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Mar
14

IMPORTFOOD NEW RECIPE & PRODUCT UPDATE



Hello again and thanks for visiting ImportFood.com. Welcome back to our newsletter, we took a short break from making updates but it's nice to be back.  Today we feature two new authentic Thai recipes that we made in Thailand with an experienced chef so we know you'll like them. We are offering $5 Flat Rate Shipping for two days only, and our ...

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Jan
13

ImportFood New Recipe & Product Update

Hello again and thanks for visiting ImportFood.com.  Today we feature a new Thai recipe for "Thai Sushi", and our very popular "Labuyo" fresh red chile pepper hot sauce is finally back in stock with a fresh batch -- long overdue, we haven't had it for over two years. Our huge Thai flat bottom wok is on sale, and we've reorganized our...

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Jan
06

ImportFood Current Specials Jan 6 2017

Hello again and thanks for visiting ImportFood.com.  Today we continue to improve our newly-designed website, with a renewed focus on Japanese grocery items offered at our shop.  We also have new "Classic Gold" all natural Thai codo Inaka Udon Noodles.  Our Japanese udon noodles are relatively thick, made of wheat flour, an...

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Jan
03

ImportFood 2017 New Year Update

Happy New Year and Welcome to our newly-designed website! ImportFood.com is now mobile-friendly, our Thai Recipes and Street Vendor Videos are neatly organized, and every product page comes with an improved format. As we enter our 18th year in business, we are always deeply thankful to you our wonderful customers. ​NEW Thai Recipe: Gai Pad Pri...

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May
12

Thai Fried Pork Strips, 'Moo Kratiem Chup Paeng Tod'

This is a marvelous Thai fried pork thanks to the marinade and special flour, and the pork is perfect paired with Thai pineapple chilli sauce.

You might be also interested in our recipe for Thai-Style Fried Chicken.

Moo = Pork. Kratiem = Garlic. Chup = Dip. Paeng = Flour. Tod = Fried. So this is Garlic Pork Flour-Dipped and Fried.

Our Thai batter mix perfectly coats your pork. Our recipe is easy to follow and doesn't take long to make.

See our New Recipe: Thai Fried Pork Strips

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