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Garlic Chives with Sliced Chicken

Garlic Chives with Sliced Chicken

(Pad Dok Mai Gui Chai)

It combines wafer thin chicken breast, big pieces of crushed garlic, and crisp fresh flowering chives. The Chinese chives, known in Thailand as Dok Mai Gui Chai, can be combined with chicken, pork, or shrimp using this recipe, but are very flavorful when just cooked alone with garlic, fish sauce, and a little sugar for an authentic Thai taste.

Spicy Stir-fried Eggplant

Spicy Stir-fried Eggplant

(Pad Prik Pao Ma Ku)

Stir-fried in our spicy, earthy, and slightly sweet roasted chili sauce, this eggplant dish makes a nice one-dish meal or a great vegetable side dish when served with other foods as part of your authentic Thai dinner.

Fried Fish with Sweet Chili and Garlic Sauce

Fried Fish with Sweet Chili and Garlic Sauce

(Plah Tub Tim Rad Prik)

Then try this authentic Thailand style fried fish with delicious sweet and spicy chili sauce with lots of garlic. Known here as Plah Rad Prik, the recipe can be used with many different types of fish, including Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, or other types of perch. Here we used the Nile Talapia, a farm raised fish that is very popular in Thailand.

Steamed Sea Bass with Chili, Lime, and Garlic

Steamed Sea Bass with Chili, Lime, and Garlic

(Plah Kapong Neung Manao)

Steaming a whole fish like this can seem a little daunting, but once you have the steamer as one of your kitchen tools, the rest is really quite easy. Just steam the fish for about 7 - 8 minutes, depending on the size, then top with this delicious homemade salsa prepared with red chili, garlic, cilantro, and fresh lime juice.

Hat Yai Fried Chicken

Hat Yai Fried Chicken

(Gai Tod Hat Yai)

Try the recipe from Hat Yai in southern Thailand. Now sold by popular demand on nearly every street in Thailand, the fried chicken is made with a rich, dark crispy coating flavored with garlic, coriander root, black peppercorns, and dark sweet soy sauce. It is always served with a healthy topping of crispy fried shallots, and usually comes with sticky rice.

Dried Chilli Dipping Sauce

Dried Chilli Dipping Sauce

(Nam Jim Jeaw)

Traditionally used a a condiment for Gai Yang, our Thailand style barbecued chicken, Nam Jim Jeaw is a dipping sauce made with toasted and ground white rice, dried chilies, fresh lime juice, sugar, and fish sauce. It can be used to add a burst of authentic Thai flavor to any type of grilled meat.