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Spaghetti Mixed Seafood Thai Style

Before we start cooking our first Thai dish. I want to tell you that after posting my blog yesterday, there are many people sending me emails asking me about curry paste, coconut milk and chilies whether they are the basic condiments that you need to have in a kitchen when cooking Thai food. Well, in my opinion…they are not because not many Thai food uses curry paste or coconut milk, particularly chilies. From my experience, all my friends (Westerners) can’t eat hot and spicy Thai food (with chilies). Moreover, these stuffs like curry paste, coconut milk have small expiration. You can’t keep it in the fridge or in the kitchen for a long time like fish sauce or light soy sauce. Therefore, I would recommend you to buy it whenever you need to use them. All right, that is clear enough.

Now let’s start our cooking. Our menu today is Spaghetti Mixed Seafood Thai Style. Really, it is a combination between Western food (Spaghetti) and Thai food (Fried Mixed Seafood). I used to cook this dish to Kathrine, my German friend long time ago and she loved it. She questioned me teaching her how to cook this menu but I was so busy and forgot about it later. But, last week I had a chance to cook this menu again and I gave it to my colleague Kaela to try. Oh! my God, she really liked it. Now you are keen to know how to cook it, right ? Okay, let’s go.


5 table spoon of cooking oil
5 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
150 grams of mixed seafood (you can use a frozen package)
2 teaspoon of light soy sauce
1/2 table spoon of oyster sauce
1 teaspoon of fish sauce
1 teaspoon of sugar
5 leaves of Thai basil (if you can’t find Thai basil, you can use regular basil as well)
80 grams of spaghetti

1. Cook spaghetti as per package instruction (boil it, rinse it with cold water) then set it aside.
2. Place cooking oil in a pan (medium hot)
3. Place garlic in a pan, cook for 2 minutes then place mixed seafood in a pan, stir fried until it is cooked (No problem if you use a ready-cooked seafood package).
4. Place everything else’s (sauce, sugar) and stir fried for 3 minutes
5. Place cooked spaghetti in a pan, then Thai basil, stir fried for 2 minutes until everything gets along

That’s it. See ! How simple it is. Now you can delight in a very tasty Thai food that is cooked by yourself. I’m so proud of you. Delight in your meal!

Joe Sitthiosoth is an average Joe who is passion for Thai food and Thai cooking. He travels the world, makes new friend and shows them how wonderful Thai food is. His article comes from his real experience. You can read more from here
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