It's a real treat! normally served warm from the bowl as a main dish with steamed rice, this recipe is served on a plate cold, as an appetizer, with a delicious and slightly spicy tomato and mint salsa.
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.
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.
This easy to follow recipe shows you the best techniques for making your satay taste and look the way they do in Thailand. Prepare these delicious pork or chicken satays and serve with either peanut sauce, cucumber relish, or both.
Worawut'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.