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February 02, 2007



They both sound great to me. I'm a big fan of fish sauce, so I bet I would like this chicken a lot.


These both sound wonderful, but the pilaf, especially so!

Susan from Food "Blogga"

Chickpeas just get along with all kinds of food, don't they? This will be great with tofu as well(I'm a vegetarian).
P.S. After seeing those perky pink tulips, I'll be picking some up at Trader Joe's :)


Both sound fantastic! And we must have been on the same wave length because I made soup with chickpeas in it today. Great minds think alike.


Wow that looks delicious!!


This looks fantastic!


Sher, you probably remember I don't eat peas (changing in process, hehee...), but I made a couple of your Madison recipes, they're all good! And I'm new in Thai cooking, yours look simple enough for me to manage!


It's alwqys good to hear about things that are quick and easy but still satisfying. Some days -- lots of days -- I don't have the time or energy to spend a long time in the kitchen. Nice to have something easy and delicious for those days.


Fish sauce really is key. The first time I bought it, I opened it, smelled and it, and was nearly convinced I bought a rancid bottle; it smelled so terrible! But, now I consider it an essential ingredient.


Sher, thanks for another great recipe using chickpea! About fish sauce, I use it everyday in my cooking and personally think it has great flavour. I am Vietnamese and can't live without it! :D


Sher- Whenever I hear someone say something is an old standby, I pay attention. We all need something quick, easy and delicious. Thanks for the tip!


Mmm, that all looks marvelous. The pilaf is right up my alley because I love chickpeas. Will have to try that one. And I'm a big fan of chicken thighs -- so flavorful. Cilantro, mint, garlic, lime? Hmm. I'm all over that little dish, too. Except maybe for the fish sauce. :)


I love chickpeas and chicken thighs and thai so I think I'll give this a try! Looks great and love your pics.

mma clothing

Very cool recipe. I'm going to try this out...I'll let you know how it goes!

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