Does anybody know what this dish is called .I went to a Thai restaurant.?
This dish is called " Khang mud sa mun" If they use chicken, it is called Khang mud sa mun kai (kai =chicken and nua=beef). The easiest way to cook thai recipe is that you have to buy the chili paste which the name Khang mud sa mun is written over the package imported from Thailand. Chili paste is the heart of Thai recipe. Next, you have to prepare your chicken or beef. Sometimes you need to add fish sauce into chicken or beef because some brands of chilli paste are not salty enough. So you need to read their suggestions. You begin cooking with put coconut milk around 2 cup on the pan and wait for a couple minute until boiling. Put chili paste into your pan. Stir it. You will see the oil of coconut milk with the yellow collor of chilli.Try stir it as long as you can to make the oil. The more you have oil, the better taste it can be. After that put chicken or beef and stir it until it is cooked. Dilute coconut milk with water 1:1. put chicken into a pot and pour diluted coconut into the pot until over the chicken. Boil chicken and put some onion into the curry until chicken is soft and the curry is concentrated and add fried or ovened peanut. That's all.
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What is the chili sauce they serve at Thai restaurants called?
There are two, the one that you mean is Asian Chile Paste: you can get it in green topped plastic jars in well stocked supermarkets in the International aisle........ There's also one, just as good, but a bit more firey: Siracha. It comes in a squeeze bottle. You'll find them just about next to each other.......Again, look in the Asian section of the International aisle of large well stocked supermarkets....... Nam phrik are Thai chilli pastes, similar to the Indonesian and Malaysian sambals. Each region has its own special versions. The wording "nam phrik" is used by Thais to describe any paste containing chilies used for dipping. Curry pastes are normally called phrik kaeng or khrueang kaeng, litt. curry ingredients) but some people also use the word nam phrik to designate a curry pastes. Red curry paste, for instance, could be called phrik kaeng phet or khrueang kaeng phet in Thai, but also nam phrik kaeng phet. Both Nam phrik and phrik kaeng are prepared by crushing together chillies with various ingredients such as garlic and shrimp paste using a mortar and pestle. Some nam phrik are served as a dip with vegetables such as cucumbers, cabbage and yard-long beans, either raw or blanched. One such paste is nam phrik num, a paste of pounded fresh green chilies, shallots, garlic and coriander leaves. The sweet roasted chili paste called nam phrik phao is often used as an ingredient in Tom yam or when frying meat or seafood, and it is also popular as a spicy "jam" on bread. The dry nam phrik kung, made with pounded dried prawns (kung haeng, Thai: กุ้งแห้ง), is often eaten with rice and a few slices of cucumber. EDIT: You're looking for the Thai/Asian Chile Paste (a combo of Thai chilies and LOTS of garlic, all blended together......can be used 'as is' or added to other dishes to add kick and flavor........ Christopher K.