A popular dish you can find in every nook and cranny in the streets of Thailand, recreate the authentic Gai Yang street food with a delicate hint of coconut juice used to tenderise the chicken.
A refreshingly zesty pomelo salad with poached chicken tenderised in coconut juice.
Prik Gaeng Ped / Gang Kua is the most essential component in Thai cuisine. This paste is often added into soups, curries, fish cake and stir-fries. Store-bought curry paste can easily be found in Asian grocers, but homemade curry pastes have greater depth in flavour due to its freshness. If you do not have mortar and pestle, use a blender instead.
A flavourful and creamy curry which isn’t too spicy and filled with chicken, pumpkin and herbs. The sweet basil or kaffir lime leaves gives a wonderful fragrance that elevates the flavours of the curry. The pumpkin’s sweetness balances the spiciness with the fragrance of sweet basil or kaffir lime leaves.
Making your own rice crackers isn’t as complicated as you think! These puffy gluten-free crackers are neutral in flavour and great with any curries and dips.
If you have not experienced the sheer ecstasy of biting into melt-in-your-mouth tender pork belly topped with crunchy crackling skin – you have not lived! Indulge in this Thai-style crispy pork belly tenderised with coconut juice then baked to a crisp finish.
‘Kang Khiew Wan’ literally means ‘sweet green curry’ however, do not be deceived by the mild colour, this dish is as spicy as red curries or even hotter! This recipe uses beef, but this dish can also be prepared with chicken, pork or fishballs.
Pad cha is a spicy stir-fry showcasing the unique fragrance of whole fresh green peppercorns. This dish packs a punch in flavour; it’s hot and strong with just enough sauce to coat all the ingredients in the stir-fry.
Tom Khem is a flavoursome dish with caramelised pork belly and can be easily varied with various ingredients to your liking. The tender pork and boiled eggs soak up the flavours of the stew making the dish an absolute joy to eat.
When it comes to Thai food, one of the greatest combinations is som tum (papaya salad) with gai yang (grilled chicken). The duo, along with sticky rice, makes for one of the world’s most satisfying meals.
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