This looks a lot like a rich buttery French style cream soup, but it's a velvety smooth, creamy Thai-style coconut soup with hearty chunks of squash. We love this with Asian-style Kabocha pumpkin squas
Pickled lime adds wonderful taste and aroma to this delicate Thai-Chinese style soup. The soup is mild, a contrast to the typical spicy-sour combination, and has a unique aroma. This Thai classic is s
Here is a healthy, delicious meal that will save you a lot of money. Mama brand is the favorite instant noodle of Thailand, and we love the way the noodles and spice packets can be used as a base to c
This is a popular fish soup that is quite common in Thailand, where it is usually prepared using a freshwater fish "pla chon", or snakehead serpent fish. As an alternative, we suggest using canned herri
This uses the light semi-transparent vermicelli style noodles known as wunsen in Thai. Note that there are two types of soup in Thai cuisine: one type the Toms (tom kha gai, tom yam etc) are designed
We love this recipe which has been a family staple for years, it's often cooked for hours then left on the stove to be eaten over a 24 hour period with freshly-cooked jasmine rice. This soup has a
This soup is a popular light meal in Thailand, and often sold by "stop me and buy one" hawkers who pedal tricycles around the streets. The traditional form is made from beef offal, and contains cow's blo
The leading ingredient in this recipe is the bean thread vermicelli, also called glass noodles. Made from ground mungbean flour, these clear noodles soak up the flavor of the broth. The soup is mild,
A fragrant, light soup that's full of flavor.
When Thais elected a celebrity chef as Prime Minister in 2008, we knew that an occupation in politics wouldn't stop Samak's dedication to the cooking show Chimpai Bonpai ("Tasting, Complaining"). For anyo
The February 2010 issue of Food & Wine (an excellent magazine!) featured this as a "Healing Recipe To Fight Pain and Panic" It uses so many of the ingredients we offer, so we demonstrate it for you
Our basic wonton soup uses Thai pepper powder and soy sauce, then we use the same wrappers to create a spicy shrimp version.
The basic version is referred to as "baby food" in Thai because it's soft and
Try serving a pouch of our delicious tom kha in a young coconut with a few prawns!
This delicious soup uses coconut water as a base rather than plain water or prepared stock.
Fresh young Thai coconuts are becoming widely available, along with packaged pure coconut water, both of wh
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