind concentrate 2 tsp ground turmeric 1 tsp chopped red chili (optional) 4-8 kaffir lime (makrut) leaves, shredded 2 Tbs fish sauce 2 Tbs lime juice 2 tsp brown sugar 10g (¼ oz or 1/3 cup) coriander (cilantro) leaves, for garnish Red chili, thinly sliced to serve Heat oil in large saucepan, toss in chicken and brown till done. Remove chicken from pan, add 1 cup of water to pan, stir in the curry paste, scraping fond from pan, boil for 5 minutes to slightly reduce, add 7 cups water and simmer 20 minutes. Add tamarind, turmeric, chili and lime leaves. Cook for 2 minutes. Add chicken back to soup, adding fish sauce lime juice and sugar, stirring to combine. Serve immediately garnished with cilantro and chili slices. Can also be made with shrimp (goong). Sauté shrimp shells in oil, remove from oil, adding shrimp after the lime leaves and cooking for 5 minutes, before adding fish sauce and rest. Adapted from Essential Asian - Murdoch Books 3 stars 1 reviews
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