Thai

Seafood

Clams with Roasted Chili Paste and Basil

This seafood dish is easy to make, and is loaded with delicious Thai flavor. Much of the flavor comes from the all-in-one Thai roasted chili...(more)

Thai Seafood Dipping Sauce: Nam Jim Seafood

Thailand has over 2000 miles of coastline and its southern regions boast an abundance of fresh seafood. Because of its inherent freshness, seafood in Thailand...(more)

Steamed Fish with Ginger and Soy Sauce

This healthy steamed fish with ginger and soy sauce is as easy to make as it is delicious. A fresh, whole white fish is seasoned...(more)

Vegetarian

Stir Fried Chinese Chives with Firm Tofu

This quick and easy vegetarian stir fry features the fresh, garlicky flavor of Chinese chives combined with the mild spice of white ground pepper and the crunch of pan-fried tofu. Chinese chives have a sweet crunchiness and are also sometimes known as garlic chives because of the prominent garlic aroma that is released when they are cooked. This simple preparation is seasoned with thin Thai soy sauce and white pepper, highlighting the natural flavor of the chives for quick, delicious stir fried meal....(more)

Vegetarian Thai Broken Rice Congee (Jok)

This vegetarian version of jok, the popular Thai broken rice porridge, is a silky-smooth comfort food. Broken rice is simmered to a creamy consistency and flavored with sautéed ginger, garlic, and Thai soy sauces to form a satisfying congee. Two different Thai soy sauces are used in this recipe to provide additional depth of flavor that fish sauce gives to the traditional version. Once topped with freshly shredded ginger, green onions, and a pinch of white pepper powder, this mild rice dish has enough flavor to make it an addictive everyday vegetarian meal....(more)

Thai Spicy and Sour Tom Yum Soup with Mushrooms

Spicy, fresh, and satisfying, tom yum soups have a depth of flavor that is unforgettable. The traditional Thai tom yum soups, however, frequently contain meat, seafood, and other hidden animal-based products such as fish sauce and nam prik pao, a seasoning that often contains shrimp paste. This vegetarian tom yum soup uses extra mushrooms for body and substitutes vegetarian options to make a delicious soup that everyone can enjoy. Similar to a traditional tom yum soup, this recipe relies on the key ingredients of lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, lime juice, and chilis to create the fresh spicy and sour base that makes this soup so beloved....(more)

Thai

Mangosteen: The Queen of Thai Fruits

Once you've enjoyed your first taste of mangosteen, you will understand how the sweet, delicate flavor of this tropical fruit can quickly lead to an obsessive search for more. Known as the queen of fruits in Thailand, mangosteen are prized for their delicious flavor as well as their purported health benefits. Read on to learn more about this delicious tropical fruit, where to find it, and how best to enjoy it....(more)

Chicken Stir Fried with Holy Basil: Pad Gaprow Gai

A Thai favorite, this dish of chicken stir fried with holy basil is very easy to make, but you wouldn't know it by the incredible flavor. It is made by stir frying plenty of red Thai chilis and garlic with minced chicken, flavoring with some salty and slightly sweet Thai seasoning sauces, and then adding a large handful of holy basil at the end. The most difficult part of making this dish is finding fresh holy basil, known as "bai gaprow" in Thai. This variety of basil is very different from the more commonly found Thai sweet basil, having a distinctive sharp, almost peppery flavor that often defies description. If you are able to find this prized ingredient, chicken stir fried with holy basil is a breeze to make and will reward you with delicious results....(more)

Thai Deep Fried Pork Toast

This deep fried pork toast is incredibly rich and satisfying, whether it is served as a party appetizer or is picked up as a snack from a street vendor in Bangkok. It features pork seasoned with the quintessential Thai marinade of garlic, white peppercorns, and cilantro roots, which gives it an earthy, slightly spicy kick. The pork is then layered on a thick piece of white bread and deep fried to golden perfection.Although this pork toast might seem straightforward to prepare, achieving the perfect bite can take some practice. The goal is to keep the bread from becoming too oily, while still thoroughly cooking the pork. To achieve this outcome, keep these tips in mind. First, drying the bread overnight will help it absorb less oil. Second, the temperature of the oil is key. If the oil is too hot, the bread will burn before the pork is cooked through,...(more)

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