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Spicy Grilled Squid with Pork Filling

Spicy Grilled Squid with Pork Filling

(Yam Blah Muek Yad Sai Moo)

Yam Blah Muek Yad Sai Moo is an outstanding dish, made by stuffing the body of little squids with ground pork that's seasoned with Thai herbs and spices. They are then grilled and sliced, making neat little 'squid sausages' to be eaten with wood sticks, along with a spicy, sweet, and salty relish that's just sooo good.

Fried Egg over Rice

Fried Egg over Rice

(Kai Dow)

Because everybody knows how to fry an egg, right? In Thailand we are very particular about our everyday foods, and Kai Dow is no exception. If you are ever lucky enough to fry an egg for a Thai friend, they will be happy that you learned these important tips.

Sweet Sticky Rice with Banana Filling

Sweet Sticky Rice with Banana Filling

(Khao Tom Mat)

This delicious Thai snack called Khao Tom Mut is made with coconut sweetened sticky rice and filled with banana. This modern recipe shows you how to make it into a beautiful and delicious dessert when served warm with vanilla ice cream.

Sticky Rice

Sticky Rice

(Khao Neow)

Well think again. This method using a medium-sized pot with a vegetable steamer produces a lovely and perfectly acceptable sticky rice. Use it when you want to try out some of our authentic Thai desserts that require sticky rice.

Mango with Sticky Rice

Mango with Sticky Rice

(Khao Neow Mamuang)

It's mango with sticky rice, and there is really nothing quite like it. Follow along with this easy video recipe that shows you how to make perfect sticky rice, sweeten it with coconut milk, and make a perfectly authentic Thailand coconut topping.

Spicy Sweet and Sour Relish for Seafood

Spicy Sweet and Sour Relish for Seafood

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Try this delicious spicy, sweet, and sour dipping sauce that we call Nam Jim Seafood. You'll appreciate how easy it is to whip some up. With just a few simple ingredients you can add an authentic Thai flavor to meats, fish, and snack foods.