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Hoi Tord batter !!!
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    Hoi Tord batter !!!

    Anyone out there have a recipe for Hoi tord batter ???

    My chef instincts tell me its most probably rice flour and eggs as the base ingredients but I would prefer the recipe with the measurements instead of experementing.


    Thanx in advance


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    Re: Hoi Tord batter !!!

    Please go to the top posted by Richard and click on
    www.enjoythaifood.com/videos/

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    Re: Hoi Tord batter !!!

    I was wondering why I could not get the recipe when I googled it.
    I was entering hoi tord.When I tried hoi tod - Bang ! there it was.
    And of course that video will come in more than handy for timing.


    Have a look.The batter is certainly unique.Its certainly not crepes or pancakes !!!


    Ingredients
    3/4 cup mussels
    1 cup bean sprouts
    1/2 cup fresh parsley
    1/2 teaspoon soy sauce
    1 teaspoon garlic
    3 eggs
    Spring onion
    8 tablespoons tapioca flour
    1/2 cup soda water (or 7-Up works fine)
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    1/4 teaspoon pepper
    vegetable oil for cooking

    Method
    Mix tapioca flour with salt, pepper and soda water. Keep this mixture in the freezer while you prepare the mussels. Wash mussels and set them to dry. Beat the eggs, chop the parsley, wash bean sprouts, and then slice spring onion.

    In a wok or frying pan heat vegetable oil at high heat. Ladle about 1/3 of the flour mixture into the oil, and spread it out. Sprinkle mussels on the flour and sprinkle with parsley and spring onion. Follow with egg. Using a spatula, mix the flour and eggs over and over a few times. When the flour has bright color, move to another side of the wok to make it crispy.

    Fry the garlic until aromatic, add bean sprouts and soy sauce. Serve together with hot dipping sauce, such as nam prik kiga, or nam prik narok.

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    Re: Hoi Tord batter !!!

    I wonder, is this the batter that's dipped in congee / rice soup / joke?

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    Re: Hoi Tord batter !!!

    So I gets home with my new zealand green lipped mussels and soda water.

    Prepares the veg and grabs the flour ,prepare batter.

    Fry mussels in batter adds the rest serves up only to near spew my insides up with the first taste.

    I used bi-carb of soda instead of rice flour,similar boxes,same appearance and texture.

    What a waste.

    ......
    Last edited by rcalaimo; 04-02-08 at 04:01 AM. Reason: missused word

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