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Cashew Chicken

Cashew Chicken

(Gai Pad Mamuang Himaphan)

Simply bursting with flavor, this Thailand style cashew chicken features big juicy chunks of chicken leg meat stir fried together with browned cashews nuts, garlic, onions, mild red and green chili, green onion, and mild sun-dried chilies all in a thick and sticky sauce.

Spicy Stir-fried Beef with Mixed Peppers

Spicy Stir-fried Beef with Mixed Peppers

(Neua Pad Prik On)

Soft and juicy beef steak slices and crispy fresh mixed peppers are combined in a delicious brown sauce in this typical Thailand-style stir fried dish. It can be made a variety mild peppers, including regular bell pepper or whatever type you have locally, for an equally pleasing result.

Stir-fried Eggplant with Chopped Pork

Stir-fried Eggplant with Chopped Pork

(Pad Makua Yao Moo Sap)

Pad Makua Yao Moo Sap is a delicious Thailand-style stir fried plate lunch combining lean ground pork, long green eggplant and sweet Thai basil. It is very easy to make when you follow our step-by-step video recipe.

Spicy Broccoli Beef

Spicy Broccoli Beef

(Pad Kana Neua)

Enjoy a Thailand twist on an old time Chinese food specialty with this spicy version of our broccoli with beef tenderloin. It has all the zip and flavor that you would expect from Thai food, and in this recipe we have served it with delicious and healthy whole grain jasmine rice.

Sweet Potato Balls

Sweet Potato Balls

(Khanom Kai Nok Krata)

Enjoy this popular street food snack from Thailand at home, wherever you are. Knomom Kai Nok Krata is a little deep fried ball made from a tasty dough with sweet potato, coconut sugar, cinnamon and tapioca.

Thai Style Fried Wonton

Thai Style Fried Wonton

(Geow Tod)

These Thailand-style fried wontons are flavored with lemongrass, kaffir lime leaf, coriander root, and garlic. We serve them with a sweet, sour and spicy sauces made with fresh lime, coconut sugar, hot chilies, and garlic.