Special Mountain Sauce
07/09/14 05:42 Filed in: Thai - Main
This dish is a firm family favourite - both with the chef and the diners!
It is both quick to make and tastes delicious.
It has all the classic Thai attributes, fragrant, sweet, spicy and salty.
The Thai basil provides the perfect back drop with its delicious aniseed flavour.
This recipe would work equally well with chicken.
I like to serve mine garnished with Spicy hot peanuts. (This is less traditional, as the Thai’s generally do not cook with peanuts anymore, due to them being difficult to keep in a hot environment, and linked to disease coming from a fungus).
Otherwise this would traditionally be served with a fried egg placed on top, similar to Nasi Goreng.
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