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Spicy Basil Chicken
Boneless Chicken - 250 gms
Basil leaves - 1 bunch
Red chilli - 2 cut diagonally
A few Garlic cloves
Soy sauce - 2 tsp
Fish sauce - 3 tsp
Salt to taste
1. Marinate the chicken in fish sauce for about 15 minutes.
2. In a wide pan add oil, garlic & saute it for a minute.
3. And then add marinated chicken piece & stir fry it.
4. Add red chilli, soy sauce, basil leaves, salt to chicken & mix well. Cook on low flame till the chicken is completely cooked & serve it.
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Dec 15, 2014
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