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       Title: Thai Grilled Chicken - Midsummer Thai Dinner
  Categories: chicken, main dish, poultry, thai
       Yield: 4 servings
    6.00    coriander sprigs; with stems
    0.50 ts chinese chili sauce; or
       1    ; chili flakes
    3.00 tb soy sauce
    1.00 tb oyster sauce
    2.00    garlic cloves; crushed
    0.50 ts sugar
    4.00 ea boneless chicken breasts
       1    ; skin on
    1.00    leaf lettuce
       1    coriander
       1    mint springs
    3.00    green onions; slivered
 --------------------------TART SWEET DIPPING SAUCE--------------------------
    1.00 c  sugar
    0.50 c  water
    0.50 c  white vinegar
    2.00 tb garlic; chopped
    2.00 tb fish sauce
    1.50 ts chinese chili sauce
    2.00 tb lime juice
    0.25 c  carrot; shredded
   If you don't like coriander, use basil or mint instead. For a spicier
   dish, increase the chili sauce.
   In a blender or by hand, combine coriander, chili sauce, soy sauce,
   oyster sauce, garlic and sugar. Spread on chicken and marinate for 4
   hours or overnight.
   Preheat broiler or barbecue. Broil chicken skin side down for 4
   minutes. Turn and broil 4 minutes longer until skin is crispy and
   chicken is cooked through. Cut chicken in 1/2-inch strips.
   Place lettuce leaves on platter and arrange chicken on top. Carnish
   with coriander, mint sprigs and green onions.
   To eat in the Thai manner, roll chicken in lettuce leaves along with
   herbs and onions. Dipp into dipping sauce. Alternatively, serve
   lettuce, chicken and garnishes together.
   Tart Sweet Dipping Sauce Tbis is the traditional Thai dipping sauce
   used for salad rolls, spring rolls and most everything else.
   Combine sugar, water and vinegar. Bring to boil and boil for 5
   minutes. Stir in garlic, fish sauce and chili sauce. Simmer for 2
   minutes. Cook and add lime juice and shredded carrot.
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