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"We made this last night for New Years Eve and it was a hit. This fondue broth recipe has a lot more flavour then any other broth fondue that I have made. I would normally have some dips for the meat/chicken but with this recipe none of us felt that they were needed. Once the meat/chicken/portabello mushrooms were cooked they were pop in your mo..."
"We made this dish the night before and allowed it to steep overnight. We added the optional minced cashew and toasted shredded coconut at serving time. These additions we would recommend as they created different textures to compliment the noodles. This dish has a delightful variety of flavours but many are very subtle. With many Thai foods there ..."
"We used this dish alone as one course at a Thai theme dinner. It was a hit with everyone! We increased the quantity of shrimp by 50% and that seemed ideal for the 8 adults. We followed the cayenne measurement in the recipe and found it was perfect. The dish displays wonderfully with a variety of colour. I would recommend adding a little more shred..."
"Great and easy salad. We used it as a side dish with Thai Tenderloins and Rice/Curry vegetables. As part of a Thai theme dinner we found that having this fruit side dish can help take some of the bite away from dishes that guests find too spicey or hot. It's very tasty and adds bright colour to your presentation."
"Great and easy on the barbeque! We increased the marinade by 50% but would double it next time. Used real lemon grass. Had a wonderful flavour and was a hit at our Thai theme party. The measure for the hot oriental paste was just right for all and allowed for a subtle heat, but if you like more heat punch then we would recommend increasing. Still ..."
"Tasty recipe. A banana nut muffin with a little more substance then normal because of the wheat germ. I would make these again."