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    Some Din Din

    Chicken satay wings

    Grab a couple ingredients. I forgot sugar
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    Mix
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    Prepare wings however you want
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    Marinate. I did over night
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    Toss on the grill with your favorite hipster beer
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    I served with Thai Cucumber salad
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    I generally don't like coconut with anything other than a donut....but dang, lookin good

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    It's not as strong as you would think. Thank you, sir

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    fish sauce is good stuff. you might post the Thai cuke recipe as well, no?
    Do you mean, Thai Rice Cakes? If so, I was shown one time how to make them, but I haven't made them myself, yet. They are redonkulous! I looked up a couple recipes, but they are not like I was taught. I just can't remember the recipe.

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    Damn Z that made me hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seldom seen View Post
    Damn Z that made me hungry.
    Glad I could help! HA

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    Chiming in to say that those are looking real good. Also, nice food scissors

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    no, i meant the thai cucumber salad recipe....although thai rice cakes sounds good too.
    Cucumber salad is pretty easy. Thin slices cucumber, red onion, Thai chili peppers, sugar, salt and white vinegar. You can add a little more sugar, vinegar or peppers to suit your taste.

    Quote Originally Posted by sheetglass View Post
    Chiming in to say that those are looking real good. Also, nice food scissors
    Thanks sheet! Those are the Harbor Freight Kitchen Series. Ha Ha

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    Hanna, I can't remember exactly what all was in the rice cakes. I know it was rice, lemon grass, fish sauce, lime and some other stuff. Then you form the cake in your palm, dip it in egg wash and pan fry it in oil.