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Pork fillet with Thai Basil and Onions ~ 罗勒和洋葱猪肉罗


I am a fan of Thai basil and this dish can be whipped up in 15 mins, and served on the dinner table.  I like the intense flavour of the basil mixed with the fish and oyster sauces and onions,  Great to pair with plain white rice.




Pork fillet with Basil and Onions ~  罗勒和洋葱猪肉罗

Ingredients 
200 gm pork fillet, sliced
2 Big onions, cut into wedges
2 stalks of Thai basil leaves
1 Tbsp fish sauce
2 tsp oyster sauce
A bit of Bird eye chillies, chopped

Method
Season the pork fillet with some salt, sugar and pepper
Heat up some oil in a pan and stir-fry the pork fillet till cooked
Add in the onion wedges, basil leaves, stir-fry
Add fish sauce, oyster sauce and toss in the bird eye chillies
Stir-fry, dish up and serve

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