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Thai food Stir-fried Morning Glory (ผัดผักบุ้ง) |JoysThaiFood

Who likes stir-fried morning glory? 😊

It is time to gossip about my husband and my daughter. Hahahaha.

Since I can cook well at home and sometimes better than many local restaurants, our family rarely eat out – except when I get too lazy. The food that I am angry if they ordered it at a restaurant is stir-fried morning glory.

As some of you already know, morning glory is very cheap in Thailand and super easy to make. If they say one word they want this food, I could cook this one within 5 minutes but they still ordered this food when we eat out! I am so mad because we pay 3 times more expensive than what we supposed to. We didn’t even eat at a luxury place.

Looking at the ingredients, it is way too simple to charge anyone expensive price.

Stir-fried Morning Glory (ผัดผักบุ้ง)

Here’s the recipe for 1 serving 

  • 200g-300g cut morning glory
  • 1 tbsp. minced garlic
  • 1-2 crushed chili (optional)
  • 1 tbsp. vegetable oil
  • 1/2 tsp Thai fermented soybean (optional)
  • 1 tbsp. soy sauce
  • 1 tbsp. oyster sauce

Usually, the fermented soybean will make your food extra salty. It gives such a unique taste, so I add very little amount. Remember, every time when you cook, add a little salt in your food. Then add more if you need.

I also accidentally pour too much the soy sauce in my stir-fried. Sometimes, you can fix it by rinsing out the sauce and flavor the food again. Sometimes, it is impossible.

That’s why I keep reminding people to add little at the time.
This recipe works with other vegetables like Chinese kale, pumpkins vine, water minis. 🙂

Hope you enjoy the yummy morning glory!

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