If you have trouble finding fresh Thai chiles (also called bird chiles), try using the same amount of the dried version.
Fiery Thai chiles don’t mellow when cooked. Their main purpose in this dish is to add a colorful contrast—and some heat.
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This is fabulous! I've also lightly steamed the broccoli and peas, and sprinkled some of the sauce on it. Delicious. I'm going to try it on other vegetables next time.
I loved this dish a lot. It looks like it takes a lot of work, because there are a lot of ingredients, but it really doesn't. (You can prepare the finishing sauce while the vegetables are roasting.)If you want more heat, crush the Thai chiles with the handle of a chef's knife before cooking.If you want to be a jerk (or prankster) substitute green Thai chiles for red ones and insist that they're just green beans.
I love this recipe! Made it for the first time following the recipe other than having to use green hot peppers as no red ones were available. I could eat this all day long. My husband wasn't too thrilled, he doesn't like orange with savory foods. I though the flavor mix was perfect and will make it again, next time for company. This was also the first time I bought or used miso. I might be hooked...
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