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only1billybonds 12:27 Sat Apr 18
Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Or of course,no sauce at all.

I'll have a little brown sauce on home made chips and thats it.


Red sauce is on the devils menu

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Lee Trundle 1:36 Tue Apr 21
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
It all depends what I'm putting it on.

I hate that bit of juice you get in tomato ketchup if you forget to shake it though. Never seem to get that with HP.

Northern Sold 1:26 Tue Apr 21
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Branston Fruity Brown sauce.... food from the gods

Razzle 11:49 Tue Apr 21
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
When you go for a bit of brown sauce often a bit of red sauce pops out

fraser 12:45 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Ha fuck me I didn't even mention street food I mentioned Jay Fai and Dinso Rd..

Jay Fai started off as street food. Dinso Rd has some of the oldest established shop front restaurants in Bangkok.

But you crack on son, only happy when abiding people eh.

Did you get a refund for your holiday BTW?

fraser 12:41 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Would you consider the street food in Yarowat muck?

fraser 12:40 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
I disagree I've rarely eaten any muck.

Each to their own though.

Manuel 12:32 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Apart from maybe the odd exception Bangkok street food is fucking awful. Only poor Thai's and destitute farang's eat off it. Sitting on the plastic chairs with wonky tables, taking in the foul stench of the drains while you eat, all while sweating your bollocks off in 100f heat. Disgusting.

And yes fraser, we heard you the first 100 times telling us all that you like this muck.

fraser 12:07 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Michelen star ffs

fraser 12:06 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Not ate in KSR for going on 20 years.. Though have been there to get pissed. Stay Dinso Rd when that end and so much great food on that street, one of the best in Bangkok. Jay Fai is on the next street as well, have you tried it?

Michele start street food, best drunken noodles and amazing crab omelette, but at a very high price for Bangkok.

Again don't eat in bars around Asok.

ironsofcanada 12:03 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Reminds me of another dish that I encountered in the States called Hawaiian haystacks or *shudder* chicken sundaes

Rice with raw tomatoes, green peppers, pineapple, coconut, chow mein noodles, celery, cheddar cheese etc. you then pour over a chicken gravy often made with condensed mushroom soup.

Luckily it was usually buffet style and you could pick the ingredients you wanted. American friends talked about it as a being a school lunch.

mashed in maryland 11:55 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Fraser...

Sold in all the cheapo tourist bars on KSR and round Asok etc.

Never seen it anywhere else in Thailand or any Thai restaurant in the world.

fraser 11:51 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
MiM I have never sern that dish or have and didn't notice.

ironsofcanada 11:28 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
mashed in maryland 11:20 Mon Apr 20

The raisins and pineapple are a new level of "do not want".

mashed in maryland 11:20 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Won't win any culinary prizes but as i said fills a hole and soaks up the ale.

Invented to cater to yanks during 'Nam apparently

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_fried_rice

ironsofcanada 11:05 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
mashed in maryland 10:50 Mon Apr 20

Interesting, would give it a go without the ketchup.

Benihana stuff is chicken and bits of scrambled egg with veg - peas and carrot-, rice and Asian seasonings fried in lots of butter and some sesame oil.

mashed in maryland 11:00 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Ioc, American fried rice is rice fried in ketchup (!!!), with bacon, egg, fried chicken and a hot dog on the side. Every cheapo tourist bar in Bangkok sells it. Brilliant hangover food, if nothing else.

ironsofcanada 10:55 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
mashed in maryland 10:50 Mon Apr 20

Benihana style fried rice is really good if you want inauthentic American versions. But it should be considering all the butter you need to fry it in.

No ketchup thankfully.

mashed in maryland 10:50 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Tell ya what, on the subject of ASIAN FUSION CUISINE and ketchup, that "American fried rice" that's sold everywhere in Bangkok (but in absolutely no Thai restaurants in the UK) always fills a hole. Basically a fry up with a dome of rice.

Johnson 10:49 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Red.

Brown is minging.

ironsofcanada 10:41 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
Coffee 10:32 Mon Apr 20

Stalks are. if that is your thing, not mine.

Paragraph must be American/North American though.

ironsofcanada 10:38 Mon Apr 20
Re: Red sauce v brown sauce ?
fraser 10:28 Mon Apr 20

Yeah, one version I guess.

I checked and a bunch of UK recipes have sriracha mayonnaise. (BBC, tesco, telegraph) a Vietnamese woman in the States has mayonnaise with Maggi in a cookbook I have.


Another:

"When I'm exploring Vietnam, a thousand street snacks beckon, but I inevitably seek out banh mi, the ubiquitous Franco-Viet sandwich. I order the dac biet, "the special." The vendor slashes open a crisp baguette, moistens it with mayonnaise and soy sauce..."

https://www.saveur.com/article/Travels/Street-Hero-Banh-Mi-Sandwich/


As I said, maybe a Western thing but seriously try it. Lifts it all.

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