There are some things that life offers you with utmost love and food is one among them 🙂 Cant thank the Goddess of Food for, she bestows with every morsel with love to mortals like us ( Ahh enough of my heightened state of spirituality 😛 ). I stumbled upon Pure Thai Indulgence! and since then my tryst with Thai food is inseparable! A Thai restaurant called ‘Lime Leaf’ left me spellbound here in Jax. The zesty concoction of herbs and spices only made me drool over the plate just as it arrived my table 🙂 the aroma of every little ingredient that was added to it was as divine as it could ever get 🙂 and when I was able to accomplish the same at my kitchen, what do I say? 🙂 I was wallowing in ecstasy! 🙂
|Basmati rice, cooked||2 cups|
|Red, yellow, green & orange pepper, julienned||½ each|
|Onion, finely sliced||1 big|
|Fresh basil leaves||A small bunch|
|Jalapeno pepper or green chilli||2|
|Ginger garlic paste||1 tsp|
|Baby corn tin (boil if using fresh)||10 to 12 slices|
|Green peas, frozen and thawed||½ cup|
|Soy Sauce||¼ tsp|
|Red & green Chilli sauce||1 tbsp|
|Sriracha Sambal Oelek paste ( See note)||1 tbsp|
|Spring onions||1 bunch|
1. Heat oil in a wok pan, add onions saute till transparent. Add jalapeno peppers and ginger garlic paste, saute for another minute.
5. Garnish it with some spring onions and enjoy it hot with your favourite starter.
- If you don’t have sambal oelek paste at home or don’t get it in your part of town, you can soak 8-10 dry red chillis in warm water and grind it to a paste using a bit of vinegar(optional)
A picture of sambal oelek and other sauces that is used for this recipe.
- I used a tinned baby corn, you would have to boil the baby corn if you get them fresh.
- Basil is usually available everywhere, but in case you don’t you could substitute it with tulsi leaves or a few pudina leaves.