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Thai Red Curry

Loosely based on a recipe of John and Lisa’s Saturday Kitchen, see full recipe here. Serves 4 1 kg of chicken 100g red curry paste (Mae Ploy brand is good) 30g brown sugar 2 tins of coconut milk 1 tbsp Thai fish sauce 2cm ginger 2 lemon grass stalks 1 red chilli 2 garlic cloves …

Piri-Piri Chicken

Marinade Juice of 2 whole lemon 1 head of garlic, minced 4 teaspoons salt Piri-Piri Sauce 4 red Thai chilies, you can use more if you like a spicier dish 6 cloves garlic, roughly chopped juice of one whole lemon salt and fresh ground pepper, to taste 2 teaspoons sweet or smoked paprika ¼ cup …

Vietnamese Rolls

A more refreshing version of the fried version full of fresh herbs, prawn, pork and noodle, with delicious dips. Ingredients Rice vermicelli Lettuce Basil Mint Coriander Prawns Loin of Pork Rice wrappers Cucumber Vinegar Hoisin Sauce Sweet Chilli Sauce Peanut Butter Soy Coconut Milk Lemon Fish Sauce Limes Garlic  Sugar Red Chillis BBQ Pork Cut …

VIETNAMESE chicken

8 Chicken Thighs, deboned Chicken Marinade 3 Lemongrass stalks, fine chop 2 tbsp Brown Sugar 2 tbsp Fish Sauce For the Wok Vegetable oil 3 Lemongrass stalks, fine chop 3 cm Ginger, fine chopped 3 Red Chillies, fine chopped 4 Shallots, sliced. 4 Green onions, white part, shredded. 6 Garlic cloves, fine chopped 4 tbsp …

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