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Steamed Egg with Tomato and Mint Salsa

Steamed Egg with Tomato and Mint Salsa

(Kai Toon)

It's a real treat! normally served warm from the bowl as a main dish with steamed rice, this recipe is served on a plate cold, as an appetizer, with a delicious and slightly spicy tomato and mint salsa.

Bitter Gourd Soup

Bitter Gourd Soup

(Tom Juet Ma Ra)

We highly recommend that you try this amazing soup called Tom Juet Ma Ra. It's made with Chinese bitter melon (gourd) that's stuffed with a delicious seasoned pork. The bitter gourd is slowly cooked in a lightly seasoned broth, with mushrooms and carrots. Many people say that after they eat bitter melon they feel so much better. It's something about the slightly bitter flavor of the gourds when combined with the delicious, almost bland broth. Please try it and let us know what you think.

Sliced Pork with Bamboo Shoots in Red Chili Sauce

Sliced Pork with Bamboo Shoots in Red Chili Sauce

(Pad Ped Moo Sai Naw Mai)

Try this recipe for Pad Ped. This version is made with sliced pork, but chicken breast or leg meat works out really well too. It's one of our most popular one-dish meals, and it's simply bursting with a rich, herbaceous, and almost medicinal flavor from a variety of exotic roots and herbs.

Pork Bone Soup with Daikon and Cabbage

Pork Bone Soup with Daikon and Cabbage

(Tom Jab Chai Kradook Moo)

Try this soup known as Tom Jab Chai Kradook Moo. It's made with big meaty pork leg bones and a generous quantity of our popular vegetable we call Pak Boong. We also add daikon radish, Chinese cabbage and mushrooms. This soup is not at all spicy. It has a rich, hearty and very delicious flavor.

Green Mango Salad with Shrimp

Green Mango Salad with Shrimp

(Yam Mamuang Goong Sod)

Then you're sure to enjoy this green mango salad with shrimp. The green mango has a sweet but also slightly sour flavor, and a texture that is crisp and crunchy. When shredded it makes a perfect salad ingredient. We blend the mango with green onion, shallots, cilantro, and toasted nuts. The dressing has perfect balance of sweet, sour, and salty flavors. The overall taste sensation you'll get when eating a green mango salad is one that is crisp and clean.

Vegetarian Stir-fried Eggplant with Sweet Basil

Vegetarian Stir-fried Eggplant with Sweet Basil

(Pad Makua Yao)

Try this vegetarian recipe for Thai-style eggplant with sweet basil. It is simple and quick to prepare, so it can be added as a memorable side-dish to your next dinner. It goes well with many different types of foods, or you can serve it for an excellent lunch. If you are watching what you eat, enjoy with a side of brown jasmine rice.