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Thai Chicken with Coriander and Thai Basil

December 6th, 2017 | main dishes

This dish is prepared in no time, but you need a meat grinder to freshly mince the chicken breast fillet. My good old Kitchen Aid always serves me well. The Thai Chicken dish is a delicious, light meal seasoned in a well-balanced way.

Thai Chicken with Coriander and Thai Basil

Thai Chicken

(4 portions)

200 g rice noodles
prepare as indicated on the label
2 lime leaves (fresh or dried from the Asia store)
2 red chilis without seeds
cut into fine stripes
2 cloves of garlic
2-3 cm of ginger (ca.. 30 g)
peel and chop finely
500 g chicken breast fillet
pass throug the large-holed plate of the mincer
2 TS peanut oil
sauté for 3 to 4 minutes in a frying pan, add lime leaves, ginger, chili and garlic and cook shortly, add the noodles and season with
juice of 2 limes
2 TS brown sugar
2 TS fish sauce
1 bunch Thai basil
1 bunch coriander
cut the herbs into fine stripes, keep some entire leaves for decoration
6 GS roasted, chopped peanuts
add peanuts as topping and serve garnished with herb leaves

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