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Old Sat, Oct-15-05, 18:36
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I like Sharitake noodles as topping to the cauliflower rice. I like fried rice a lot and I fry chiken or ANYTHING with cocnut oil. Usually, I add the peppers or even something with roughage like cabbages. Gives me the "bulk" I need to feel satisfied. When I like something like Singaporean... I use the hot peanut sauce.
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Default Karen's Coconut curry chicken

Simple Chicken and Coconut Milk Curry

I made this tonight with great results. I didn't have the whole spices except for the cloves, and had to use powdered so that may of upped the carb count. Also I added a can of chicken broth instead of just water and a small can of mushrooms. Also, I realized that the whole cloves have to be eaten around as they are a rude surprise when you eat one. The sauce was still really liquid like at the end so I threw in a bag of spinach that had been cooked and drained. This really helped to thicken the sauce and made it more of a complete meal.

This one is defiantly a must do again.
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Old Sun, Feb-25-07, 22:37
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Wait a minute,I just checked the nutritional info of this recipe and here is what it says

Total Calories: 2260
Fat: 137 grams
Carbs: 13 grams
Fiber: 0 grams
Protein: 244 grams

2,260!!! calories!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! woa I hope that is a typo?
244 grams of protein?


lol
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Wait a minute,I just checked the nutritional info of this recipe and here is what it says

Total Calories: 2260
Fat: 137 grams
Carbs: 13 grams
Fiber: 0 grams
Protein: 244 grams

2,260!!! calories!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! woa I hope that is a typo?
244 grams of protein?


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That is the total for the recipe, Tarrenae. The recipe feeds 4 people.

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That is the total for the recipe, Tarrenae. The recipe feeds 4 people.


Or one me over a period of 3-4 days.
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I basically made this tonight (only difference is I used a good, sweet curry powder instead of the whole spices) and it was perfect. So satisfying and rich and flavorful. Ahhh. And the coconut milk cooked up so thick that I didn't miss rice. It was just like chicken and a gravy consistency sauce.
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I was recently introduced to thai food and I'm hooked. Can't wait to try this recipe!
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