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    Isaan-Farang Fusion Sandwich

    Okay, so first you knock up a bowl of grilled chicken and and mayo, mix it together and throw it on a nice thick slice of bread, add a decent portion of spicy laap muu on top and cover with another slice of bread and serve.

    I only thought of taking a pic when I was already half way through.

    Bloody lovely.





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    ^ yes, mate..i often start the day with larb or namtok on toast..lovely..just eaten a moo som (naem) salad sandwich as it happens..

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    Do you have eczema EN?

    Have you ever had a larb moo pizza?

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    I love laarb. Best is I get the mrs to put a spoonful in those wonton things, fold, deep fry and eat with a couple of cold beers. The best beer snack bar none!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chitown
    Do you have eczema EN? Have you ever had a larb moo pizza?
    No eczema mate, my fingers look funny on that picture though. Never had a laap muu pizza, but thought about making one after I had that sandwich, then my Mrs told me they sell them here already. Did you make your own?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    larb or namtok on toast
    Quote Originally Posted by Bung
    I get the mrs to put a spoonful in those wonton things, fold, deep fry
    Both sound good, I will try the toast one in the next couple of days.

    Pleased I found some fellow laap lovers.

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    Gotta be careful when ordering the larb to remember to tell the cook not to put half a kilo of fat in it though...fantastic grub, mopping the plate with sticky rice is almost as good as a crusty roll..

    Anyone ever tried the raw variety? Got a different name but it's essentially uncooked larb..surprisingly edible, although I'd never pay for it and probably never eat it again come to think of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Gotta be careful when ordering the larb to remember to tell the cook not to put half a kilo of fat in it though...fantastic grub, mopping the plate with sticky rice is almost as good as a crusty roll..
    I tend to agree, this was home made today but I eat it out at least 4-5 times per week.
    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Anyone ever tried the raw variety?
    Nam Muu sot. I don't touch uncooked pork here, you have to be very careful.

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    ^I think he's talking about larb leuat or sok lek. Larb or nam tok sandwiches are great !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoGeAr
    I think he's talking about larb leuat or sok lek.
    The one I ate was made with beef..cannae for the life of me remember the name of it..



    Quote Originally Posted by JoGeAr
    Larb or nam tok sandwiches are great !!
    Lest we forget the jacket potato..

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    The one I ate was made with beef
    With raw beef and blood it is called Larb Dib

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    ^ No blood present..wouldn't have eaten it..raw beef on the other hand..BRING IT...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim
    With raw beef and blood it is called Larb Dib
    Just spoke to the mrs..it was somet called 'goy'..which is the same as the larb dib..so, I ate raw beef and blood..nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Originally Posted by Thetyim With raw beef and blood it is called Larb Dib Just spoke to the mrs..it was somet called 'goy'..which is the same as the larb dib..so, I ate raw beef and blood..nice.
    What, like this?


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    The stuff I like I don't see very often, only around Phetchabun province, It is a very dark brown and lot's of different stuff in it. That Issan pale stuff is a poor substitute

    Can't find the photo of it for the life of me but it is excellent. Takes ages to make as well. The duck one is particularly good. Ask your wives about it.
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    Fahn Cahn's

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    Rolled in a tortilla with a couple of lettuce leaves and extra red onion is nice.

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    That was almost like sitting in a bar and someone really boring butts into the conversation you and a few others had been having for ages, total ignore.

    Loved it!!!

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    That's pretty much what forums are now that they have outlawed smoking in bars.

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    Man, a decent post from the wally, see it aint that hard is it noodles

    Deep fried larb balls are also very good

    Bread looks half decent too

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    not a wally

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    French fries and larb moo is a good combo too. Larb's great stuff, goes with anything. I've done the sarny, didn't add the chicken though..that sounds good. I'll try the larb tortilla too, seems a winner. Larb taco would go down good as well methinks. Great thread EN.

    As for the seppo, bit of punctuation wouldn't kill the guy would it?? Whatever you were writing dude, it was unreadable, You might want to try again, but as a thread starter, not busting in on another thread.
    Last edited by shunpike; 24-01-2010 at 08:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Lest we forget the jacket potato.
    Quote Originally Posted by attaboy
    Rolled in a tortilla
    These are now on the list, along with tacos and larb on toast.

    I thought I was going to get laughed out of the kitchen with this thread, seems I have just hit on something that some of you guys have been doing for a while already.

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    Some of us like to keep our more absurd recipes a secret for fear of being laughed at

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    Nam prik moo is pretty diverse stuff too..can imagine it going down quite well in a hard taco shell with some cheddar grated on top.

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    Could be a new one for the hoardes of drunks roaming the streets after closing time, the death of the kebab?

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