June Thai Recipe Update / ImportFood
This month we feature two recipes, Mae Krua is back in stock & fresh as can be, Bin Bin Thai crackers, Aroy-d sesame seeds are on sale, and it's a good time to stock up on tasty Thai baby corn. Many things are low in stock and we're doing our best to bring the best to you.
Thai Sesame Seeds - Half Price
On sale this week.Nice large pack of top quality sesame seeds from Aroy-D Thailand. A nice touch, useful with lots of recipes.
Black Sticky Rice & Sweet Coconut Dessert
One of the greatest contributions of Thailand to entire mankind--this Thai black sticky rice dessert is so delicious you'll never have enough. Ours is a tried-and-true recipe that we're certain you'll appreciate.
Back in Stock: Mae Krua Thai Oyster Sauce
A common seasoning for many Asian stir fry dishes and the perfect touch when making a steak. Ideal for all seasoning purposes. This is a truly premium brand, the manufacturer has decades of experience producing Thailand's finest oyster sauce.
Pan-Fried Butter Steak
We learned how to make this steak from a local chef with a very keen sense of taste.
Oyster sauce and fish sauce are key ingredients but the finished steak doesn't have a hint of Asian flavors -- just a lovely slight sweet garlic glaze and the rich flavor of beef.
Bin Bin Thai Crackers - Original
We don't know how they make these taste so good. Bin Bin is a great seller in Asian markets now and we are pleased to offer them to you, manufactured in a modern facility with ISO 9002 certification.
This is Original flavor.
Bin Bin Thai Crackers - Snow
Snow has been out of stock and we just got more, These large round crackers are made of rice flour and the top is coated with a sweet frosting. There are two large round crackers wrapped in plastic and ten of those per package.
Bin Bin Spicy Seaweed
These large round crackers are made of rice flour and finished with a slightly spicy glaze sprinkled with seaweed. There are two large round crackers wrapped in plastic and ten of those per package.
Solid Brass Wok
The solid brass wok is commonly used in Thai cooking for preparation of various desserts (see some favorites below).
Brass has certain advantages when cooking sweets. Brass heats evenly, so syrups and candies can be prepared without scorching.
Thai Baby Corn
Tender baby corn is new crop, always crispy, and it tastes so good. Just pop it in your mouth fresh or add to your favorite stir-fry.
Packed by Aroy-D which is well known for the very best quality canned vegetables in Thailand. In each can you get about 30 baby corns, they are about 6 inches long.