We find that it's difficult to enjoy true vegetarian Thai food because so many recipes use fish sauce; however, we absolutely love this vegetarian larb recipe. It does take time to prepare but the
This recipe combines the healthy, naturally pepper-flavored betel leaf and the classic sweet, sour and hot sauce typical of Thai "yum" salad.
This is a popular Northeastern Thai (Isaan) style snack. An exciting and new discovery for people in Bangkok but it's easy to find in Isaan. We know a street vendor in Bangkok that prepares it perfectl
This is a Thai traditional "celebration dish". Enjoyed on Thai New Year's Day, at a wedding feast, or brought to the monks at a temple. A kid friendly meal also.
There are a few variants to this di
This is a vegetarian dish that has wonderful fresh flavor, usually served on Chinese New Year. The noodles are typically known as "Chinese" and referred to as "Long Life Noodles" because they're very long.
This is a traditional Thai dish that can be interpreted in a humorous way, as male testicles in Thai are also referred to as eggs.
This recipe prepares two generous servings, feel free to make a larger batch. We used a large skillet, as shown, it doesn't need to be prepared in a wok. We used a quick home-made vegetable broth
Ruam mitr means "everything mixed together" and in this recipe feel free to use any seasonal vegetables. We like this as a pure vegetarian recipe but you can substitute oyster sauce instead of
A very simple and healthy recipe using just mungbeans and sugar. Preparing them fills your kitchen with the lovely scent of cooked mungbeans, a bit like the aroma of a bakery.
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Smoke has been used by to flavor food by people around the world. Here's the Thai way to use smoke, to scent coconut milk and simple syrup that's served over fresh fruit and tapioca pearl. The candle is
This is a more complicated vegetarian squash stir-fry dish with delicate sweet overtones, and it takes just perfect with fresh jasmine rice.
Many people may not realize that pumpkin, or any seasonal gourd, is an ingredient in many Thai recipes. This recipe works best with good old American halloween-style field pumpkin.
This is a basic vegetarian stir-fry.
We think Tao Suan came from China, the words certainly sound that way. It's a very simple, healthy sweet dessert that you can make in minutes. Many Asian stores in America prepare this on the premises,
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