Thai Basil Porks. Serve a pork stir-fry with plenty of plain rice to balance its powerful Thai flavors and you'll soon be in Thai If you're a fan of authentic Thai street food, you must try this wonderful Thai basil pork stir-fry. I first had Thai basil pork belly at a Thai restaurant in Honolulu, Opal Thai. We arrived at the restaurant just in time to get seated before their afternoon closing.
Rice combines very well with the bold flavors of this dish and breaks up the richness of the fried pork. This Thai basil pork recipe is easy and slightly spicy and made with ground pork, fish sauce, soy sauce, garlic, shallots, Thai chiles, and basil. A quick weeknight dinner that's cheaper and better than. You can cook Thai Basil Porks using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Thai Basil Porks
- You need 150 g of Pork (marinade).
- You need 1 1/2 tsp of Taocu (soybeans paste).
- You need 1 1/2 tsp of Sugar.
- Prepare of Thai Basil.
- It’s 1 tsp of Garlic.
- You need 150 ml of water.
- It’s of Potato Starch.
How it's really made in Thailand. Walk into nearly any restaurant in Thailand and you know the chef can make 'pud gaprow'. DIRECTIONS Add pork and continue to stir fry on medium heat until almost ready. Increase heat to high and add fresh thai basil.
Thai Basil Porks instructions
- Pork meat cut into size and marinade with Soy Sauce, Pepper and 1tsp of corn flour..
- Heat up the wok with 4tbsp vegetables oil and fried some chopped garlic.
- Add in water, Taocu and the pork meat as well. Water cook with the pork is better feeling… meat softens.
- The add in all the sauce to taste and let it boil….
- Lastly add in some potato starch and also add in Thai Basil's….. ready to be served.
Recipe for Thai basil pork stir-fry. It is a very popular street dish in Thailand and very easy to cook at home! We've sourced and blended all of the unique flavour ingredients to make our authentic Thai Basil Pork. So time to prep the sauce of the meat before preparing your ingredients. Learn to make this authentic Thai one-dish meal.