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Old 05-04-2014, 03:24 PM   #1
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Default My Thai........Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese...it's something!

Let's see if I can make this happen.
Some pork loin getting happy in some Thai chili sauce. I'm probably gonna mix up all the flavors, but oh, well!

Gonna make an orange juice and Siracha glaze for a whole fryer I have defrosting. Maybe my butter, curry powder rice with some scallion oil. We shall see.
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Old 05-04-2014, 03:29 PM   #2
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Marinating in pure Thai chili sauce? That'll have a little kick.
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It was bottled stuff. More sweet than hot, but decent. Going with what I have on hand.
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Should be very interesting Mr Bob Looking forward to how it all turns out
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Sounds yummy!
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Sweet chili sauce?
Yes, the sweet chili sauce. Also, got a whole fryer that got spatched and will get hit with some chipotle pineapple rub and a bit of soy sauce. Got some more pics coming but gotta get a fire goin!
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Yes, the sweet chili sauce. Also, got a whole fryer that got spatched and will get hit with some chipotle pineapple rub and a bit of soy sauce. Got some more pics coming but gotta get a fire goin!
Sweet! I grew up on Sriracha and sweet chili sauce. Love smoking some wings and tossing in sweet chili :)
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And I'm going to have to look for the sweet chili sauce. The stuff I get comes in little jars and is murderously hot...pure evil, but we love it.
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And I'm going to have to look for the sweet chili sauce. The stuff I get comes in little jars and is murderously hot...pure evil, but we love it.
This stuff. Get it for a dolla a bottle at the grocery store in the da hood. Good stuff, very sweet, but has a bit of heat and a nice mix of what ever else is in there. Nice as a glaze strait up.

http://www.dollaritem.com/store/prod...uce-12-7oz.cfm
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Sweet chili sauce is some great stuff. In the summer I use it as a glaze for grilled salmon and it is delicious. I'm sure it'll do good things for that pork.
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Thai sweet chilli sauce is the best sweet and sour sauce for dipping fried and roasted stuff imo. I prefer the Mae Ploy brand: It's tangy with very mild spice.

There's a big difference between this stuff and the red chili sauce condiments popular in Thailand. It's quite spicy. That is similar to sriracha & ketchup. And like Red Hot, they put that $hit on everything!
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Oj and siracha glaze reducing.

Scallion, jalapeno and garlic oil!
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I can smell the fragrances coming off of that saute pan.
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I can smell the fragrances coming off of that saute pan.
I tell you what, the oj and siracha glaze made for a damn nice aroma. Whole house had a sweet and spicy smell to it!
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