Thai Food Recipe: Gai Pad King Chicken (Ginger and Chicken Stir fry)

Chicken and ginger stir fry - Gai Pad King Chicken, Thai Dish

Thai Food Recipe: Gai Pad King! (Chicken and Ginger Stir Fry)

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Prepare:

1/2 lb chopped chicken breast
2/3 cup ginger, shredded
1 medium sized onion
2 cups Fungus Mushroom
1 group Chinese Celery
1/2 cup baby corn
2-8 small chili peppers
1 tablespoon fish sauce
5 tablespoons Oyster sauce
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons olive oil

Cooking instructions:

1. Pour olive oil into a hot pan. Then fry the garlic and chilis over medium heat. Cook until it really smells and chokes you!

2. Add chicken breast, fish sauce, soy sauce… let cook for 10 minutes- stirring it around often.

3. Add onion, mushroom or fungus, and baby corn. Cook for 2 minutes on medium heat. Then mix in the oyster sauce, then add Chinese celery, ginger, and scallions. Turn off the fire after about 1 minute.

4. Serve over fragrant white Jasmine rice (from Thailand!)

Joy serves Gai Pad King Chicken with Ginger

Sawasdee Ka - Joy

Author: Joy B

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1 thought on “Thai Food Recipe: Gai Pad King Chicken (Ginger and Chicken Stir fry)”

  1. This has become my most popular dish to make for my family. When my parents come home I make this, it’s one of those few dishes that the whole family enjoys, (By family I mean my parents and my brother (when he lives at home in sweden)

    In Sweden the new fashion is to have a big barrel to grow ginger in, so you always pick fresh king.

    Thank you for your blog it is probably the most useful food inspiration for me, I’ve only been in Thailand once, when I was 13 (1996). For me I wasn’t so inerested in party or cultural tours at that age, but the food, it made me impressed for life. It made me think If thailand is only a 5% sweidish incomes, poor country (even more poor then), still they make every food so much better than in Sweden. Even the simplset thai food would be considered a great marvel in sweden and people would paay almost anything for it.

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