TAMARIND COCONUT DIP - Thai Food Made Easy
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TAMARIND COCONUT DIP

 

 

 

TAMARIND COCONUT DIP

Tamarind Peanut Dipping

Tamarind Coconut Dip

Serve: 1-2

Ingredients: 

200 gram                                     Minced turkey or pork

40 gram                                       Shallot-thinly sliced

25 gram                                       Peanut-grounded

10 gram                                       Red chilli-chopped

160 milliliter                                 Thai coconut milk

2 clove                                         Garlic-finely chopped

1 tablespoon                                 Tamarind paste

1/2 tablespoon                              Thai red curry paste

1 tablespoon                                 Vegetable oil

2 teaspoon                                    Soft brown sugar

1 teaspoon                                    Fish sauce

1 teaspoon                                    Oyster sauce

1/4 teaspoon                                 Lemon juice

1 pinch                                          Salt and pepper

 

 

 

 

Method

-Gently fry the shallot, garlic, and Thai red curry paste with vegetable oil in the frying pan, until infused. 

-Add the minced turkey and fry until cooked.

-Put the tamarind paste, fish sauce, light soft brown sugar, oyster sauce in the same pan. Stir fry until the ingredients mixed well with the seasoning.

-Pour in the coconut milk, fold the ingredients, bring it to boil and simmer for further 15-20 minutes.

-Season with lemon juice, salt, and pepper.

-Serve with rice cake or prawns cracker. They are all good.  

Tip:

– This recipe is adapted from Thai canape called ” Khao-Tung-Na-Tang” The authentic Thai use the fried rice cracker. I used prawn cracker or rice cake instead.

-Make sure you use a good Thai Red Curry Paste.Click here to see why. Thai Kitchen Staples.

Tamarind Coconut Dip

 

 

 

 

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