8/19/2010

Chicken Chilli and Ginger Stir-Fry

Chicken Chilli and Ginger Stir-Fry

Ingredients

  • Thai Stir-Fry Curry Paste 1 packet
  • Chicken 200 g (7 oz)
  • Vegetable oil 3 tablespoons
  • Water 2 tablespoons
  • Yard long bean 100 g (3.5 oz)

Preparation

There is nothing so appetizing as the magnificent aroma of Chicken being cooked in a combination of chilli and ginger. This simple dish is just absolutely delicious at anytime of day or night.

  1. Heat oil in skillet and stir the Thai Stir-Fry Curry Paste until aromatic.
  2. Add small chunks of chicken and stir with the curry paste until cooked. 
  3. Add water, chopped yard long beans and continue to stir until cooked. 
  4. Remove and serve hot with rice. (serves 3-4 persons)

Tips


  • Vegetables like broccoli and carrot can be used as desired for greater variety. 
  • If you prefer to have yard long bean that is crispy, boil it then soak in cold water. When actually cooking the dish, bring the yard long bean in just to stir with the curry paste for a moment. 
  • Add chopped kaffir lime leaves before removing from stove for richer aroma. 


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22 comments:

Krystal said...

Sounds yummy.

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jamfiescreations1 said...

This looks so good.

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Ben and Carrie Tracks said...

Our tastebuds are watering already!! Love a good (and authentic :) ) Thai recipe ...happy to follow and thanks for visiting us and our wildlife adventures!

Barefoot Mommy said...

Stopping by to visit your blog and follow back! Thanks for coming by TBM! :)

PoetessWug said...

Yum! Yum! I love a good chicken recipe...and the "Chili" part hooked me right in!!! ^_^

Twee Poppets said...

Yum! Looks good. I'm following you back - thanks so much! :)

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Terrell said...

So going to have to give this a try! I looks delish!! I'm happy to be your newest follower and would love to have you visit Frou Frou Decor..I love new friends! I'd also like to invite you to link up to my party every Friday..for Fabulous Friday Finds...anything from creative finds to recipes..crafts, etc. !! :D Hope to see you there!
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Michelle said...

Hi, thanks for visiting from BOBT. Looking forward to following along your adventure!

Amy said...

Thanks for dropping by! I'm from MBC and I'm following you!

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3 Boys and an Old Lady said...

This recipe sounds delicious!

Pink Dandy Chatter said...

looks good! can't wait to try this recipe =)

{jami @ i m a g i n e} said...

Looks delish! Loving curry lately!

Thanks for stopping by imagine!
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Toya said...

Love this recipe. I am always looking for cultural dishes and this is definitely one I will try.

Laura said...

Hey Nan! Thanks for visiting my blog. This recipe looks good! I had never seen a blog hop till I visited your site...that's pretty cool. C ya!

Xenia said...

Thanks for stopping by, you're definitely making me hungry for lunch! :)

Ellen said...

Just hopping in to say hi and thanks for another great dinner idea!

xoxoxo,
Ellen

Nickie said...

Umm, can you come to my house and make that? Pleeeease? lol

Looks yummmmmmm-o!

I found you on the Thursday blog hop... new follower!!!

Think I'll write down that recipe now ;)

Nickie said...

Sorry for the double comment.. just tried to follow you on Networked Blogs (already followed on GFC and twitter) but it's giving me an error...

"Blog does not exist."

I'd really like to follow your blog on FB too.

missykade said...

Thank you so much for linking up to Talkative Thursday!
We loved having you visit!
I am already a proud member of your blog, I'm just stopping by to say hi : )

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Bonnie said...

Thanks for the recipe. That looks really good.

Elle said...

This recipe looks very tasty. I am a vegetarian so I am going to try it, but I'll substitute tofu and marinate it in the sauce first to make the flavor more intense. Thanks for visiting my site. I am following. http://CleverlyChanging.com

mary said...

This looks so good. Yummy. This is my first visit. I love it so much I decided to start following you.♥

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