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In fact originally from the Bango website which has many original recipes on it.
Strange. The same recipe appears here from 2015: pretty much word for word, I thought you stated that all your recipes are original and not taken from other blogs on the web?
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Khao Niaw Sod Sei - filled riceballs
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Khao Niaw Sod Sei
filled riceballs

150 gr ketan (sticky rice)
400 gr chickenbreast
1 bunch chives
4 sprigs coriander
1 tbsp cornflour
3 tbsp fish sauce
1 tbsp palmsugar
1 tsp pepper
1 egg
banana leaf

1 small carrot
1 red lombok (large chilie)
1 green lombok
spice sweet/sour sauce

Chop the meat and the coriander and the chives fine and mix it with the egg, the fish sauce, the palmsugar, the pepper and the cornflour. Soak the rice for at least 3 hours in warm water and drain well. Spread the rice. Put 1 tsp of the mixture on the rice and form small balls (2 cm) Cover a steampan with the bananaleaves and put the balls in. Steam the balls for 20-25 minutes until done. Slice the carrot and the deseeded lomboks julienne. Garnish the balls with it and serve it with the sauce.
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