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    Posted: 04†Aug†2007 at 7:34am

THAI RED CURRY WITH ROASTED DUCK

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     Ingredients

* 1 roasted duck, deboned and cut into well sized pieces

* 5 pieces of pineapple, cut into bite sized pieces

* 4 fresh kaffir lime leaves, chopped

* 1 teaspoon sugar

* 2 1/2 cups coconut milk

* 8 cherry tomatoes

* 1 cup eggplant, cut into bite-sized pieces

* 1/2 teaspoon salt

* 2 tablespoons fish sauce

* 1/2 cup water (or chicken stock)

* 1 1/2 tablespoons vegetable cooking oil

* 3 tablespoons red curry paste

(For 2 Serving)
 

     Preparations

1. Heat oil in a wok over medium heat and add the red curry paste, stir well. Then add 3/4 cups coconut milk and stir until mixed thoroughly.

2. Add the roasted duck and stir often. Then pour the mixture into a pot, add the remaining coconut milk, water, tomatoes, pineapples, eggplants, kaffir lime leaves, sugar, salt, and fish sauce.

3. Continue stirring until boiling and remove from heat. Transfer to a serving bowl.

 
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Quote vutjebal Replybullet Posted: 04†Aug†2007 at 8:45am
wow  great....will try to cook it....Tongue
 
Oh%20My...poor **Duck Sauce**   again  in the  **Pots and Pans**LMAO
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Quote harmac Replybullet Posted: 04†Aug†2007 at 9:57am
And where do we get fresh kaffir lime leaves, chopped or can we use common Lime?
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Quote vutjebal Replybullet Posted: 04†Aug†2007 at 11:04am
Harmac, what is kaffir lime leaves..?????
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Quote harmac Replybullet Posted: 04†Aug†2007 at 8:26pm
They are a type of citrus which is found in the asiatic region
 
 
they are very smelly and can be quite good in oriantal dishes.
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Quote vutjebal Replybullet Posted: 04†Aug†2007 at 8:42pm
oops, Harmac  its  look like what me call **lamoenchie**Wink
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Medicinal uses: In South East Asia, the fruit is boiled until very soft, and the resulting pulp rubbed into the hair and scalp as a remedy for lice and dandruff. It is left on from 30 minutes to 2 hours, then washed off.

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Quote vutjebal Replybullet Posted: 05†Aug†2007 at 11:41am
Ohhhhh,  that is  not  my **Lamoenchie**  weezie.
I never saw  that one Kaffir lime....Reading
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Citrus%20hystrix%20on%20sale
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Quote vutjebal Replybullet Posted: 06†Aug†2007 at 7:27am
Oefffff...TG never had dandruff, I always upto now  using Head and Shoulder shampoo and its work.Thumbs%20Up
 
 
btw  Harmac   nice  avatar...Tongue
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