Thai

Dinners

A Quick and Dirty Guide to Thai Table Manners

When it comes to Thai table manners, following your common sense goes a long way towards making a good impression. However, some manners stem from...(more)

The Dos and Don'ts of Setting a Thai Table

If you've gone to the effort of cooking a delicious Thai meal, you'll want to present it in style. The types of utensils and dishes...(more)

Clay Pot Cooking 101

Using a clay pot is a popular cooking technique because of the delicious flavors it imparts. Covered earthenware vessels that seal in moisture and retain...(more)

Curry

Green Curry with Pork, Thai Eggplant, and Green Beans

This Thai green curry with pork, eggplant, and green beans is a perfect example of all that Thai curries have to offer. If you love Thai curries, you must try this recipe. ...(more)

Thai Yellow Curry: Mild yet Flavorful

If you're new to Thai curries, yellow curry is a great place to start. One of the most accessible Thai curries to the western palate, it has all of the inviting flavors of a Thai curry cooked in a base of rich coconut milk, but it tends to be less fiery than some of the other curries. ...(more)

Mastering Thai Curries: The Technique

Thai curries may seem to have an infinite variety of flavors, but making a great Thai curry is easier than you might think. With the right ingredients and proper technique, you will soon be able to replicate the curries that you enjoy at your favorite Thai restaurant. ...(more)

Rice

Thai Fried Rice with Chicken

This chicken fried rice recipe is great for a mid-week dinner, especially if you have leftover jasmine rice from a previous meal. Always packed with flavor, this variation on classic Thai fried rice relies on garlic, white onions, and green onions to provide a savory base while thin Thai soy sauce, lime juice, and white pepper provide characteristic salty, sour, and spicy flavors....(more)

Thai Fried Rice with Tofu

Enjoy this meatless version of a classic Thai fried rice, which features bite-sized tofu pieces fried to golden brown perfection. This recipe is packed with complex flavors which are contributed by a Thai seasoning combination of thin soy sauce, white pepper, lime juice, and cilantro. For the best results, allow the cooked jasmine rice to dry so that it will separate easily in the wok rather than clumping together. Store the cooked rice in the refrigerator overnight or spread it in a thin layer on a baking sheet or large plate and allow it to dry for several hours....(more)

Khao Chae: A Songkran Tradition

It's not surprising that water plays a major role in Songkran, the traditional Thai New Year festival celebrated during the height of the dry season in Thailand. Water symbolizes a new beginning, whether it's used to cleanse elders' hands as a blessing or to douse party goers having fun in the street.In addition its role in the festivities of Songkran, water has also found its way into khao chae, an exquisite Thai dish of soaked rice and small accompaniments typically served during this time of year. Read on to learn more about this dish, including its origins, preparation, and typical accompaniments....(more)

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