Kom Kom Miracle knife, 9.5 in.Add to cartTemporarily Out of Stock
We expect to have more Miracle Knife by mid September.
Wonderful for carrots and cucumbers. Designed years ago in Thailand, "Miracle Knife" is extremely efficient and the package contains great instructions. Use the unique triangular tip to carve beautiful patterns, swivel the blade to pare, slice and peel, and use the handle to core. The New York Times recommended this same knife.
9.5" length. Made in Thailand.
Made by Kiwi, in Kom Kom brand. Found in every Thai restaurant we've ever known.
Thai Green Papaya Salad, 'Som Tum'
Green papaya salad is loved throughout SE Asia in various forms, and we are pleased to present this detailed recipe so you can bring it to your own kitchen. Somtum is a classic Thai dish, commonly associated with the NE (Isaan) area but served all over Thailand, for example here at a sidewalk shop found on our walking tour of good eats in Saochingcha area.
Also see our video features How To Shred Green Papaya for Som Tum, Som Tum Long Bean and Noodle Salad, Som Tum Shredded Mango and Cucumber, and our new feature story on a modern take on Som Tum: Jungle Salad.
Thai Fresh Spring Rolls, 'Pa Pia Sod'
Fresh rolls are healthy and delicious, and the fruity tamarind sauce adds super flavor character. Thai-style fresh rolls are called po pia which is a Chinese word, so this is Chinese style which became popular in Thailand. Vietnamese fresh spring rolls are more commonly enjoyed in America, so you might be more familiar with them. This version is typically what you find in Thailand. Don't be afraid to pop them in the microwave and serve warm. Vegetarians can easily leave out the pork and shrimp, and use shiitake or other mushroom.
Though we did not use them in this recipe, often are added to fresh spring rolls. Just soak for 5-7 minutes, and add a small amount to the mix. Also see: recipe for fried spring rolls.