Archive for January, 2012

Poh Pia Tod – Thai Fried Spring Rolls

Fried spring rolls are on the menu at Thai, Chinese, or any Asian-style restaurant, and we think this style using genuine Thai beanthread noodles is the best. This is classic snack food that can also fill you up. Make a large batch if you’d like. After cooking the rolls, set them out in the open […]

Spicy Salad of Boiled Pork Sausage

This Steamed Pork Sausage had become well appreciated souvenir from this Province, Ubon Ratchatanee. This sausage is needed in many Vietnamese spring rolls, rice noodle soup and other dishes. In general, Thai people like to eat spicier than the Vietnamese people; therefore we use this pork sausage as the main ingredients of our spicy salad. You […]

Pad See Ew – Thai Rice Noodles

Pad See Ew is that it’s easy to make and doesn’t require a lot of ingredients. Another great note is that it’s cheap to make! Pad See Ew is a common street-food noodle here in Central Thailand. See Ew is a Southern Chinese word for soy sauce. This dish literally means ‘stir fried soy sauce’. […]

Pak Boong Fai Daeng – Stir Fried Water Spinach

Pak Boong Fai Daeng  is one of a few Thai street foods that can be made at home very easily, quickly, and with great results.  Pak Boong is a very common vegetable in Thailand, as well as other South East Asian countries. Containing no meat and featuring only one main ingredient, the dish costs very little […]

Rad Nah Kai – Chicken Noodle in Gravy

Thai noodles

Noodles In Gravy Thai called “Rad Nah” is one of Thai street food. It is made with stir-fried wide rice noodles, a form of meat such as chicken, beef, pork, seafood or tofu and Kale. The dish is then covered in a gravy made of stock and tapioca starch or cornstarch. It is seasoned with […]

Chao Kuai (Grass jelly)

Thai dessert

In Thailand grass jelly is known as “Chao Kuai”, and is commonly served relatively plain together with ice and natural brown sugar. Additionally, it can also be served with fruits such as Jackfruit, the fruit of the toddy palm or mixed together with other Thai desserts.  

Tom Yum Goong – Sour & Spicy Lemongrass Shrimp Soup

Tom Yum is probably the most famous of Thai soups and is popular not only in Thailand but in Thai restaurants worldwide. It is a clear, sour soup flavored with fragrant lemon grass, fresh galangal root and kaffir lime leaf. This potent herbal mixture is well known for its medicinal properties. Tom Yum Goong is […]

“Tom Kha Gai” – Chicken Soup in Coconut Milk

tom kah gai

This is a mild but spicy chicken soup (it can also be made with shrimp, pork, beef or mushrooms), flavored with the very unique flavor of galangal (“kha” in Thai) which creates a heavenly taste when combined with hot chile peppers, coconut milk, lime leaves and lemongrass.  

Khao niao mamuang – Mango with sticky rice

Thai dessert

It’s mango season here in Thailand, and the best way to enjoy them is to pair the sweet fruit with sweet and salty coconut-milk sticky rice. Khao Nieow Ma-muang is a very popular dessert.    

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