Prep 30 mins
Cook 15 mins
I was looking on here and didn't really see a Panang that I was used to eating from military overseas. This one is delicious and has a ton of different tastes. Enjoy!
- 382.71 g can coconut milk
- 36.97 ml red curry paste
- 29.58 ml brown sugar
- 29.58 ml crunchy peanut butter (Peanut Sauce 2Tb and add peanuts)
- 0.25 ml red pepper flakes (fresh red chili peppers 2 for more kick)
- 453.59 g rump steak, sliced 1/4 in. to 1/8 in
- 7.39 ml sesame oil
- 7.39 ml canola oil
- 14.79 ml Chinese five spice powder
- 3784.0 ml water
- 0.5 ml sea salt
- 70.87 g water chestnuts (sliced)
- 70.87 g bamboo shoots (sliced)
- 1 red bell pepper (cut into two 1 in. rings then cut into 6 pieces each)
- 1 green bell pepper (do same as above)
- 85.04-113.39 g broccoli, crown (slice each flower once down middle)
- 85.04-113.39 g sugar snap peas (in pod)
- 1-1 large carrot (sliced at diaganol about 1/4 in. each)
- 1 white onion, cut into wedges and seperated
- 99.22 g baby corn, cut into twos
- 113.39 g of your favorite oriental mushrooms (I like Oyster,sliced, or Button,whole)
- 1-2 fresh jalapeno, your authentic thai heat (sliced)
- 28.34 g of fresh mint, finely chopped
- 28.34-56.69 g fresh Thai basil, if normal (finely chop 1 oz Basil with 1 oz Parsley)
- 1 garlic clove (minced)
- 7.39 ml canola oil
- 7.39 ml peanut oil
- 1-2 lime wedge (served on the side)
- In 350 degree oven roast green and red peppers for 8-10 minute Set aside.
- Blanch in boiling water and salt first broccoli and carrot, then after a few minutes snap peas. Strain in cool water or ice water. Set aside.
- Mix oils and saute onion and jalapenos Until tan. Add garlic and mushrooms until onions brown. Set aside.
- Prepare sauce by adding all ingredients over medium heat and whisk together. After boil let simmer and stir occassionally.
- Saute all your meat ingredients and set aside.
- Mix all your preps into sauce, as well as shoots, chestnuts, and baby corn.
- When ready to serve, mix in Basil and Mint.
- Serve over Rice or I prefer Rice Noodle. You can also add a duck egg or a couple quail eggs (scrambled and dropped in boiling water for rice) and for noodle just scramble with noodles in pan or wok with a little oil. Serve with lime wedges and enjoy!
- (if you prefer more heat add more red chili I like mine to burn).
He was right. This stuff was awesome. Great recipe for Panang! Thanx for sharing :)