Pad Prik Kee Mao – Spicy Ginger Pork Stir Fry

Consider using your red curry paste for something other than a curry or stew. This is pad prik kee mao, or my spicy ginger pork stir-fry. In Thai, pad means stir-fry, prik is peppers or chili, kee is ginger, and mao is pork! And you’re gonna get the best of all those ingredients in one easy-to-cook dish, best served over a nice bed of white rice.

Ingredients

sliced pork
Thai chilis
ginger
garlic
onions
green beans
red bell pepper
kaffir lime leaves
red curry paste
garlic oil
golden mountain seasoning sauce
coconut palm sugar

Preparation

Step 1

Thinly slice garlic, ginger, onions. Chop green beans, red bell pepper to even sizes. Slice kaffir lime leaves into chiffonade.

Step 2

In a large wok, sweat onions, garlic, and ginger to sweat with some garlic oil on medium heat.

Step 3

Add green beans and Thai chilis and allow flavors to marry together.

Step 4

Add 1½ lb sliced pork, 1-2 Tbsp red curry paste, 3 Tbsp golden mountain seasoning, 1 tsp sugar, bell peppers and kaffir lime leaves. Stir on high heat until pork is fully cooked.

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