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Appetizing Stir-Fried Blue Elephant Tom Yum Chicken Recipe

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Are you also a fan of the popular Thai Tom Yum cuisine? I love slurping a bowl of spicy and sour Tom Yum Kung as it kinda opens up my appetite for a good meal. For a quick fix at home, I would use the tom yum paste for cooking Tom Yum Fried Rice or Tom Yum Soup, but this time I decided to whip up a Mouth-watering Stir-Fried Tom Yum Chicken ( 泰式冬阴鸡丁 ) filled with Straw Mushrooms, Ladies Fingers and Baby Tomatoes.

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I bought a packet of Blue Elephant Tom Yam Chili Paste to try, but little did I know that Blue Elephant Royal Thai Cuisine is actually a famous Thai restaurant and cooking school in Thailand. It seems that the paste is made from freshly ground spices; no wonder my plate of Stir-Fried Tom Yum Chicken is so delicious!

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( Serves 3 )
Ingredients:
1 Chicken Breast or Chicken Thigh Fillet
35g Tom Yum Paste
100g Straw Mushrooms
8 Baby Tomatoes
3 Ladies' Fingers
3 tsp Olive Oil
1 tsp Minced Garlic
¼ cup Water
2 tbsp Kara Coconut Milk
Pinch of Salt ( optional )

Method:
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  • Clean chicken meat and dice into bite-size pieces. Marinate with 1 tsp of tom yum paste for about 15 minutes.
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  • Wash and cut up veggies and set aside.
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  • Heat oil and sautéed garlic till fragrant. Add chicken and stir fry till half cooked.
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  • Add veggies, the rest of tom yum paste and mix well.
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  • Add water, then coconut milk. Mix well and cover, and simmer for about 2 - 3 minutes.
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  • Remove cover and add salt. Turn up the heat and cook till sauce reduces and thickens, and you are ready to serve your Mouth-watering Stir-Fried Tom Yum Chicken ( 泰式冬阴鸡丁 )!
What do you normally cook your tom yum paste with? Anyone of you tried the Blue Elephant Royal Thai Cuisine Tom Yam Chili Paste?

41 comments:

  1. Never seen this brand around here. Maybe will hunt for it. I love tom yum. Missed the tom yum I had in Thailand 2 years ago.

    Lovely dish.

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  2. Never tried the brand before.

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  3. I prefer to use chicken breast meat. Wouldn't the lady fingers cause the dish to be a bit sticky and gooey?

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    1. Not at all unless you cook them for a long time till they turned soggy, Mun. It turned out just right actually :)

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  4. you always have the best recipes!

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  5. Wow! My eyes all lighted up as I love Tom Yum. I know I will have to wait for a while before this packaging appears in our local stores. Just like your CP Brand food, I waited for many months until they are selling in our 7-Elevens now.

    I knew about this Blue Elephant brand as they have been selling their Thai Bihun in Malaysia since I was a kid. Just the bihun only. My Thai mum always cooked her Thai Laksa with this brand.

    I will wait for these pastes! Thank you Shirley.

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    1. You serious? I'm surprised that these products take much longer to reach your shore. Come, come to SG for shopping! ^_^

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  6. I hope they sell this in the state to try it looks amazing how you incorporated into this delicious recipe.

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  7. I have never tried chicken with ladies finger, I will try in out soon.

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  8. Wallalala!! This dish is twisting my hunger pangs right now. Just so good.

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  9. ;D

    Bem apetitoso!

    Ótima segunda!

    Beijo! ^^

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  10. That looks so good Shirley! I wish we had that paste in the US.

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  11. Que maravilla de receta ..siempre me sorprendes con ellos.
    Besos!!

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  12. What a delicious way to enjoy chicken!

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  13. That looks so delicious :)

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  14. That looks so good. I do love a good Tom Yum

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  17. It looks delicious, Shirley. Mouthwatering yummy. It's now working fine for me, Shirley.
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  18. A delicious chicken, Shirley, you're a wonderful cook!


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  19. you always post the most amazing recipes! looks so delicious!!

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  20. I like tom yam but cant take very spicy one

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  21. That looks delicious! I've never heard of "lady's fingers." Are those some kind of vegetable?

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    1. Oh yes, as mentioned in my old posts, another name for ladies' finger is okra which you're more familiar with. Hope this clarifies ^_^

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  22. Seriously good looking chicken, Shirley. I was a bit taken back by the ladies fingers. I had to check and make sure I was right when I was thinking they were Okra, lol...that's what we call them here:)

    Like so many of your meals, Shirley, I would LOVE to try this right now!!! You are sooooo lucky you don't live closer, lol...

    Thanks for sharing, Shirley...now I'm hungry; again!!!

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    1. You're absolutely right, Louise. They're known as Okra in your country. Hope I didn't scare you. Hahaha! I would love to be neighbours with you, then I could introduce you to more Asian cuisines. xoxo

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  23. It looks sooooo delicious. I love chicken so it's perfect dish for me :)

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  24. Looks so appetising, Shirley. The combination of okra with chicken is something I haven't tried before. And the spoon and fork? So so pretty!!

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  25. I haven't tried this, but it certainly looks lovely! I'm always fond of shortcuts. ;)

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  26. Soooo yummy! I love tom yum and everything about thai food! I love the spicy, sweet, salty and sour flavors and I would love to make this and I would add eggplant into my version! :p

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  27. at first I thought this Blue Elephant was a name of a restaurant. but wow, you have transformed to a high level dish!

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