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Hello again from you online Thai supermarket.  Today we feature a fresh batch of Aroy-D all-natural coconut milk which just arrived today from Thailand.  We also have Tom Yum Soup, satay grills on sale, and more.  See our street vendor video demonstrating great knife skills, and pickup a Thai butcher knife for $5 too.  Thanks for visiting!


Thai Street Vendor Video: Slicing Open a Durian - Bangkok Fruit Vendor

It's durian season and two vendors in Bangkok demonstrate the art of slicing it open fresh using a long Thai butcher knife.

See: Thai Street Vendor Video: Slicing Open a Durian - Bangkok Fruit Vendor


NEW Fresh Stock: All Natural Coconut Milk / Aroy-D

When we started offering pure, all-natural coconut milk for the first time a few years ago, it was an instant success. Until then, it was only possible to buy canned coconut milk that contained preservatives and had a 3 year shelf life. Only the very best quality coconut can be packed this way, in a modern paper carton (BPA free, made by SGI Combibloc of Switzerland or Tetrapak of Sweden).

Just today we received a new shipment direct from Thailand, could not be fresher.  Good until December 4, 2018.  

Our new stock includes Large (33 oz) boxes of all natural milk and cream, as well as 8.5 oz boxes of milk.

Any orders placed this week will get the brand new freshest stock.

See: All Natural Coconut Milk, Aroy-D


Back in Stock: Tom Yum Soup

This tom yum soup is made with an authentic "Thai Taste", a strong blend of both sour and spicy. It is restaurant quality. The mushrooms are high-end "het nangfah" variety, nangfah means angel. Het nangfah mushrooms are sarjor-caju in English, we love them. Each can has a few of the mushrooms, kaffir lime leaf, whole red chile, and sliced galangal.

New fresh stock just arrived from Aroy-D, it's been out of stock for a few months.  This is fairly spicy, not mild.

See: Tom Yum Soup, Aroy-D


On Sale: 12" Thai Butcher Knife, $5

A design that Kiwi calls "Butcher" because of the nice long blade. Expect the very best quality at a great price from Kiwi. Total length is 12", the blade is 7.5, the handle is 4.5".  Similar to the knife used in our Durian Video above.

Made in Thailand and stamped with Kiwi Brand Made in Thailand.

See: Thai Butcher Knife



Feature Thai Recipe: Crystal Sticky Rice, 'Khao Neow Keaw'

Colorful green sticky rice has excellent sweet flavor, and heavenly aroma thanks to the pandan paste. Kids love sticky rice, and the color makes it a lot of fun. Also a party idea for St Patrick's Day.We saw this sticky rice as a topping for mango icecream at Dairy Queen Thailand.

See: Crystal Sticky Rice, 'Khao Neow Keaw'


Thai Sticky Rice - 5 lb Pack

Thai Sticky Rice (also known as "sweet rice" or "glutinous rice") is a tasty, sweet rice that does a great job of filling the stomach--but be careful not to eat too much... According to Thai tradition sticky rice can put you fast asleep if more than a couple handfuls are eaten. 

It is meant to be formed into small balls that you make with your fingers. Then dip it in spicy sauce and let it soak up like a sponge. 

Our Thai Sticky Rice is the highest export-grade from Thailand's 'Aroy-D' brand, new fresh stock just arrived today. Packed in a strong, clear bag as shown. All natural, 100% rice.

See: Thai Sticky Rice

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Comments 2

Guest - Mark on Wednesday, 27 September 2017 22:07

I love Thai food. But what was really great about this site was the tutorial videos so you learn how to cook Thai food. They’re gone now. Why not find local Thai chefs to step in? It made the whole site make sense.

I love Thai food. But what was really great about this site was the tutorial videos so you learn how to cook Thai food. They’re gone now. Why not find local Thai chefs to step in? It made the whole site make sense.
Guest - Arka on Wednesday, 27 September 2017 22:34

Mark - are you thinking of the street vendor videos at https://importfood.com/videos? Or were there more videos previously?

Mark - are you thinking of the street vendor videos at https://importfood.com/videos? Or were there more videos previously?
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