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Can anyone identify this Thai dish?

David | Jul 31, 200301:21 AM     7

I haven't had it for years, but we used to go to this little Thai restaurant in Phoenix, and it's what we ordered every single time. I just never memorized the name.

I don't think it's curry. Isn't curry opaque and kind of gravy-like?

Anyway, it was all these steamed (but crisp) vegetables like cabbage, water chestnuts (I think.), carrots, baby corn, and I can't remember what else. The vegetables were in this clear, red oil - it was quite spicy. I'm assuming it was chili oil, but I'm not exactly sure.

Can anyone help me out?

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