Top Rated Thai Basil Recipes

Pho Bo
Pho is a popular Vietnamese dish that you can make at home instead of ordering take out. This tasty aromatic soup is packed with flavor and makes a great dinner that can last up to a few days. Be sure to use homemade or good quality beef stock.This recipe is by Judy Hevrdejs and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.75
Mirchi Mary
Behind the bar at New York City’s Michelin-starred Junoon, mixologist Hemant Pathak works to complement the kitchen’s ambitious progressive Indian cuisine with equally exuberant cocktails that incorporate many of the same herbs and spices. This vibrant take on the bloody mary adds South Asian flair to the cocktail staple.This recipe is courtesy of Hemant Pathak, the mixologist of Junoon restaurant. To watch a video of Pathak making three cocktails including the Mirchi Mary, click here.
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4.5
Green Gumbo
Green gumbo, a hearty stew of okra and greens, has roots in West African cuisine. In Creole cooking it's been given the French name "gumbo z'herbes."This recipe is by Paul Fehribach, chef and co-owner of Big Jones in Chicago. The recipe originally appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
Nothing wakes a juice up like a splash of citrus — it’s like drinking liquid sunshine. There are, of course, the old favorites: lemon tastes zesty and clean; lime adds a tart, tropical note; grapefruit adds refreshing acidity; and orange is sweet and bright. But you can branch out from these reliable standards with pomelo, Ugly fruit, kumquat, blood orange, Satsuma, clementine, tangerine, Key lime, Buddha’s hand, yuzu, and iyokan. Check out your local co-op, farmers market, and Asian, Latin, or Middle Eastern grocery stores for citrus fruits that you love but don’t often buy or that you’ve never tried before.
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