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.
Thinly slice garlic, ginger, onions. Chop green beans, red bell pepper to even sizes. Slice kaffir lime leaves into chiffonade.
In a large wok, sweat onions, garlic, and ginger to sweat with some garlic oil on medium heat.
Add green beans and Thai chilis and allow flavors to marry together.
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.