Ginger Beef Stir-Fry (Pad Khing Nuah)

"I found this recipe in a beginners Thai cookbook by the Australian Women's Weekly and tweaked it slightly. It is simple to make and has a lovely ginger kick. I suggest serving with basmati rice, however rice noodles also work well. A tip from the book is to put the beef in the freezer for an hour before preparing so that it is easier to slice thinly."
 
Ginger Beef Stir-Fry (Pad Khing Nuah) created by CandyTX
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  • Slice peeled ginger thinly, stack slices then slice again into thin slivers.
  • Heat half of the oil in the wok and stir fry the beef in batches, until browned all over.
  • Heat remaining oil in wok; stir-fry ginger and garlic until fragrant.
  • Add beans; stir-fry until just tender.
  • Return beef to wok with onion, sugar and sauces; stir-fry until sugar dissolves and beef is cooked as desired.
  • Remove from heat and toss basil leaves through stir-fry.
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  1. Chef floWer
    Made this for hubby and Little Miss (I don't eat red meat) and they both enjoyed it. The flavours smelt like a Thai kitchen (We all miss Thailand). I had to leave out the Thai basil because hubby doesn't really care for them (I love Thai basil). They both said it was delicious, I enjoyed it because it made a quick and easy dinner. Thank you ~sabrina~
     
  2. CandyTX
    This was fabulous! We added mushrooms because I love them, but the flavor was amazing! I'd give it 20 stars if I could :)
     
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    Ginger Beef Stir-Fry (Pad Khing Nuah) Created by CandyTX
  4. sabrina
    I found this recipe in a beginners Thai cookbook by the Australian Women's Weekly and tweaked it slightly. It is simple to make and has a lovely ginger kick. I suggest serving with basmati rice, however rice noodles also work well. A tip from the book is to put the beef in the freezer for an hour before preparing so that it is easier to slice thinly.
     
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