Peanut Dipping Sauce for Fried Tofu ( Nam Jim Tou Hu Tod)

Fried Tofu with Peanut Dipping Sauce is a low fat, tangy appetizer, made in Thai style. Learn how to make/prepare Fried Tofu with Peanut Dipping Sauce by following this easy recipe.



Tod Mun Sauce (Nam Jim Tod Mun)

These delicious Thai fishcakes are very popular as starters or snacks. They’re served with a tangy lime and honey dipping sauce, and a lettuce, cucumber and mint salad.



Chinese Chive Dumpling Sauce (Nam Jim Gui Chai)

Chinese Chive Dumpling Sauce

Thai recipe for Chinese Chive Dumpling Sauce. How it’s really made in Thailand




Giant noodle roll sauce (Nam Jim Goi Tiew Lohd)

This sauce will hit your major taste buds; sour, sweet, salty and hot! The sauce is a wonderful compliment to the noodles.




Green Mango Chili Fish Sauce – (Nam Pla Prig Mamuang)

Green Mango Chili Fish Sauce, based on chili fish sauce, has the addition of shredded green mango and lime juice. This variation makes a great universal dipping sauce or a base for Thai salad dressing.

If you ever wonder what an average Thai eats at home, and if you could peer into their windows, you would often see a grilled catfish, fried fish or dried smoked fish eaten with this Green Mango Chili Fish Sauce. A Thai living abroad like me relishes Green Mango Chili Fish Sauce whenever I can get my hand on a green mango. With a bowl of rice, fried egg and this sauce is a meal I’m content.

Green Curry Mussels

Mussels aren’t usually cooked with strong flavors so their own taste can shine through, but here the heat and spice of curry paste, moderated by creamy coconut milk, elevate the shellfish. Adjust the spice to your own taste by using more or less of the paste, or try a different variety: red curry paste is somewhat less spicy than green, and yellow curry paste is quite mild, with lots of ginger.

Thai Fried Rice with Shrimp (Khao Pad Goong)

Thai fried rice with shrimp (khao pad goong), is a very typical Thai street food dish, available at all stir fry restaurants. Though you can order the dish with your choice of meat, shrimp is the most popular option. What really makes Thai fried rice unique, is that it’s served with a squeeze of lime on top to give it a nice sour tinge, and always accompanied by prik nam pla, the Thai condiment of chilies and fish sauce. Enjoy this recipe for Thai fried rice!

Kway Tiew Nahm Sai (Clear Noodle Soup)

Kway Tiew Nahm Sai or Clear Noodle Soup is one of the most basic Thai noodles soups but don’t be misled with the word basic as this dish packs a lot of flavour. Just the soup alone is enough to make you crave for more and the key for making its soup taste really good are pork bones, radish and spices. The piping hot soup is then poured in a bowl with rice noodles, minced meat, fish balls and an assortment of vegetables such as bean sprouts and kailan.

Chicken Fried Rice with Basil – (Kao Pad Kaprao)

Kao Pad Krapa

Another delicious way to enjoy fried rice, fragrant with the heady aroma of basil!





Drunken Noodles (Pad Kee Mao)

Spicy pan-fried rice noodles laced with chilies, garlic and Holy Basil. This famous dish is a hybrid between Pad See Ew and Pad Ga Prao.




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