A holy basil taste comparison featuring Thailand's famous street food, pad gaprow
Interested in growing your own Thai herbs? Here are some ideas from my Thai garden...
Thai stir-fry of minced pork and fragrant Thai holy basil, with an added crunchiness of long beans
Tofu with Holy Basil - a vegan version of the classic Thai pad gaprow dish
Khao pad gaprow - the dish that "Basil Fried Rice" at American Thai restaurants is based upon
Gai Sab - minced chicken with holy basil. I learned to make this at the Amita Thai Cooking School in Bangkok.
Thai Chicken with Holy Basil “Gai Pad Grapow” (i.e. what to eat in a Thai airport)
One of Thailand's most famous street foods - chicken with holy basil (gai pad grapow)
Spiced Herbal Tea. Nutrient rich with no caffine or Tannine.
Drunken Noodles (pad kee mao): the perfect dish to eat when you're drunk
Thai style spaghetti bolognese. Add Thai basil, lemongrass and bird's eye chilli peppers for an unmistakable Thai accent.
Thai basil chicken stir-fry. Delicious and ideal for those tired weeknights.
Panang curry. Tender pork. "Meaty" low-moisture squash like kabocha or buttercup. This curry is a classic for a reason.