Thai Food
This includes the many wonderful dishes of stirfry, steamed, grilled, and sauteed dishes.

Stir Fried Pork (Pad Ped Mu ) star
This is a very flavourful and easy dish to prepare with Pork Belly or bacon with yardlong beans or brocolli that was requested by one of our readers. This is a Chinese-Thai style dish popular.

Bar-B-Que Pork on Rice star[offsite link]
A very authentic dish that will be easy to try.

Basil Beef star
This hearty and quick Thai dish is a favourite with the guys. The chiles and Thai basil give it a marvelous aanexciting flavour.

Beef Green Curry with Thai Noodles star
Fragrant beef green curry over rice noodles is the perfect Thai meal.

Caramelized Black Pepper Beef star
The exciting flavour of caramelized beef with black pepper, garlic, ginger and of course chiles is a show stopper. This is a spectacular dish that is intensely flavoured sweet and savory that will become a favourite of yours. You can adjust the heat upwards to Thai-it up a bit more like I do.

Charcoal Grilled Beef with hot sweet sauce star
Thai "yang" dishes are grilled over a barbecue usually using charcoal. A very familiar "yang" is Gai Yang or grilled flattened chicken on bamboo sticks which is sold along the road sides, especially in Isan the NE plateau of Thailand.

Chiang Mai Sausage star
Flavourful Chiang Mai Sausage easily made at home

Chiang Mai Sausage (sai krok) star
Authentic recipe to make those wonderful Chiang Mai Sausages-those tasty little round sausages sold by street vendors in Chiang Mai

Choo Chee star[offsite link]
Spicy "choo chee" prawns/scallops and mushrooms/(Choo chee gkung/hoi shel gkap hed). This dish is a special combination of scallops, prawns and mushrooms.

Gkaeng Ped Bped/Roast Duck and Pumkin Curry star[offsite link]
Gkaeng Ped Bped/Roast Duck and Pumkin Curry is a great dish to fix for guests.

Isan Style Sausages star
I learned to make these Isan sausages called Sai Grog Tod from the Colonel I. F. K. Philpott and his lovely wife Muoi Khuntilanont in Korat (Ubon Ratchashima)in the mid 1990's. They have been a family favourite ever since.

Jackfruit Curry (Gaeng Kanun) star
This is a traditional Karen Hill tribe recipe using local game, however I use Cornish Game Hens or pork. It is eaten fiendishly hot by the Karens but I have toned it down for Western palates.

Lamb & Asparagus with Basil star
Thinly sliced beef and asparagus stir-fry with Thai Basil, shallots, garlic, and chiles, a quick and easy meal.

Lamb & Asparagus with Basil star
This dish is made with Basil and Anything -- substitute the lamb with pork, beef, squid, shrimp, seafood, frog . . . anything you like. This dish is often served at breakfast with a fried egg, sunnyside up, on top.

Lemongrass Barbecued Pork star
This barbecued pork is a common street food often called Satay Mu. It is an easy and full of flavour dish which is perfect for summer get togethers.

Moo Tod Kratiem Phrik Thai star
Pepper Garlic Pork Thai style (Moo Tod Kratiem Phrik Thai)is a dish sure to please anyone. You can regulate the pepperiness by adjusting how much pepper you use.

Pineapple Basil Chicken Supreme star[offsite link]
A wonderful blending of fruit, serrano peppers, garlic and roasted cashews.

Pork Curry with Long Beans (PHRIK KHING MU TUA FAK YAO) star
This is a quick and easy wonderful one dish meal - curried long beans with curry

Pork Green Curry with Veggies star
This is always a favourite of our family. Pork is the perfect meat to include in a green curry.

Pork in Red Curry with Bamboo Shoots star
The combination of pork and bamboo in a coconut milk red curry is so wonderful! This easy meal can be made in less than 20 minutes! Start the Jasmine Rice and by the time the rice is cooked you will have this easy to make curry ready for lunch or dinner.

Pork Penang star
Penang is a drier style curry originating in Southern Thailand from Penang, Malaysia. Phanaeng curry is named after Penang island, an island which is located in Malaysia. Many other curries require much more coconut milk than in this Penang style curry.

Pork Satay (Muu Satay) star
Healthy lean pork satay is always a big hit at barbecues.

Pork Waterfall star
Delightfully easy pork recipe that cAN BE PARTIALLY PREPARD AHEAD OF TIME.

Red Curry Steak star
Thai-Style Sirloin Steak with Red Curry Sauce can be made with ready made Thai Red Curry or using your own made curry paste. Thai red curry paste is found in most Asian Markets. I like Mae Sri and Mae Ploy brands the best.

Shaking Beef (Bò Lúc Lắc ) star
Shaking Beef is a simple dish with amazing robust flavours of tender, moist, cubed filet mignon with garlic, watercress and red onions. The tangy garlicky dipping "sauce" (it´s not any more a sauce than nuoc cham adds the extra bit of flavor to make this dish a winner.

Sirloin & Asparagus with Basil star
A quick and easy Thai dish served with steamed Jasmine rice is a complete meal for a week night dinner

Spicy Thai Chicken and Vegetables star[offsite link]
This recipe comes highly rated by many and is a very healthy dish.

Steak Crying Tiger star
Crying Tiger is one of the most popular Thai dishes. This recipe is a quick and very flavourful authentic Thai dish.

Stir -Fried Chicken Green Beans star
Traditional quick and easy Thai stir fry that packs great flavour in just minutes. This wonderful recipe is the perfect balanced meal in a bowl when served over steamed Thai Jasmine rice.

Thai Barbecued Baby Backs star
My Thai ribs are always the hit of a party! Make the marinade the night before for an easy entree for your next gathering.

Thai Barbequed Beef (Seua Rong Hai) star
Crying Tiger is a great and fun entree for guests or family alike. The Hot chile dipping Sauce known as Crying Tiger is wonderful.

Thai BBQ Baby Back Ribs star
These delightful Thai sweet-hot baby back ribs are a crowd pleaser.

Thai Beef Satays star
Flavourful beef skewers perfect for a party.

Thai Coconut Baby Backs star
These deliscious ribs are succlent and tasty. You can easily prep these the night before, and marinade overnight in the refrigerator to develop the exciting flavour of these awesome ribs.

Thai Glazed Chicken Lettuce Wraps star[offsite link]
Easy and tasty chicken lettuce wraps by Rachael Ray

Thai Grilled Steak in Lettuce Cups star
Easy to make Thai grilled steak for those carnivore in your family! You can easy substitue chicken, pork, shrimp or even grilled veggies for lighter meals.

Thai Lamb Sausages with Wasabi Mashed Potatoes star
This is an amazing Thai taste lamb sausage served with kicked up mashed potatoes using wasabi for flavour and heat.

Venison Red Curry star
This flavourful Thai red curry is perfect for vennison, wild boar, or buffalo. Of course you can use beef, lamb, or goat if you prefer. I have used all of these at various times and each is wonderful!

Waterfall Beef star
In Thai language, nam tok is a waterfall. This dish is usually cooked using a barbeque (the juices drip onto charcoal hence the name waterfall) but you can fry or broil the beef just as well. It should be cooked rare to start with.

Waterfall Lamb Recipe star
This grilled lamb dish is very popular in Northeast Thailand. It is often eaten with sticky rice.

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