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Spicy Pork Steak Salad

Authentic Thai recipe for Spicy Pork Steak SaladMo Yang Nam Tok is a Thai meat salad made with grilled pork loin steak that has been thinly sliced. The Steak is heated with a little water, seasonings, ground rice, and herbs to make a thick salad dressing. We mix in a whole lot of fresh mint, cilantro, shallots and green onion to make a delicious salad.


Vegetarian Roasted Chili Sauce

Authentic Thai recipe for Vegetarian Roasted Chili SauceTry Khun Worawut's recipe! It has the amazing array of sweet, spicy, and smokey flavors that you would expect to find in a Thai roasted chili sauce, without a bit of anything non vegetarian. Try it, You'll love it.


Vegetarian Tom Yum

Authentic Thai recipe for Vegetarian Tom YumLearn to make this delicious vegetarian alternative to traditional Thai Tom Yum, a spicy and sour soup with lots of flavor and absolutely no animal products.


Thai Fried Rice with Pork and Basil

Authentic Thai recipe for Thai Fried Rice with Pork and BasilEven if you are normally not a fan of fried rice, you should give Worawut's recipe for Thai-style fried rice a try. The main difference between Thai fried rice and Chinese (American) fried rice is that we usually use a little Thai hot chili to spice it up.


Spicy and Salty Fried Chicken Wings

Authentic Thai recipe for Spicy and Salty Fried Chicken WingsWorawut's Thailand style fried chicken have an amazing blend of flavors and aromas from fresh lemongrass, galagal, kaffir lime, and dry roasted cumin, coriander, and peppercorns. They are very easy to make up in advance, making them an easy party food.


Sweet Peanut Sauce for Satays

Authentic Thai recipe for Sweet Peanut Sauce for SataysThis homemade Thai peanut dipping sauce is made with red curry paste, so it has an amazing array of flavors from fresh lemongrass, galagal, kaffir lime, and dry roasted cumin, coriander, and peppercorns, and more.


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