View Poll Results: How ya like yer krapao now?

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  • Krapao moo

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    we're talking krapao..moo or gai?

    Was reading Rob's post on a krapao recipe and thought of this poll question. Most falangs like pad krapao..but some prefer moo, and others like the gai. I most often come across moo or gai options, but there are others. Let us know where you stand...or what you eat. For the sake of this poll we will assume that the cai dao is a given, as it should be.

    Me, I'm a moo guy..moo sap to be exact.
    Last edited by shunpike; 15-02-2010 at 12:29 AM.

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    I think the most desirable thing is 'sab' (minced), whether moo or gai. For me it's the blend of of meat with the rice that makes it special, which is better with minced meat, and of course the sauce/vegetable of choice and basil.

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    Moo minced.

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    Obviously a man of discerning taste!

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    Have you guys ever made your own and used minced beef? Tastes pretty good, but the moo sap is the way forward for sure.

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    Moo for me too.

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    Yup, love it with minced beef, but unfortunately the wife doesn't eat beef, and whilst she'll make it for me occasionally, I prefer we share the same food.

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    ^^proper thing..good man.

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    I'm a moo man.

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    Chicken really. well i cant remember what i had when i was in Thailand, but i know i cooked it at home using Chicken

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    I like gai sap, as my wife says, it is "mai uan". Sometimes I enjoy it with moo
    for a change, but as she does the cooking it is up to her.

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    Im a moo man mostly
    Quote Originally Posted by shunpike View Post
    Have you guys ever made your own and used minced beef? Tastes pretty good, but the moo sap is the way forward for sure.
    Mrs Ast is not averse to using minced beef, while here in the uk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunpike View Post
    Have you guys ever made your own and used minced beef? Tastes pretty good, but the moo sap is the way forward for sure.
    Yep, nice with beef too, but most of the time my choice is moo.

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    My favorite krapao has turned out to be gung. There is a lady that runs a little 'lean to' around the corner from my place in Pattaya, she mixes up a great one for 25 bht- and the prawns are fresh daily from the nearby Nongprue market.

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    Used to be moo until I fairly recently saw a truck carrying the moos, stack..poor bastards dead or badly injured all over the place..not the most pleasant way to be taken to the slaughter yard. Gai, shrimp or squid now..gai predominantly..thats until I see a gai lorry stack too..

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    Toughen yerself up STS...Pretty well all animals raised for human consumption live short brutish lives. Either give up meat altogether or relish in it. No half measures!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunpike
    Either give up meat altogether or relish in it. No half measures!
    No need if free range meat was easier to come by...anyhow..fish on the menu for the next week..pla too, roast potatoes, brocolli and a nice tartare sauce..

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    THE ONLY FUCKING WAY TO ENJOY KAPROAW IS WITH NEUA. GOOD QUAILTY MINCED NEAU

    AND FUCK KAFFIR LIME LEAF (OLD STYLE) AND THAT FUCKED AND CHOPPED UP MUNG BEAN

    SIMPLE RECIPE COOK THE FUCK IT HOW YOU LIKE IT.

    OH Fuck left caps lock on

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    oh... and a fried egg

    beef beef beef

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    Moo for me too, I also like it made with crispy pork.

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    ^ good call

    Crispy Pork

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    ^^Excellent call on the crispy moo there. One of my favorite dish's at my old work place was Crispy Pork with Ponzu vinaigrette.

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    ^One of my favourite dishes at your place was kaproaw neau untill they threw them bean things in

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    What bean things? Ask Mrs Brown to help describe it better.

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    Theses fuckers chopped up



    and you took the cucumber away

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