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Payst by Farang Kra Pao Stir-Fry Sauce

Payst by Farang Kra Pao Stir-Fry Sauce


In Thailand, Kra Pao is commonly eaten for a quick snack or lunch with jasmine rice. This is due to it being so simple to throw together in the wok once you have all the ingredients at hand. Payst Kra Pao sauce has this covered, they have combined sweet, salty, sour and peppery flavours leaving the spicy element to be adjusted to your own taste! At Payst HQ, they like their spice and add a couple of birdseye chillies to the wok whilst cooking Kra Pao. Add a little less if you don’t like things spicy. Stir-fry this sauce with minced chicken or beef, a handful of fresh holy basil (Thai basil is also delicious and more readily available) and a crispy wok fried egg.


Ingredients: Water, sugar, soya sauce (water, soya beans, wheat, salt), fish sauce (anchovy, salt sugar), garlic, ginger, black treacle, yeast extract (salt, vegetable juice concentrate, vitamins, natural flavouring) (barley gluten, celery), red chilli, salt, thickener: xanthan gum, smoked water, citric acid, white pepper.


Serves 2

Add 300g diced or minced chicken/beef to hot oil in a wok. Stir-fry for 5 minutes. Add 300g mixed veg, stir-fry for 8-10 minutes. Add Payst Kra Pao Sauce and 1 handful of Thai basil leaves, stir-fry until all is mixed. Serve with jasmine rice. Garnish with sliced birdseye chillies and a fried egg.

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