Tom Kha Gai (Coconut Chicken Soup)
Rich and creamy yet tangy and salty, this Thai coconut chicken soup recipe is filling but light and positively bursting with flavor.Tom means Soup, Kha means galangal root and Gai means chicken.
Thai Green Curry
One of the most well-known and popular Thai curries in the world! Coconut milk and palm sugar create subtle background sweetness that doesn’t take away from the spicy of this fragrant and creamy Thai green chicken curry.
Thai Pineapple Rice
Fluffy grains of jasmine rice, colourful veggies, sweet juicy pieces of pineapple all tossed in a savoury, slightly sweet Thai fried rice sauce. A popular Thai side dish for tropical dishes, BBQ’s and of course, with all things Thai.
Thai Yellow Curry
Easy Thai Yellow Curry, ready in just 25 minutes. Made with chicken, potatoes, onions, carrots, and cooked in a creamy broth made up of coconut milk and yellow curry paste. This yellow curry is mild and can easily be made vegan or vegetarian.
Roasted Duck in Red Curry sauce
Thai Red Curry, like most Asian curries, has a great depth of flavour. In this recipe the duck is kept tender whilst absorbing the tastes and flavors of the Thai red curry.
Som Tam Papaya Salad
Som Tam is a popular Thai salad featuring green papaya and a spicy chile pepper dressing. The multitude of flavors from this salad explode in your mouth—sweet, tart, crunchy, and a touch of spiciness—the perfect side dish or a light entree!
Pad Thai with Shrimps
Pad Thai is one of the world’s most beloved noodle dishes. Easy & Flavorful with simple ingredients and can be made with chicken, shrimp or tofu! Vegan-adaptable and Gluten-Free adaptable.
Massaman curry is a fusion of Thai- and Indian-style curries. It is rich, tangy and gently spiced that's softened with creamy coconut milk. An essential ingredient is roasted peanuts, which add an extra layer of richness and texture to the curry.
Chicken satay is an easy grilled chicken recipe that's marinated with spices and served with peanut sauce . Perfect for a light meal or for party appetizers!
Tom Yum Soup
You cannot walk into a Thai restaurant without spotting Tom Yum on the menu. Often called Thai Hot and Sour Soup, it’s bold and perky with a pop of spicy heat. Plus, it’s gluten free!
Fried Banana (Kloay Kaak)
These Thai Banana fritters are very easy to make, the ideal dessert choice after a spicy Thai meal . Serve with a generous amount of vanilla ice cream!
Patongo Doughnut Sticks
A cousin of Churros as in taste (a Spanish famous bakery), Patongo or Chinese Doughnut is a very popular breakfast menu in Thailand. It is crispy and soft and it can pair up with many things!