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Clams in Roasted Chili Sauce

Clams in Roasted Chili Sauce

(Hoy Lai Pad Prik Pao)

Try the Thailand-style stir fried clams we call Hoy Lai Pad Prik Pao. Cooked in a rich, but not too spicy-hot chili sauce, they are amazing, and the addition of a generous portion of fresh Thai basil and mild red chilies makes a beautiful plate of clams like no other.

Sweet and Sour Pork

Sweet and Sour Pork

(Moo Tod Preow Waan)

Try this Thailand version of the popular Chinese sweet and sour pork. While it has some things in common, like a thick and sweet sauce made with plum sauce, that may be where the similarities end. We take it up just a notch by adding a few Thai Long Chilies, which add a hint of spiciness and an herbaceous layer to the sauce. Try it, you'll like it.

Deep Fried Sun-Dried Pork

Deep Fried Sun-Dried Pork

(Moo Dad Deaw)

Try this recipe for Moo Dad Deaw, our semi-dried deep-fried pork snacks. They are one of Thailand's most popular appetizers, and this recipe shows you how easy it is to prepare them for your next dinner party or as a great snack for you alone in front of the TV.

Chicken with Lemongrass Sauce

Chicken with Lemongrass Sauce

(Pad Gai Da Krai)

Then try this delicious, authentic, and quite unusual dish made with juicy chunks of chicken breast in ground lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, and garlic.

Spicy Seafood Salad

Spicy Seafood Salad

(Plah Talay)

Then try this recipe for Thai spicy seafood salad. It's loaded with plump and juicy shrimp, soft and flavorful squid, crunchy and aromatic lemongrass, and an array of so many other wonderful favors that we run out of adjectives to describe them. It just takes about 15 minutes to whip this up, and you simply must try it.

Southern Thai Stewed Pork Belly

Southern Thai Stewed Pork Belly

(Moo Hong)

Known as Moo Hong, it is stewed pork belly made by braising chunks of pork in an herbaceous sweet paste made with garlic, coriander root, black peppercorn, and coconut sugar, then stewing it slowly in a gravy seasoned with dark soy, oyster sauce, and star anise.