Nam prik curry noodles (kanom jin nam prik)
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Nam prik curry noodles (kanom jin nam prik)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:00:26 AM. Recipe ID 23581. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Nam prik curry noodles (kanom jin nam prik)
 Categories: Thai, Vegetarian, Pasta
      Yield: 3 Servings
MMMMM-----------------THE NOODLES AND VEGETABLES----------------------
      8 oz White longxu noodles
      4 oz Long beans; finely chopped
      4 oz Morning glory
           - (water spinach)
           -- roughly chopped
  1 1/4 c  Bean sprouts

MMMMM-----------------------NAM PRIK SAUCE----------------------------
     10    Shallots
           -- finely sliced into rings
      5    Garlic cloves
           -- finely chopped
    1/2 c  Dried split moong beans
           -- soaked in water for 6 hrs
      2    Coriander roots
      1 tb Red curry paste
  1 1/4 c  Coconut milk
      2 tb Light soy sauce
      1 tb Sugar
      1 tb Tamarind juice
      1 tb Lemon juice
    1/2 ts Chili powder
      1    Kaffir lime; cut in half
      1 c  -Water

MMMMM----------------------FRIED DRY CHILIS---------------------------
      2 lg Dried red chilis
           -- coarsley chopped
           Oil; (reserved from above)
  Heat 2 tbsp (30 ml) of the oil until a light haze forms, then fry
  half the shallots and half the garlic until crispy brown.  Drain and
  set aside, keeping the oil for the Fried Dry Chilis.
  Drain the moong beans, place in a mortar, pound well to form a paste
  and set aside.  In the mortar, pound together the coriander roots
  with the remaining shallots and garlic until a paste forms, then set
  aside. In a frying pan or wok heat the remaining unused oil, stir in
  the red curry paste and cook.  Add half the coconut milk, stirring
  well, add the paste of coriander root, shallot and garlic and
  thoroughly mix.  Add in the moong bean paste and stir well.  Add the
  soy sauce, sugar and tamarind juice, lemon juice and chili powder,
  stirring constantly.  Put the two halves of the kaffir lime into the
  mixture and continue to cook gently. Thin the remaining coconut milk
  with the water then stir in to the sauce and boil. Simmer for 1
  minute.  Quickly stir in the crispy shallot and garlic mix and
  immediately turn into a serving bowl.  Save the remaining oil for the
  side dish.
  FRIED DRY CHILIS: Re-heat the oil and quickly stir-fry the chilis.
  Turn into a small serving bowl.  Serves three.

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Recipe ID 23581 (Apr 03, 2005)

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