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Chicken Donuts ( Donuts Gai )


Another one of my recipes that looks like one thing while being another. These are pineapple rings wrapped in seasoned chicken coating and baked brown.

200 gms Chicken Mince
2 Garlic Cloves
2 Coriander Roots
1 Teaspoon Ground Pepper
1 Tablespoon Light Soy Sauce
1 Tablespoon Oyster Sauce
1 Tablespoon Dark Soy Sauce
Pineapple Rings

1. Pound the garlic, coriander root, and ground pepper together.
2. Mix with chicken mince and all the sauces and leave for 30 minutes.
3. Press the meat over the pineapple ring, and bake in a 190 degree oven until golden brown, 10-15 minutes is sufficient.

Comments (3)

Tehsee: have a wonderful collection of Thai foods recipes here...Enjoy it a lot...I will try this recipe and the one with pork plus apple...never try combination of fruits with meat before.Thanks.


the recipe sounds really good, my Grandaughter and I are going to try it, was wandering do I turn them over in the oven so both sides brown, should I placethem on cookie sheet
thank you so much cant wait to try this

[Appon] I just cooked them one side up on foil, but a baking sheet is also fine and silicon baking sheet probably better.


Just wondering do you have a recipe for Tom Yum paste. I do use the ones in jars but was curious for a recipe.

Your recipes are great btw.

[Appon]'ll throw that one open to the audience, do any of you have a favorite tom yum paste recipe?

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