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Rice Soup with Minced Pork

Rice Soup with Minced Pork

(Khao Tom Moo Sap)

Worawut's easy to follow recipe shows you how to make a delicious pot of Thai style soup. It's great for breakfast and on cold winter nights. Infused with the flavors of lemongrass, ginger, and coriander, the soothing broth can be a welcome change from spicy hot stir-fries.

Stir Fried Pork with Basil

Stir Fried Pork with Basil

(Pad Kaprow Moo Kai Dow)

Pad Kaprow is probably one of the most popular dishes in Thailand. It's a spicy stir fried dish made with chopped pork, basil, chilies, and garlic, and it's perfect for a one-dish meal over rice or as a side dish at a family style dinner.

Stir-fried Chinese Broccoli with Pork

Stir-fried Chinese Broccoli with Pork

(Pad Kana Moo)

Worawut's recipe for Pad Kan Moo is very easy to whip up as a great side dish or over rice for a delicious one-plate lunch.

Shrimp with Garlic and Sweet Peppers

Shrimp with Garlic and Sweet Peppers

(Pad Prik Yuak sai Goong)

Try this excellent Thai stir fry made with plump and juicy prawns, delicious sweet peppers, and garlic. Known as Pad Prik Yuak sai Goong (ผัดผริกหยวกใส่กุง) in Thailand, or 'Stir-fried Sweet Peppers with Shrimp', it is perfect for people who want to eat Thai foods but don't care for spicy stir-fries.

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.