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    Fusion food

    Cooked myself up some pad krapao moo today, but used it on a pizza (eaten tonight) and put the rest into a Shepherd's pie (idea taken from a thread here) to be eaten in the future.

    The pizza was really good. Tomato sauce base, chopped toms & sliced onions, pad krapao & cheese. Didn't taste Thai at all, but really nice.

    Anyone else tried any Thai/Western fusion ideas?

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    curry omelette, with cheese and cucumber.

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    ^ What type of curry? Isn't it too wet? Details please.

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    Oh yay, for sure...

    Nam prik moo on jacket potatoes is bloody lovely and I'm rather partial to a larb moo sandwich.....also call me a ponce if you want, but before I eat a crunchy fresh somtam, I always put my fork in the freezer for 10 mins before I eat it, poofish I know and not really a fusion, but try it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by November Rain
    Cooked myself up some pad krapao moo today
    I actually have left over Pad Krapao Moo on toast the next morning for breakfast or lunch (depending when I wake up) NR.

    In fact a lot of food taste's better the next day and when you re-heat it.

    Actually I think a lot of thai food tastes better without rice and as you have termed, creating "Fusion Food" and when introducing other condiments and pastries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    I'm rather partial to a larb moo sandwich
    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    I actually have left over Pad Krapao Moo on toast the next morning for breakfast
    OK, new ideas. Yum...

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    crab and marmite on pitta bread with beans.

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    I would love to see pics of these gastronomic delights

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    Naam Tok Moo with tabbouleh wrapped in tortillas

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    Quote Originally Posted by November Rain
    Didn't taste Thai at all, but really nice.
    It is a pleasant surprise when food doesn't taste like a Thai has 'cooked' it, doesn't it?

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    Did try a shrimp corma pastie... wasn't bad but a hassle to make.

    E. G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by November Rain
    and put the rest into a Shepherd's pie (idea taken from a thread here)
    Nice mix isn't it

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    Hmmmm....try putting all left overs in a blender with a glass of milk and a teaspoon of sugar ........ makes a wonderful chundershake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thai Pom
    Nice mix isn't it
    Haven't tried that one, yet. Was that your thread, TP?

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    It was my suggestion but not my thread, I used beef though.

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