Kae’s Bangkok district broccoli


Fragrant broccoli Thai style (in a garlicy oyster sauce). This style of cooking doesn’t have your broccoli cooking in copious amounts of greasy, thick sauce. Broccoli should still be firm (crunchy) but not “raw”. This is a great accompaniment to any Asian style dish – my third son loves this with just jasmine rice as a snack. NOTE – you can add toasted almonds or cashews to the cooking process if you want to serve this cold as a salad (wonderful with a BBQ and marinated meats)
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