This dish is a lovely combination of sweet & salty, with a tiny bit of heat (which can easily be omitted or kicked up). Plus it has the luxury of being mostly ready when you walk in the door from a long day at work.
Serve topped with chicken satay, peanuts, cilantro, fried shallots, and lime.
One of my all time favorite comfort food recipes.
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