Thai Chicken Stir Fry with Mint Leaves and Chile

Thai Chicken Stir Fry with Mint Leaves and Chile

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4 md Garlic; minced
1 c mint leaves; Whole fresh
2 tb Soy sauce
4 tb Vegetable oil
1 lg Onion; halved lengthwise
1/2 c Chicken Stock
2 Fresh red
8 oz chicken, Boneless and skinless
4 Green onions

Original recipe makes 2



Chop white and light green parts of green onions. Cut dark green parts in 3-inch pieces. Cut chicken in 3 x 1/4 x 1/4 strips. Heat 2 tablespoons oil in a large skillet or wok over high heat. Add sliced onion and peppers and saute, stirring, about 7 minutes or until onion browns lightly; it may still be a bit crunchy. Transfer to a bowl. Add 1 tablespoon oil to skillet and heat ove rhigh heat. Add chicken and saute until it changes color, about 1 minute. Do not overcook. Add to sliced onions. Add remaining tablespoon oil to skillet and heat over medium low heat. Add garlic and all the green onions and saute 1/2 minute. Add stock and soy sauce and heat through. Add chicken, onion slices, peppers, and mint leaves and toss 1/2 minute over low heat. Taste, and add more soy sauce of needed. Serve over rice. Makes 2 or 3 servings. From: FAYE LEVYS INTERNATIONAL CHICKEN COOKBOOK by Faye Levy, * The Polka Dot Palace BBS 1-201-822-3627 Posted by FAYLEN Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #703 by Lisa Clarke on Aug 1, 9

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I ate it once in Thailand... making my own by this recipe was extremely easy - and it's -- well, humbly, good. Oh! The kettle's boiling for rice noodles..
dankvz 6y ago

This tastes nothing like the spicy mint leaves dish I know. It's bland, not spicy, and doesn't taste anything like in the restaurants. I checked out other sites after I made this recipe and this recipe is missing fish sauce and lemongrass and many Asian flavors. It's for the average boring white person.
fatcowboy 7y ago

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