Pad Thai is one of Thailand's most popular and well known dishes. It's made by pan frying thin flat rice noodles with a unique sweet and sour sauce flavored with tamarind, lime, sugar, and other seasonings, along with shrimp, egg, tofu, peanuts, bean sprouts, and a wide variety of other possible ingredients.
Pad Kraprow Mama is a Thailand style pan fried noodle dish made with ramen soup noodles, a delicious chili and garlic sauce, and a healthy portion of basil leaves. We serve is as a one dish meal, but it also makes a nice side dish with other Thai foods.
Use this easy to follow recipe and home cooking method to make the perfect plate of shrimp fried rice, Thailand style. We used delicious whole grain brown Thai Jasmine rice, a selection of plump and juicy prawns, and serve it with cucumber, green onion, and cherry tomatoes of the side for a complete meal.
This delicious and easy to prepare Thai stir fry has a light but flavorful sauce. You can substitute the vegetables used to create your own unique dish. We've used broccoli, cauliflower, and kale for an equally tasty result. For a vegetarian version, use cubed tofu instead of the shrimp, and season with Thai soy sauce.
We start by marinating the calamari in fresh lime juice that softens it and mellows any fishy flavors. After steaming, all you'll taste is delicious calamari that you could eat all by itself it's so good. But when topped with this Thai seafood sauce made with loads of fresh garlic, cilantro, hot chilies, fresh lime juice, and coconut sugar, you have add a whole different dimension of authentic Thai flavor to an old favorite.
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.
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.
Then you're sure to enjoy this green mango salad with shrimp. The green mango has a sweet but also slightly sour flavor, and a texture that is crisp and crunchy. When shredded it makes a perfect salad ingredient. We blend the mango with green onion, shallots, cilantro, and toasted nuts. The dressing has perfect balance of sweet, sour, and salty flavors. The overall taste sensation you'll get when eating a green mango salad is one that is crisp and clean.