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El Mattadorr
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Favorite Thai Dish
I've always loved Thai food. I love anything spicy, actually. Has anyone ever cooked authentic Thai at home, and , if so, what do you like to make?


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jordan21210
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Drunken Noodles. Not sure how authentic they are considered, but surprisingly easy to make at home.


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AlxTgr
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Massaman curry. I sometimes have trouble finding the paste though.


hungryone
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
larb gai (chicken salad)
tom kha soup
I make batches of pad thai sauce and freeze, so I can whip it up when the mood strikes.


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Aubie Spr96
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
My wife loves chicken massaman. I make it for her all the time.


Chicken Satay is another favorite: LINK


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USEyourCURDS
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Duck basil and Tom Yum soup are my favorite dishes but I have only tried Tom Yum at the house.


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Ryan3232
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Pad thai
Rice noodle bowls
Anything else


This isnt an order^ (I love it all)
This post was edited on 11/13 at 1:31 pm


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Big Chipper
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Either Massaman Curry or Pad Prik, both pork at spice level 5. Damn...getting hungry just thinking about it.


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GoAwayImBaitn
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Pad Woonsen is my favorite


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offshoreangler
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Khao soi


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rbWarEagle
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Trout Bandit
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Everything on the Saturday buffet at Thai Pepper.
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fillmoregandt
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Pad Kee Mao


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Stadium Rat
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Mee Grob Laht Nah from Bangkok Cuisine (RIP)

Beef, chicken and shrimp with baby corn, bell pepper, Sliced carrots, “tree ear” mushrooms, Straw mushrooms, Sliced water chestnuts, Sliced bamboo shoots, Broccoli florets and Snow pea pods over thin fried egg noodles.

The sauce is called "Mama's Sauce". You can get a version at Mama Thai in Bucktown, but now they leave out the beef.


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lsu xman
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Shrimp Pad thai from Thai Kitchen is legit.


saderade
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
I usually go for the green curry.


Aubie Spr96
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Green shrimp curry with my homemade thai basil pesto dominates.


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Epic Cajun
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Member since Feb 2013
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Pad see ew


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Darla Hood
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re: Favorite Thai Dish
Larb, tom kha, curry, all with various proteins.


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