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    Re: Mixed Vegitable

    There is one further alternative for Woks that works very well-stainless steel-Ken Hom does a flat bottom 32cm one with a glass lid in his "connoisseur" collection which is very good. ( I have one and use it very regularly-shop around for a good price!) No seasoning required and no flaking of non stick coating because there is not one! But does take a little time to warm up and subject to staining-never the less, the best and easiest to use Wok I have ever had -and I have had a few!

    (Addendum: For anyone interested in the UK -"Argos" has the best price)
    Last edited by Khun Don; 23-07-13 at 06:53 PM.

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    Re: Mixed Vegitable

    I found a good, I hope, deal on a Cuisinart GG 26-30 H on Amazon used for $38 US. Includes glass lid and free shipping which is about half of this price to where I live. It is in like new condition but the box is opened. We will see what I end up with. Really good reviews on this and I have had the best of luck with any used item I got from Amazon so far. Free shipping really cinched the deal.

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    Re: Mixed Vegitable

    Quote Originally Posted by Rori View Post
    My favorite Thai dish, stir fry style is ผัดพริกขิง pad prik king. I just simply fry the red curry paste in hot oil, then add sliced streaky pork (the fat/meat layers), fry till well cooked, and add chopped yardlong bean (or asparagus bean), till cooked then add fish sauce. Add a bit of sugar if you wish, but I dont lol
    You can modify the chili paste with some other paste ie roasted chili paste etc.
    I'm going to have to try and make this. Saap baw?

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    Re: Mixed Vegitable

    I don't believe it but my wok arrived already! The condition is like new for sure but there is a small chip/blemish just where one of the rivets hold the handle on. I am suspicious now of how it will hold up. Hmm... Geez! It is a big!

    I really wanted it because I am a veggie lover for certain. I see there are just so many things you can make. I think, like Susan, I may need to modify a bit but I am geared up to go!

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    Re: Mixed Vegitable

    Quote Originally Posted by issanboy View Post
    I'm going to have to try and make this. Saap baw?
    Please let us know how it goes!

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    Re: Mixed Vegitable

    Chef Pea Brain, please share your new recipes with us! As soon as you have some, that is.

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    Re: Mixed Vegitable

    Quote Originally Posted by Susana View Post
    Chef Pea Brain, please share your new recipes with us! As soon as you have some, that is.
    LOL! Where is Siam Ruby when you need her!

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    Re: Mixed Vegitable

    Just go to the farmer's market or grocers and pick out some veggies which look appealing to you, go home and play.

    My personal suggestion would be to try something green and leafy for starters, since something like pak choy cooks quickly. Keep us posted!

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    Re: Mixed Vegitable

    HaHa! My first try. I looked at what I had on hand. I took some green curry paste and fried it with olive oil. I threw in some dried garlic. I put in a sprinkle of curry powder. I opened a can of Chinese veggies and cooked them up in the mix along with a can of corn and some fish oil. With jasmine rice, not bad.

    The wok was very sensitive to flame level, it reacted fast. It cleaned up with a paper towel. I like that. I will get to the market tomorrow and get some real ingredients.

    Hey! It is how a single Pea does it!

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    Re: Mixed Vegitable

    sounds yummy already ��

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