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50 minutes ago, JimmyTheMook said:

Pad Sator & Gung Kapi

 

 

 

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Now , that looks amazing ..

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53 minutes ago, KC 71 said:

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with butter ......

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1 hour ago, Naam said:

it might be tasty Kevvy but it's not smoking. without the taste of real smoke from charcoal it's like having sex with a rubber doll... in my [not so] humble opinion. :unsure:

heard the japanese make dolls so real these days ... 🙂

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12 hours ago, JimmyTheMook said:

Finally some good Khao Soi in Pattaya:

 

 

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Wheres mine ?

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Banana and Avocado  Blender shake...

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6 hours ago, grollies said:

Apparently all that is now good for you, even salt if you sweat loads.

 

The Sheppard's Pie looked great although if beef not lamb it'd be cottage pie.

 

I've been trying my hand at Indian food for a couple of weeks now after your Rogan Josh picture which looked lovely.

 

Done three diffent dishes so far, not too bad, Rogan Josh is next.

 

Inspired by Tutsi I've binned rice, potatoes, pasta in favour of lentils. I'm enjoying lentils, cooked in chicken or vegetable stock.

 

Recipes are from Hari Ghotra and are excellent.

 

I also include home made yoghurt from a recent thread.

 

lentils are great when ye can find them...I've only been able to find them recently at the indian grocery shop at the Rembrandt Hotel...found some once many years ago at foodland soi 5 but then later nothing...always preferred the green/brown ones as the red ones are only good in a dal...usually use split mung beans for that available everywhere...cooks up the same way...

 

with the diabetes I can manage some tatties on occasion in a stew with beans and veg but I've given up with the rice and pasta as that's like eatin' poison...maybe less than a cup of cooked local jasmine rice with leafy veg cooked with garlic and oyster sauce, the family always has some on the go upstairs in the rice cooker...

 

 

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5 hours ago, tutsiwarrior said:

 

lentils are great when ye can find them...I've only been able to find them recently at the indian grocery shop at the Rembrandt Hotel...found some once many years ago at foodland soi 5 but then later nothing...always preferred the green/brown ones as the red ones are only good in a dal...usually use split mung beans for that available everywhere...cooks up the same way...

 

with the diabetes I can manage some tatties on occasion in a stew with beans and veg but I've given up with the rice and pasta as that's like eatin' poison...maybe less than a cup of cooked local jasmine rice with leafy veg cooked with garlic and oyster sauce, the family always has some on the go upstairs in the rice cooker...

 

 

My missus reckons you can get yellow lentils anywhere. The Thais use them for making Thai sweets (puddings)?

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My missus reckons you can get yellow lentils anywhere. The Thais use them for making Thai sweets (puddings)?
Aren't those split and hulled mung beans?
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3 hours ago, CLW said:
5 hours ago, grollies said:
My missus reckons you can get yellow lentils anywhere. The Thais use them for making Thai sweets (puddings)?

Aren't those split and hulled mung beans?

yeah, I'd say so...they're easily mistaken for yellow lentils, but they taste different...I use them insteada lentils in a dal and not bad...cooks up the same way, no soaking required but ye gotta rinse them well...available most everywhere...

 

a few years ago I mistook green split peas for green lentils at foodland, clear plastic packaging didn't say what they were on the bag...didn't find out until I got home and looked closer...OK when cooked up with some carrots and pork belly, needed some celery...

 

 

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