Thai night anyone!!!

linsday1, Sep 30, 8:51am
We are going to have a Thai night Sunday needs to be easy as we want to watch the Leauge FinalGo the Warrior Juniors

linsday1, Sep 30, 8:07pm
no one out there have any quick easy receipy please

gingeralenz, Sep 30, 9:07pm

katalin2, Sep 30, 9:22pm
Fry onions garlic - add green curry paste- sparingly if you don't want it too hot ( buy small jar from supermarket) and a tin of coconut cream or coconut milk- add skinned chicken pieces or boneless chicken breast cut up into bite size pieces. Simmer gently till chicken cooked. Serve over rice. Can't get it much simpler than this!

campmum, Sep 30, 9:31pm
Yep katalin2, that's all I do. My family LOVE the Greggs Thai Green Curry Paste...I throw in some baby corn, carrot strips, green beans..very simple & delicious!!

linsday1, Oct 1, 3:31am
that sounds yummy and easy thanks so much -any more ideas maybe Pad thai

motorbo, Oct 1, 5:58am
thai chicken patties

1 chicken breast
30g/1oz fresh coriander
1 lime, juice only
½ red chilli
1 tbsp olive oil
salt and freshly ground black pepper

1. Preheat a medium frying pan.
2. Place the chicken breast, seasoning, coriander, lime juice and chilli in a food processor. Blitz until combined and minced.
3. Form the minced chicken into three small patties.
4. Heat the olive oil in the frying pan. Add the patties and fry for 3 minutes, either
5. Serve with a dipping sauce of your own choice.

peter148, Oct 1, 4:09pm
Go to Pak n Save or a similar supermarket.
Look for Aroy brand fish cakes in the frozen section.They are round shaped and flat like a small pattie.
The Thai restaurants deep fry them, otherwise just chuck them in the microwave frozen and nuke them for a minute or two.Serve them with sweet ginger chilli sauce.Absoluteley delicious and authentic taste.

sultana0, May 3, 9:45am
Tom Yum paste is handy.

Heres a easy one for ya

Seafood (could be prawns in or out of shell, chopped firm fish half a kilo, seafood mix from the super market or some scallops).
Shredded or chopped Bok Choi (2 full clumps)
1 Red capsicum sliced in 2 to 3 cm strips
2 onions sliced.
1 or 2 finely chopped chillis or dry flakes
1 to 2 dsrt spoons of Tom Yum Paste
Serve on rice or noodles

Bring to boil 2 to 3 litres of water, when hot add teasp of salt and the Tom Yum (add enough to your liking keep tasting it), add the Bok Choi and onions and stir. You can always add more water at this stage. Remove from heat and add the rest of the vege and let sit for a few minutes. Add the Seafood now and cover with lid. Serve over rice or noodles. This can be made as a Laksa as well, reduce the amount of water and add a can of Coconut milk the finished dish and simmer for a few mins before serving.