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Thai Basil - bai horapa When harvesting Thai basil, don’t remove single leaves as you need them. Pinch off the top section of a stem, stopping just at the intersection where two leaves emerge. This will prompt the plant to produce new growth branching off from the place where you removed the stem. Removing leaves individually will not achieve the same result. Rinse the leaves in cool water to remove dirt or grit and pat dry between paper towels before use.

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Thai Fried Squid With Basil Leaves

An easy-to-make Thai fried squid that tastes surprisingly authentic. The same cooking method works well with chicken, beef and tofu! Go make your choice!

from DelishPlan

Thai Fried Squid With Basil Leaves

An easy-to-make Thai fried squid that tastes surprisingly authentic. The same cooking method works well with chicken, beef and tofu! Go make your choice!

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from DelishPlan

Thai Fried Squid With Basil Leaves

An easy-to-make Thai fried squid that tastes surprisingly authentic. The same cooking method works well with chicken, beef and tofu! Go make your choice!

from DelishPlan

Thai Fried Squid With Basil Leaves

An easy-to-make Thai fried squid that tastes surprisingly authentic. The same cooking method works well with chicken, beef and tofu! Go make your choice!

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from DelishPlan

Thai Fried Squid With Basil Leaves

An easy-to-make Thai fried squid that tastes surprisingly authentic. The same cooking method works well with chicken, beef and tofu! Go make your choice!

from DelishPlan

Thai Fried Squid With Basil Leaves

An easy-to-make Thai fried squid that tastes surprisingly authentic. The same cooking method works well with chicken, beef and tofu! Go make your choice!

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from DelishPlan

Thai Fried Squid With Basil Leaves

An easy-to-make Thai fried squid that tastes surprisingly authentic. The same cooking method works well with chicken, beef and tofu! Go make your choice!

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