Spicy Prawn Soup (Tom Yum Goong)
Tom Yum Kung (Thai spicy soup) is Thailand’s favourite soup. It is delicious, nutritious and easy to make with this easy to follow authentic recipe. The soup is thin, and has a hot and sour flavour.
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Chicken Soup in Coconut Milk (Tom Kha Gai)
This is a mild but spicy coconut flavoured chicken soup flavoured with the distinctive flavour of galangal ('kha' in Thai), which creates a wonderful taste.
Thai Fish Cakes (Thod Mun Pla)
A very popular starter and easy to prepare, delicious fish cakes are a common snack in Thailand. Simply serve these with some chilli sauce to accentuate the taste.
Thai Prawn Cakes (Thod Man Kung)
Uma Wylde's aromatic prawn cakes: These are popular all over south east Asia, where they are wrapped around sugar cane before cooking. Enjoy as a tasty snack or first course.
Satay Chicken (Gai Satae)
This classic Thai starter is made of strips of chicken that are marinated in a special Thai paste, grilled, and served with peanut sauce for the ultimate taste sensation.
Peanut Sauce (Nam Jim)
This recipe is super easy and quick to make. This peanut sauce can be used for a variety of purposes, from a dip for vegetables to a sauce for satay or a cold noodle salad.
Thai Sausages (Sai Grog)
Perfect for barbeques, these Thai sausages originally from the north-eastern area of Issan bring a unique, fragrant taste. It can be a meal in itself as the combination of pork and sticky rice.
Chicken wrapped in Pandan leaves
Originally from Bangkok this is a popular starter in most Thai restaurants around the world. The pandan leaves give a vibrant aroma as well as keep the fried chicken juicy and moist inside.
Thai Beef Salad (Yum Nuea)
A classic Thai dish which is easy to make. The beef can easily be substituted with chicken or pork. This recipe can both be used as a starter or a side dish.
Green Mango Salad (Yam Ma Maung)
This salad is a taste intensive mix of flavours and textures. It is also very healthy, low in calories and fat. Simply add shrimp or chicken to enjoy it as a complete meal.
Thai Papaya Salad (Som Tum)
This salad is popular in most areas of Thailand and it's a beautifully unique and flavour filled salad. It's also easy to make, low-calorie, and very nutritious.
Thai Seafood Salad (Yam Talay)
While nearly every nation bordering an ocean has its own type of seafood salad, you'll definitely find this sumptuous Thai version to be one of the best!
Thai laab namtok
Larb nam tok is a dish from the north-eastern part of Thailand, commonly known as Issan. The word namtok literally translates into waterfall.
Thai Green Curry (Gaeng Khiao Wan Gai)
Found in every Thai restaurant, cook this classic Thai recipe at home by following this easy step-by-step guide. Then find out why this is the most famous Thai curry!
Thai Red Curry (Gaeng Phed Gai)
This recipe combines lemongrass, red chillies, kaffir lime leaves, chicken chopped and Thai basil to form a delectable dish to tantalize the taste buds.
Rick Stein's Massaman Curry
Taken from Rick Stein's book, Far Eastern Odyssey, Rick says "What I find beguiling is the black cardamom, which gives the curry a delightfully smoky flavour."
Thai Yellow Curry (Gaeng Ga-Ri)
A dish with a strong southern Thai influence originating from the large Muslim population that occupy the far southern islands of Thailand. It has a rich texture and distinct aroma.
Thai Panang Curry
Thai Chicken Panang Curry has a very distinctive taste - it is intended to be both spicy and sour at the same time. When cooked right, this taste is then perfectly balanced.
Thai Fried Noodles (Pad Thai)
Authentic and easy to make, this classic Thai noodle recipe is famous for it’s abundance of flavours and textures. Pad Thai is the ultimate street food found in Thailand.
Thai Fried Rice (Kao Pad)
Thai Fried Rice is a tasty Thai dish. Both easy to cook and delicious, it is a popular choice for casual as well as formal occasions. Even your kids will love it!
Rick Stein's Hainanese Chicken
Taken from Rick Stein's book, Far Eastern Odyssey, Rick says "This chicken rice, is a dish I would cross continents for. There are people who wouldn’t let a day go by without a plate of it."
Thai Fish Curry Noodles (Kanom Jeen Namya)
A dish most commonly known in the northeastern Isan region of Thailand, noodles with Thai fish curry sauce style of food is traditionally served in large quantities.
Beef In Oyster Sauce (Neur Pad Num Mun Hoy)
This classic oriental beef dish is convenient and tasty and it can serve, two, four or more. Easy to cook and you can add your own selection of vegetables.
Chicken and Cashew Nuts
Thai Chicken and Cashew Nuts is one of many stir fry dishes that came to Thailand via the Chinese. Cashew chicken is a simple stir fry recipe that is easy to make, plus healthy and delicious.
Layered Dessert: A steamed coconut layer rice cake eaten cold, cut into cubes. This keeps for a week or two in the frigde and can be made well ahead of time.
Kanom Luk Chub
Sweet Beans: Kanom luk chub are marzipan-like sweets made from a paste of steamed green beans mixed with thick coconut milk, sugar and water.
Banana Pudding: Steamed banana pudding with coconut. As with many dishes in Thailand, this is less sweet than western desserts, making it quite a healthy dessert to eat.
Jackfruit seed in syrup: Made of mixture of mung bean or taro, coconut cream, sugar and egg yolk (Duck egg). Formed in an oval shape and dipped in egg yolk (Duck egg).
Picking Gold: Thong Yip is popularly made on propitious occasions since its name begins with the word 'thong' which means gold and the Thais believe that gold, which symbolizes fame.
Golden Rain Drops: Thong Yod is an ancient Thai dessert served in auspicious ceremonies. It is in a popular family of desserts consisting of 'Thong' (meaning 'Gold') in their names.
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