"I just recently received the kaffir lime leaf powder, and I've fallen in love with it!"
This recipe comes courtesy of Fine Cooking magazine July 2008 and we thank them for the inspiration. It's a three-step process that really turns out well. Our version uses Thai ketchup which adds a ple
For years we've sold Thai green curry paste made of natural spices, and it maintains flavor for months after opening. Perhaps you might have some at home and you're thinking of an innovative way to use
It can be said that every Thai dish uses garlic, and Thai garlic comes in small cloves with great flavor. Use as much garlic as you prefer for this recipe which serves 4.
An aromatic rice, Indonesian style.
We recommend serving this with kacang panjang kecap (long beans in sweet soy sauce).
The tamarind sauce that's prepared as part of this recipe is delicious and can be used for all kinds of dishes, and you'll have plenty leftover to experiment with. Duck can be hard to find in certain ar
This is a delicious game hen recipe that's an American adaptation, not something you would find prepared in Thailand where most (almost all) families do not use an oven. We love the flavor however and
We are pleased to present this recipe which nicely blends two of our favorite ingredients: coconut milk and rice, in a main course. Typically you find coconut milk and rice cooked together as a desser
Before we made this recipe, we thought you had to go to the Saochingcha area of Bangkok to get the tastiest red pork. No restaurant we've ever been to in America has ever offered anything that comes cl
This recipe is from our "Thai-American" section, which contains dishes that would not typically be found in Thailand. These dishes have been developed and/or popularized in America.
Cardamom is an earthy, fragrant spice grown in Thailand, a relative of the ginger family that tastes a bit like a cross between anise and almond. It's part of our Thai spice kit. Cardamom is often used
We love this recipe, inspired by Bon Appétit Magazine, but it would not be considered a Thai recipe. The connection to Thai food is that it uses red curry paste, and Thai food often incorporates squa
The final result of this recipe is a very flavorful, savory barbeque chicken that's beautifully-served on a lemongrass skewer. See complete photographs below. A real party pleaser.
This recipe is from our own kitchen, not something you would typically find in Thailand, so we indexed it in our "Thai-American" section. Lately chefs in Thailand are combining ingredients to come up wi
We've made this a staple beef dish in our house, the sesame oil especially makes the marinade so tasty. Use a bit more than 1 tablespoon if you like, and we recommend not adding more than 2 or 3 cloves
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