30 Replies to “Thai Spicy Basil – Thai Cuisine Recipe”

  1. leftyla

    @timbits2 "to dialogue with you"? LOL You try too hard. You know perfectly well that I'm NOT the only one who replied to your rude comment regarding the girls being lazy. Why don't you sit your sweaty fat hairy ass down.

  2. timbits2

    @leftyla
    Not only do the girls know that I am their NUMBER ONE fan but they also know when I am teasing them as I have many times in the past.

    You however, obviously lack even a modicum of the sophistication that would permit you to dialogue with me on an acceptable level. Therefore, operating on your level, please do the following:

    Kiss my sweaty, fat, pimpled, hairy *ss

    (note that I only use the * to avoid filters)

  3. leftyla

    @timbits2 That brand of sauce is basically soy sauce with a much richer flavor. It's very common in thai kitchen and even thai restaurants. I've seen a few thai cooks here on youtube who uses that same exact brand! Get your facts straight before calling someone lazy.

  4. timbits2

    @jamarsano

    "Worchestershire " . . . Google is your friend . . difficult and time consuming but it can be done.

    And again, you and others are missing the point. The reason that this site is one of the best is that it doesn't rely on commercially prepared items like sauces. Sure there is a time and place for "sauces" but let's not lost sight of the goal . . . . cooking the food ourselves.

  5. ShowMeTheCurry.com

    @timbits2
    So sorry for the late reply….both of us are out of town with limited computer access. We have had some issues with a lot of spam on the forum. We are trying to work a way around it and therefore have postings visible through an approval process only. To answer your question….no, it is not closed down permanently but it may take some time for any new postings to show up.

  6. timbits2

    @cbtj19
    Good point . . . if, in fact, it would take months to create the sauce..

    My problem with commercially produced "sauces" is that the ingredients are often very poor and most of all, extremely high in salt content. I have no intention of making my own soy sauce but I want to know what is combined with it.

  7. timbits2

    @menyenye

    pppppfffffttttttt . . . . the girls have done many different recipes from all over the world . . .that's one reason that I like their approach.

    My fear is that they are chasing a TV show and can't see the change they are making.

    And I still want an answer to my question!

  8. Pearlie_ette

    @timbits2

    As a busy student, I don't mind learning the "lazy" route. Will it be as good as the "from scratch" route? Probably not. However, I trust Hetal and Anuja to make the recipe as irresistibly delicious as they can. =]]

  9. menyenye

    @timbits2 well you know what? They're Indian, not Thai – they may not have the access to authentic Thai preparations, so give them some credits for at least trying xD I'm very very sure that this Thai Spicy Basil is delicious anyway. And they've used plenty of shortcuts in their cooking anyway (e.g canned tomatoes, store bought fried onions). Remember, one of their main philosophy is to cut down on cooking time whenever possible, knowing that not that many ppl have the time to cook from scratch.

  10. timbits2

    Hmmmmmm . . . . bottles of "seasoning sauce" . . . do they sell that in the remote Thai villages. The pleasure I get from following your recipes comes from making it from "scratch" where ever possible.

    You are getting lazy girls.

    And once again, is the discussion forum at SMTC.com closed down permanently?

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