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Pad Ka Pow Chicken Recipe

pad ka pow chicken recipe

 

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Thanks for showing me how to make one of my favorite dishes. exceptional :) Reply Mark Wiens 8 months ago Hey David, awesome to hear that, thanks for sharing! Reply Marcin 8 months ago Very good recipe . It is definately one of my very favourite dishes that Ive cooked by myself. Craig says June 22, 2016 at 10:40 PM This was probably one of your easiest, quickest recipes. Any chance you could find and do this recipe for us??????? Love you recipes and videos. Technically I believe this is Pad Kra Pao Moo (as opposed to Pad Kra Pao Gai chicken or pad Kra Pao Nua beef.) Very good served with a very crispy fried egg with runny yoke! Reply Sarah says September 18, 2016 at 11:10 AM Thanks for the clarification, Jeff!! Reply FEL!X says September 17, 2016 at 10:13 PM Maybe helpful for those who search the correct seeds: the botanical name of Holy Basil is Ocimum tenuiflorum or Ocimum sanctum. For chilies, I would recommend at least 2 5, but even 1 would be alright, and she might be able to build her spice tolerance!? Hope your daughter enjoys it! Reply Andy 1 year ago Hi Mark, Made this recipe several times now following your guide; a real winner especially with Prik Nam Pla on the side. I love meals that are quick and easy. Also, any meat and even seafood can be used for this recipe.

 

Minute 6:Youll add the ground chicken and start breaking it up. We also have great success with the Thais birds eye chillies so can really get an authentic flavour. That said, if youre not into the ideaof growing thisuncommon (here in Murica, anyway) variety of basil in order to get your hands on some, I maintain that using cinnamon basil or even regular sweet basil is better than having no stir-fry at all! Ok, on to the recipe. Stir-fry for another minute and deglaze the pan with the broth. Reply Judy says December 1, 2016 at 11:16 PM So glad that your family enjoyed it! Reply Sarah says December 11, 2016 at 11:24 PM Thanks Rajshree! Reply Stephanie says October 31, 2016 at 3:12 PM Im not much of a commentor anywhere on the internet, but I wanted to let you guys know that Ive used your recipe for inspiration the three times Ive made this dish and each time it keeps getting better! I use Serrano Peppers solely because theyre easier to find, even at nearby Asian markets, and chicken thighs because theyre hard to overcook and I love the texture of super small bite-sized thigh pieces. Glad you enjoyed it! Reply Mark Wiens 1 month ago Hey Donna, thats great to hear, glad you all enjoyed it! Reply Jay 2 months ago Lived in Thailand for a year and always loved this dish closest Ive found to the mainland recipe thank you :) Reply Mark Wiens 2 months ago Cool to hear that, thanks Jay! Reply Mark Wiens 1 month ago Very cool to hear that, thank you Jay! Reply kei 2 months ago i miss that padkapao. Goes so well with the egg. Add the basil, and stir-fry until wilted. :( (Much to my dismay). Reply Mark Wiens 12 months ago Hey Jessie, glad you and your kids enjoyed it, thanks! Reply Adeline 12 months ago Can I add Fish sauce? is fish sauce an option and is it in the original thai recipe? Reply Mark Wiens 12 months ago Hey Adeline, yes you can use fish sauce.

 

Kudos to you for using ground chicken! Ground chicken or pork is the way that Thais eat this dish. Serve over rice. This is a favorite dish of mine & that includes the fried egg cooked the way you described. Serve over rice. =-J I wanna try this! I love Thais foods! Reply Tim Peck 1 year ago Awesome. This is going to be a relaxed10 minutes of cooking. They are reputed to have the best in the country.

 

These meals will make you want to travel, just to eat! Prepare yourself to drool over these 41 meals, each featuring mouthwatering photos, details, and where you can eat it. Reply Sarah says June 16, 2016 at 1:44 PM Agreed! They may take a little longer to cook though, depending on how finely you chop them. Thank you and God Bless you! Reply Mark Wiens 1 year ago Hey Cathy, great to hear from you, so glad you enjoy this recipe. Now Ive made it four times at home since finding your recipe! It is delicious and oh, so easy to put together quickly! Thank you for posting, and Ill have to check out more of your recipes soon! Reply Mark Wiens 10 months ago Hey Nancy, awesome to hear that, glad you enjoy this recipe! Reply Joe 10 months ago Sabai dee, I found holy basil in Frys supermarket, and designed my dinner around it. I just used regular basil since I didnt have time for an excursion to the specialty store, but even with that it was really good (I could have added more though). Keep stir frying for about another 30 seconds. Add the meat to the skillet and break it up with the spatula into small pieces. Reply MQ 2 years ago This recipe is a definite keeper! Its soooo good :) Reply Mark Wiens 2 years ago Thank you MQ, glad you enjoyed this recipe.

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