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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Corn Cakes and Tofu at Neecha


Although I really not big on fried foods, the corn cakes above, from Neecha, a Thai restaurant in San Francisco, were quite the tasty treat. Corn kernels with a wonderful spice/herb flavor I couldn't identify, fried in a batter until very crispy. Believe me, these corn cakes have crunch!

This tofu dish was also something "completely different" for me. Deep fried puffy tofu, with a lightly dusted affect, in a sweet sticky chili sauce with carmelized onions and basil. Very different, this dish literally shined.

Neecha offers lots of vegetarian dishes. I also tried the vegetarian satay with peanut sauce and po pia. Everything was good.

4 Comments:

Blogger Lydia said...

Hmmm....would love a recipe for the corn cakes.

8:09 PM  
Blogger Linda said...

YUM! those corn cakes look delicious. uber-creative.

5:45 AM  
Blogger Spanish Steps said...

I just landed in your blog... congratulations! Your dishes look professional, colorful, and healthy.

-Spanish Steps

http://spanish-steps.blogspot.com/

10:56 AM  
Anonymous infokorners said...

yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmy recipe and i want to eat this now

5:47 PM  

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