How to Make Thai Basil Chicken Recipe at Home

How to Make Thai Basil Chicken Recipe at Home

Sure thing! Here’s a more casual and conversational version of the Thai Basil Chicken recipe:


  • One pound of chicken pulverized
  • Two tablespoons of vegetable oil
  • four minced garlic cloves
  • Two to three coarsely chopped Thai bird chilies (modify according to desired level of heat)
  • One bell pepper cut thinly
  • One onion, diced thinly as well
  • One cup of freshly picked basil leaves (only take a few)
  • a pair of teaspoons of soy sauce
  • One spoonful of oyster sauce
  • A solitary spoonful of fish sauce
  • One tsp sugar
  • half a cup of water or chicken broth
  • To serve, steam rice (since without rice, what would be Thai food?)


  1. Get Everything Ready: Chop up the garlic, and those Thai bird chilies (watch out for the spice!), and slice the bell pepper and onion. And don’t forget to pick those basil leaves.
  2. Let’s Get Cooking: Heat up a bit of vegetable oil in a big pan. Throw in the minced garlic and those chopped chilies. Let them sizzle for about 30 seconds – your kitchen should start smelling amazing.
  3. Chicken Time: Toss in the ground chicken. Break it up with your spatula and cook until it’s not pink anymore.
  4. Veggies in the Mix: Add the sliced bell pepper and onion. Cook until they are quite tender. Your kitchen is turning into a flavor paradise.
  5. Sauce It Up: Mix soy sauce, oyster sauce, fish sauce, and a bit of sugar in a bowl. Pour that magic mix into the pan. Stir everything so that the flavors get cozy.
  6. Green Goodness: Toss in those fresh basil leaves. They’ll wilt and infuse their awesomeness into the dish.
  7. Liquid Love: Pour in some chicken broth or water to create a bit of sauciness. Allow everything to gently cook for a few minutes.
  8. Taste the Magic: Take a taste and see if it needs a little more soy sauce, fish sauce, or sugar. To suit your tastes, modify it.
  9. Serve It Up: Dish it out over a plate of steamed rice. Boom, you’ve just made your own Thai Basil Chicken!

Enjoy your meal! Play around with the recipe – toss in some extra veggies or spice it up even more if you’re feeling adventurous.

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