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Thursday, 17 March 2011



thanks for sharing the recipe!looks quite simple - can't wait to try making this...


sounds delicious, what would you recommend eating it with?


Hi CC - It is, very simple.

Hi Kat - It's usually eaten with sticky rice, but I'm pretty sure you can top regular rice with this, or even use this as a dipping sauce for chicken.


Thanks Kirk. I originally thought it was quacamole when I saw at Siam Nara and unsure of its purpose. The version I had at Siam didnt have much flavor that day so I'm gonna have to try yours


We love eggplant and this sounds so good. Having it with chicken sounds even better. Thanks for sharing, Kirk!


Hi Mike - I think they're afraid of the garlic, chilies, and fish sauce.......

Hi Carol - My favorite was of eating this is simply with sticky rice! Especially if you use enough chili and garlic.


mmm...that looks good. anything with eggplant makes my taste buds happy! =)


Hi Lynnea - It does taste quite good! You should try to make it!

Va phimpasouk

thanks for sharing the recipe, it is a simple side dish and easy to follow. Lao eggplant. : ) I have had cooked this dish many times and enjoyed them.


Hi Va - Thanks so much for stopping by and taking time out to comment!

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