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New Thai Recipe Update May 3 2017

New Thai Recipe Update May 3 2017

Hello again and thanks for visiting ImportFood.com. Today we feature Khanom Buang, an authentic and ancient Thai recipe made by street vendors who mastered the art. We are offering $5 Flat Rate Shipping for two days only, and our shop has several great deals of appreciation for those who read our updates. It's all below --



Khanom Buang

Feature Recipe: Khanom Buang

A sweet snack found all over Thailand, made by street vendors who have mastered the art. It's history can be traced back 600 years to the Ayuttya Period.

See: Khanom Buang Recipe


On Sale $15.50

Mother's Day Gift Idea

Solid Granite Thai mortar and pestle only $15.50.  Great deal!

See: Solid Granite Mortar and Pestle ON SALE (scroll to bottom of link)


On Sale $2.00 / bottle

Sale: Pad Thai Sauce, Mae Pranom brand $2 per bottle (reg price $4.89).

Mae Pranom Pad Thai sauce allows you to create an authentic Pad Thai (see recipe at link) in less time than it takes to make from scratch. 

There are instructions on the jar, but we feature a method that creates a brilliant Pad Thai using this sauce. 

Just opening the wide-mouth lid gives a wonderful tamarind-ishly sour, sweet salty aroma. 

As with all Mae Pranom sauces, this is packed in a nice thick glass bottle, and they sensibly made the opening nice and wide because the sauce is thick.

Ingredients: sugar, tamarind, seasoning sauce, salt. No preservatives.

See: Pad Thai Sauce Sale - $2.00


Pure Coconut Sugar

NEW: Pure Coconut Sugar

Here we are finally able to offer, for the first time, pure sugar from the coconut palm that has no cane sugar added. In a thick, modern vacuum sealed plastic package, this palm sugar has a soft paste consistency similar to peanut butter.

See: Pure Coconut Sugar


Amazing Elephant brand "Tom Kha" Soup -- It's All In The Pouch. After years of development and investing in America, we are happy to introduce this to you.

Ready-to-eat, premium quality, authentic and delicious Tom Kha soup made in small batches using the highest quality ingredients. Amazing Elephant brand puts everything in the pouch and cooks it to perfection. To heat, simply put the pouch in boiling water for 3 minutes then open and serve alone or over rice. You can also microwave it for 90 seconds. It's all inside, so you don't need to add a thing.

Visit: Amazing Elephant Tom Kha Soup


Thai Jasmine Rice 2017

Get a great deal on Thai Jasmine Rice

With $5 shipping this week you can't go wrong buying our highest quality Royal Umbrella new crop jasmine rice.  Harvested in January, aged a few months this is just the right fragrance and overall quality.

Appreciated by connoiseurs for it's deep fragrance and nice texture. Thai jasmine rice is recognized around the world as having the finest quality--it's Thailand's principle export product. Jasmine rice was developed years ago in Thailand. A distinctive jasmine scent, also known locally as Khao Hom Mali. Khao means rice, Dawk means flower, Mali means jasmine. 

The brand we ship is Royal Umbrella. It has fantastic aroma, consistency, and we regard this among as the best Thai jasmine rice exported from Thailand.

See: Thai Jasmine Rice 2017 Crop


Tom Kha Street Vendor

Thai Street Vendor Video: Tom Kha

Tom Kha is a classic Thai recipe that's become very popular in the United States, likely due to the wonderful flavor and aroma of fresh galangal and lemongrass. Watch Chef Chantana prepare it from scratch at her kitchen in Kanchanaburi.

See: Thai Street Vendor Tom Kha

Fresh Thai Basil Bouquet / Mothers Day Update
New Thai Recipe Update April 25 2017
 

Comments 1

Guest - musongman on Thursday, 04 May 2017 03:25

I spend the 3 months of the southern hemisphere winter every year in Thailand. As much as I like Thai food, I cannot eat it every day, and need some western foods as well. Too much sugar and salt is included in Thai cooking for my taste. I cook Thai in my home country, but restrict the sugar and salt.. I am fortunate that most of the condiments, and fresh ingredients are available in my local area which hosts many people from Asia. For you Americans, importfood.com, is an excellent way to get those important ingredients.

I spend the 3 months of the southern hemisphere winter every year in Thailand. As much as I like Thai food, I cannot eat it every day, and need some western foods as well. Too much sugar and salt is included in Thai cooking for my taste. I cook Thai in my home country, but restrict the sugar and salt.. I am fortunate that most of the condiments, and fresh ingredients are available in my local area which hosts many people from Asia. For you Americans, importfood.com, is an excellent way to get those important ingredients.
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