RECIPES - Thai

Sour, sweet, spicy, bitter, and salty: authentic Thai cuisine is all about striking a balance between these five key flavours. Thai people don’t just pay attention to how the food tastes, but also how it feels, looks and smells. Traditional Thai food is known for its tangy tamarind sauce, spicy chicken broth, springy coriander and Thai basil, silky coconut milk and succulent pork. Thai food is also famed for having the most delectable salads including Som Tam and beef salad. Alternatively, take your pick of the coconut-fuelled curries of the south, the aromatic cuisine of the capital, and the fiery stir-fries of Isan in the northeast, from our collection of best Thai recipes. You will also find simple tips to create the perfect homemade Pad Thai, beef green curry or lamb Masaman curry. Read more »
Pla Goong (Spicy Grilled Shrimp Salad)

Pla Goong (Spicy Grilled Shrimp Salad)

The Pla Goong is the perfect dish for summer! These spicy grilled prawns which are complemented by colourful fresh herbs is a total crowd pleaser and requires only five minutes’ cook time. Serve it in as a dish with steamed rice, or in shot glasses

Grilled Lobster With Spicy Basil Garlic Sauce

Grilled Lobster With Spicy Basil Garlic Sauce

It’s officially BBQ season! Celebrate by treating yourself to this Thai-style grilled lobster that is so simple to prepare yet packed with a whole range of exciting flavours.

Thai Mango Coconut Smoothie

Thai Mango Coconut Smoothie

With the mix of mango and coconut milk, this Thai Mango Coconut Smoothie is rich in flavour and thick in texture. This crowd pleaser is definitely an easy and awesome quick fix to refresh yourself on a hot summer day.

Tao Hu Nom Sod (Thai Milk Pudding)

Tao Hu Nom Sod (Thai Milk Pudding)

Light yet creamy, the Tao Hu Nom Sod is a refreshing dessert that is served cold. It combines 3 types of milk: whole, condensed and evaporated. The texture is smooth, delicate and melts in the mouth. This milk pudding is incredibly versatile - you can add any toppings, fruits and flavourings of your choice. This recipe makes about 5 small cups.

Pla Pao (Thai Salt-Grilled Fish)

Pla Pao (Thai Salt-Grilled Fish)

Sushi isn’t the only seafood dish that does without being drenched in sauce or gravy to make a fantastic meal. The Thais have a special way of grilling fish that is plain, simple, and lets the flavours seep into the flesh so that you can enjoy its succulent texture and savouriness in its purest form.

Woon Mamuang (Mango Coconut Jelly Cubes)

Woon Mamuang (Mango Coconut Jelly Cubes)

A refreshing dessert perfect for warm days! Orange and lime juice gives the jelly a tinge of tartness, which is then complimented with a creamy coconut jelly top. With its main ingredients consisting of mangoes, creamy coconut milk and agar-agar, the woon mamuang is also welcomed dessert for vegans.

Thai Mango Chicken

Thai Mango Chicken

Sweet, spicy, and zesty, this dish is full of surprising tastes and proves that mango isn’t just an after-dinner treat. This fusion of poultry and fruit is not to be missed during this season.

Khao Neow Ma Muang (Thai Mango Sticky Rice)

Khao Neow Ma Muang (Thai Mango Sticky Rice)

This traditional Thai dessert is found everywhere in the streets of Thailand to acclaimed Thai restaurants all over the world. Sweet mango slices over a bed of chewy glutinous rice, topped with indulgent coconut cream and a sprinkling of crispy mung bean, the Thai Mango Sticky Rice in the best way to complete a flavourful Thai meal.

Thai Steamed Fish With Chilli And Lime

Thai Steamed Fish With Chilli And Lime

This heavenly Thai steamed fish recipe is perfect for any fresh white fish. Sour, spicy, and garlicky, these exciting flavours make any dish come to life – a signature of the Thai cuisine. A dish meant to share with family and friends, when fresh fish is used, the dish is irresistible and it becomes the highlight of the meal.

Gai Yang (Grilled Chicken Thigh with Coconut Juice)

Gai Yang (Grilled Chicken Thigh with Coconut Juice)

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.

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