Sankaya is a sweet custard, and here we made it with pumpkin but you can follow the same recipe and cook it in a coconut, or simply steam it alone in a dish and serve. Another option is to serve sakay
The recipe is featured in the July 2011 Bon Appétit Magazine. We thin this smooth tropical cocktail would go perfectly with Thai food. It's very easy to make. We loved it.
The aroma and flavor or pandan is not only unique but unmistakably good--for some reason this is especially true for those with American tastebuds. Nothing else resembles the earthy, rich, sweet, "trop
We were visiting Bangkok recently and attended a Thai rice exposition, organized on behalf of the King of Thailand, in one of the large convention halls. Here we learned about the process of cultivati
You need an ice cream maker to prepare this delicious dessert.
This recipe is unsuitable to freeze.
Juice and coffee vendors selling from carts in Thailand often use these large, round, hand-blown glass containers to display their fresh drinks, as shown in the picture below a coffee and tea vendor h
In order to get the correct effect in the ginger it is 'distressed' a little first. We do this by rolling it through a heavy roller designed to tenderize dried squid. However you should be able to get a
Ice cream is served throughout Thailand just as it is in many countries. Often served by bicycle vendors or via motorized carts, as shown in pictures below. Here is a basic ice-cream recipe using coco
A fragrant Thai classic, this dish may not agree with many traditional American palates because the fish sauce releases it's aroma therefore the sauce is not typically associated with what would be ser
First make the "dressing".
We are not sure of the origin of this delicious Thai snack food, but it seems to have some influence from the ethnic Thai Indians.
This could be considered a 'Disappearing Dish' because it's so hard to
A pleasant dessert not commonly served in Thailand unless durian is in high season (May and June), and it's an expensive dish so it's not often sold by Thai street vendors. We know you'll like the exotic
This is a unique coconut cookie recipe with a Thai-style influence. The coconut flavor is mild, and Thais often pair corn with sweet coconut treats. These cookies are easy to make and we suggest you a
Most high-end food courts in Bangkok have someone with a brass wok making kluay cheuam, which is particularly delicious in Thailand because of the abundance of "baby banana" or kluay kai, these are 4-5
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