Stir-fried brown rice with holy basil sauce
- July 2018
- Serves 1-2
- Hands-on time 20 min
”I used to make the classic Thai stir-fry dish called pad kra prow (ka prow is holy basil) with brown rice on the side, as taught to me by my mum. But I knew there was a dish that combined them in the pan. Stir-frying the rice in the sauce brings an entirely different taste to this dish. I love tossing holy basil into the hot pan at the end, letting the warm, aniseed aromatics fill the kitchen” – Saiphin Moore
This recipe is from Saiphin’s cookbook, Rosa’s Thai Café: The Vegetarian Cookbook.
- Dairy-free recipes
- Vegetarian recipes
- 6.9g (0.6g saturated)
- 40.1g (12g sugars)
Holy basil has a peppery flavour and is available from some Asian grocers. If they don’t have it use sweet Thai basil, also available from Ocado and Asda.
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