A delicious combination of flavours that would suit any green vegetable, but especially kai lan,Gai lan, sprouting brocolli.
Cut the tops and bottoms from the spring onions, then cut them on a fine angle or in half and into strips, place in cold water.
Peel and slice the garlic.
peel and finely dice the ginger
Cut the chilli in half, remove the seeds and cut int thin strips.
If using European broccoli, cut into long florets, including the stalk to achieve long stems.
If not, wash and trim the Chinese broccoli
Heat the oil in a wok, add the Brocoli, cook for 2 minutes then add the garlic and oyster sauce, cook for another minute.
Serve topped with the spring onion and red chilli, drizzle any remaining sauce from the Brocoli pan around the plate.
«In Thailand, stir fried vegetable dishes tend to be Chinese in origin, and will often use Chinese ingredients. If you can't find Gai-lan or Chinese Broccoli, western broccoli works just as well, or try Rabini.»