With the flavours of Thai red curry, this soft delicate fish is cooked in banana leaves. Get the recipe for Steamed Thai Fish Curry (Hor Mok). Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
Thai Basil Fried Rice (Khao Pad Horapa) is a simple Thai dish that's easy to make at home. Follow this recipe for a quick weeknight dinner. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
Using Thai flavours, this clam dish is hot, sour and aromatic. Get this recipe for Thai Steamed Clams with Lemongrass (Hoi Tom Takrai). Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
Use your Thai Yellow Curry paste in a stir-fry to whip up a quick and delicious meal in less than 30 minutes.
Goong Ob Woonsen is a classic and iconic dish in Thai seafood restaurants. This is a pot of goodness as it is loaded with spices, herbs, sauces, pork and prawns. In Thai language, Goong means prawns, Ob means bake and Woonsen means glass noodles. This dish is too irresistible to ignore as it would definitely be a winner at the dining table.
Yam Khai Dao (Thai Fried Egg Salad) is a refreshing and simple dish, but full of flavour and texture. Make this super easy salad in minutes. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
This Crispy Pork with Thai Basil is a twist on the Thai classic Pad Kra Pao (Stir fried mince pork with Holy basil). It is one of the most common dishes in Thailand - a delicious, rustic, spicy stir-fry featuring the aroma of the basil.
Green curry is a variety of curry in Thai cuisine, and the most popular one in Australia. Green curries tend to be just as spicy as red curries, or most times even hotter.
Introduce some Thai flavours into your next BBQ session with the Miang Pla Pao! Smoky and crusty on the outside and juicy on the inside, this Thai Leaf Wrapped Grilled Fish is a definite crowd pleaser!
A popular Thai, dish papaya salad is called som tum, with “som” meaning “sour” and “Tum” referring to the pounding sound of the large pestle used to crush ingredients. Enjoy som tum by itself as a snack, or with grilled beef and chicken as a meal.
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