Horapa Moo….Pork and Sweet Basil

Pork and Basil……..recipe as promised.

Ingredients:

For 1 serving.

100 gm pork loin sliced finely

2/3 birds eye chillies. cut in small slices.

2/3 cloves garlicSAM_6054 finely sliced.

2 long beans( snake beans) chopped in small pieces.

2 stems Thai Sweet Basil called Horapa in Thai

1 tbsp Oyster Sauce.

Shake or 2 of Maggi ( seasoning sauce)

1/2 tsp black soy.

Method:

Put tiny bit oil in small frying pan.

Add Oyster Sauce, Maggi and Black Soy stir to combine.

Add chillies and garlic and cook for  1 minute then add your finely sliced pork loin-stirring until cooked about 2- 3 mins. Add Green Beans and Thai Holy Basil cook for further 2 mins.

In the picture, I have served it with cauliflower rice but I also serve with steamed rice it depends just how I feel…

Enjoy!

This is one of my favourite dishes…Holy basil is also used when making Thai Green Curry and also Thai pork salad… Called Larb here……Holy basil is truly a  lovely herb….

I hope you enjoy recipes which are all tried, tested and authentic….

Until next time stay safe, have fun and laugh a lot…..

21 thoughts on “Horapa Moo….Pork and Sweet Basil

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      1. Carol Post author

        I don’t, we are a family of veggie eaters..not veggie but eating veggies always have been 🙂 I think too much fuss is made getting kids to eat just treat it as something good and yummy or what I use to do with little Lily is say Oh no! don’t eat that you won’t like it! Works wonders…lol

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