Thai Basil Soy Curls

Thai Basil Soy Curls
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THAI BASIL SOY CURLS  is an amazing version of the popular Thai dish called, Pad Krapow Gai. It has a unique flavor with the addition of fresh aromatic Thai basil leaves and a flavorful sauce!

Vegan Basil Soycurls

THAI BASIL SOY CURLS recipe is a very easy weeknight dish that comes together quickly. I was inspired to make my version after I saw the recipe for Thai Basil Chicken online, the ingredients used fish sauce and oyster sauce so I adapted the recipe and made my own sauce. I first started to use tofu but put the tofu back in the refrigerator and decided to use Butler's Soy Curls instead.

Vegan Basil Soycurls

I love Thai food so this was so easy for me to prepare and serve dinner in 30 minutes, See my THAI BASIL SALAD and THAI COCONUT CURRY TOFU. I even have fresh Thai basil in my garden, it is so fragrant and herbaceous and adds a unique flavor to this dish. You can substitute regular basil instead.

Vegan Basil Soycurls

How To Make Thai Basil Soy Curls

To make my THAI BASIL SOY CURLS, I soaked the Soy Curls for about 10 minutes in hot water, meanwhile I prepared the sauce and set aside. I then fully drain them in a colander and toss with Bragg's liquid aminos. I then fry Soy Curls in a non-stick skillet until golden brown.

Next, I added the onion, garlic, ginger and bell pepper and cook to soften. I then added the sauce and stir to coat while cooking. Finally, I added the chopped basil and cayenne pepper and check seasoning and serve.

Vegan Basil Soycurls

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Per 100g
134 kcal / 560 kJ
9 g
2 g
11 g


For: 4 servings
20 min
2 min
Ready in:
22 min


  1. Soak Soy Curls™ in warm water for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile, combine the ingredients for the sauce into a medium bowl and set aside. Drain and chop Soy Curls into small pieces, toss with Bragg's liquid aminos. Heat oil in a skillet on medium-high, add Soy Curls and cook until golden brown, turning constantly, about 5 minutes.

  2. Add onion, garlic, ginger and red bell pepper and stir-fry for about 2 minutes. Add sauce and stir to coat, continue cooking until sauce has evaporated. Turn off heat and stir in basil leaves and cayenne pepper and check seasoning if salt is needed. Add Serve with rice.


Thai Basil Soy Curls

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  1. John
    September 25, 2018


    The flavors in this recipe are popping!

    • Michelle Blackwood
      September 25, 2018

      Thank you, John, yes they are!

  2. Debbie
    January 21, 2018


    Can’t wait to try this

    • Michelle Blackwood
      January 21, 2018

      Awesome, hope you enjoy!

  3. Katheryn
    January 4, 2018

    Can I substitute maple syrup for the molasses? I hate to buy a whole bottle when I don’t use it that often. Thanks!