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Stir Fried Chicken Cashew Nuts (Guy Pad Med Mamuang Hinmapan)


A very popular dish, this is a quick easy to make stir fry of chicken and vegetables seasoned with cashew nuts. This is ideal as a side dish for Thai Fragrant Rice. The name break down as 'Guy' = chicken, 'pad' = fried, 'Med' = seed and 'Med Mamuang Hinmapan' means cashew nut. In Thai its just as long a name! ไก่ ผัด เม็ดมะม่วง หิมมะพานต์

Ingredient for 2 People
100 gms Chicken Breast
30 gms Cashew Nuts
1/2 Medium Onion
1 Spring Onion
1/2 a Red Pepper
50 gms Bamboo Shoot
1 Tablespoon Oyster Sauce
1 Tablespoon Fish Sauce
1 Tablespoon Light Soy Sauce
1/2 Teaspoon White Pepper
3 Garlic Clove
2 Tablespoons Oil

1. Chop the garlic into small pieces and put in a frying pan and fry it for a few seconds to release the garlic fragrance.
2. Chop the chicken breast into strips and add to the frying pan - stir until chicken is cooked.
3. Chop the onion, spring onion, red pepper and bamboo, into strips add in the pan.
4. Add all the remaining ingredients.
5. Cook for 2 minutes.

Serve with
Hot Fragrant Rice

Comments (3)


WOW!! first time visiting your blog & should say that i am very much impressed by your dishes!:)In all the recipes you call for wheatflour, now is that wheat flour or all purpose flour( ie: bleached superfine flour found here used for cakes& pastries etc) ? please reply:) for i would love to try out your steamed muffins recipe:)

Use wheat flour, a general blend. I usually refer to bleached or cake flour otherwise.

Ted Tofield:

Appon you are a goddess in my house!

Delicious! Wonderful!

Ted Tofield:

A further comment - you've forgotten to put cashew nuts in the recipe!

ps: doing this one again tonight!

I've fixed it. Thanks.

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