|1 pounds||Minced pork|
|¼ cup||Kratiem (garlic); minced|
|¼ cup||Bai pak chi (coriander or cilantro leaves); chopped|
|1 teaspoon||Freshly ground black pepper|
|¼ cup||Lime juice|
|1 tablespoon||Takhrai (lemon grass) very finely chopped|
|1 teaspoon||Phom kha (galangal or lao powder)|
|1 tablespoon||Hom daeng (shallot); chopped|
|1 tablespoon||Kapi (fermented shrimp paste)|
|1 tablespoon||Prik ki nu (green Birdseye chilis); finely chopped|
Date: Tue, 14 May 1996 12:52:12 -0700 From: "Colonel I. F. K. Philpott" <colonel@...> This is a quite different sausage, this time from the Chiang Mai region of northern Thailand.
It can be formed into sausages about 4" long, or into hamburger style patties or meatballs (delicous in guaitiao (noodle soup)) make sure the lemon grass is very finely chopped (put it through a food processor or grind in a mortar and pestle). Combine all the ingredients and stuff a sausage casing and form 4" sausages, or form into patties or meatballs. fry or broil until cooking to your taste.
Traditionally this is served with sticky rice. These sausages are also sold, spiked on wooden skewers, as popular "hawker food" throught Thailand, and eaten as you walk along the roadway...
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