Top Rated Spicy Basil Recipes

Spicy Basil Cocktail
According to 9 Restaurant mixologist Gennarose, this cocktail with a Sriracha kick can be enjoyed year-round: the spice makes it warming for winter, while the champagne adds a refreshing touch for summer. 
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Melanie D
This is a Thai dish and it is very spicy. Cut back on the number of chili peppers if you don't like it quite so spicy. I found it on allrecipes.com
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Nolita_Food
From Bon Appetit. It accompanied mussels in seafood broth, but I tried it with mussels and clams in white wine. Turned out pretty good.
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SocaliJL
My version of Thai Beef Basil I usually get from take-out. If you can find Thai Basil and Thai Chilies that would be great. Otherwise, I've used regular basil and serrano or jalapeno chilies instead. I freeze the beef for 10 minutes to make it easier to thinly slice.
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Runvs
Chicken and basil are cooked into a delicious Thai meal.
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Coastal Living MARCH 2001
This recipe goes with Thai Lobster Salad
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K-Jon Chef
This is my version of a Thai classic.This is a good and easy stir-fried dish and one of the favorites among Thai people. It is served over rice as a one-dish meal – for breakfast or for lunch, often topped with a crispy fried egg. Of course, it also appears frequently as one of the courses in a shared family-style meal. The smaller the chicken is cut, the greater the surface area to coat with the flavors of the aromatic herbs and sauces, and the more flavorful the stir-fry will be. You can also sub the chicken with ground pork, beef, turkey, any seafood, get creative!
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anon-jh3j0o1i70m9@base.google.com (CooksRecipes.com)
Spicy Basil Chicken Recipe.
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currysimple
Everyone loves Chicken fried rice! This is a spicy basil version that is truly wonderful. It has a light spice and can easily be spiced up by using the optional ingredients (ground hot chillis). You may make it as spicy as you can handle. The red and green peppers compliment the spicy flavor while the basil and cucumber give it a refreshing taste. Squizing a lime on top is a great tip as well.
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trick
I had this at a recent potluck and it was wonderful! Make sure you use Thai Basil as it has a very different taste from Italian Basil. This recipe is fast and fairly easy to make, but requires constant stirring."
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ErinInVegas
This is a staple of Thai cooking. Adjust the spices to your own tastes for a really great use for leftover rice!! Thai basil has a different flavor than that of regular basil and makes all the difference in this recipe. It is fast and fairly easy to make, but requires constant stirring.
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Marcia Kiesel
This recipe calls for part-skim-milk mozzarella, not only because it's lower in calories but also because it melts more slowly and holds its shape better than the fresh whole-milk kind.
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