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    Default uk members may be able to help...cooking Yam Pla Duk Fu

    I saw this stuff in LOS last time I was there but was not aware of what it was until now. It certainly looked interesting although I do have an issue when the food stares back at you. the head and tail were re attached. Has anyone tried to cook this stuff in the UK. I guess it works with fish other than catfish ? I,m guessing getting hold of the green presumably baby mango would be an issue. ?

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    Never heard of it mate but no doubt my other half has. I will ask on our next conversation which will be a while as she has headed off to the fruit farm in the village so communications are out until she returns to Phitsanulok City.

    colin 244

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    You mean the crispy fish salad? Yes you can use any fish or try Yum Goong Foo with prawns. One of my favourites. You can leave the head and tail off if you find it upsetting!

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    And if you keep your eye out at the chinese/thai supermarkets can you get the green mangoes, actually a lot of indian/pakistani shops also have them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scally View Post
    And if you keep your eye out at the chinese/thai supermarkets can you get the green mangoes, actually a lot of indian/pakistani shops also have them
    green maybe.......but i wondered if green meant baby as in hard and not ripe ?

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    Green, baby, virginal, unsullied, hard, unripe, underage mangoes are available as per Scally's post.

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    Thank you Kieth i need to look harder and thank you Scally. Looks like another walk down east Ham high street maybe

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    You should defo find them in Easthamistan.

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    Pook says it is a restaurant dish. A lot of work apparently goes into the sauce so she can't help
    But there is a recipe here
    http://www.thaifood-recipe.com/recipes/15/yum_pla_duk_foo.html
    Last edited by JohnSwansea; 4th Sep 2011 at 14:20.

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    yummmmmmm Yam Pla Duk Fu ....... my favourite!

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    it looks very unusual...........someone called it cloudy fish

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