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.
Follow this easy video demonstration and you can make this delicious and very traditional Thailand plate lunch with chicken, eggplant, and spicy red chili paste over rice.
Soft and juicy beef steak slices and crispy fresh mixed peppers are combined in a delicious brown sauce in this typical Thailand-style stir fried dish. It can be made a variety mild peppers, including regular bell pepper or whatever type you have locally, for an equally pleasing result.
Pad Makua Yao Moo Sap is a delicious Thailand-style stir fried plate lunch combining lean ground pork, long green eggplant and sweet Thai basil. It is very easy to make when you follow our step-by-step video recipe.
Whip up the traditional and very spicy flavor of this Thailand style stir-fried mushrooms with a few simple ingredients and under 10 minutes of your time, Serve it as a delicious one-dish meal with rice or as part of a complete meal with other foods.
Simply bursting with flavor, this Thailand style cashew chicken features big juicy chunks of chicken leg meat stir fried together with browned cashews nuts, garlic, onions, mild red and green chili, green onion, and mild sun-dried chilies all in a thick and sticky sauce.
Enjoy a Thailand twist on an old time Chinese food specialty with this spicy version of our broccoli with beef tenderloin. It has all the zip and flavor that you would expect from Thai food, and in this recipe we have served it with delicious and healthy whole grain jasmine rice.
Pad Prik Khing is a delicious Thai dish made with thin pork belly slices fried together with our strong red chili paste and green beans. It is a classic Thai dish that most people have never tried. You'll love it!
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.
This Thailand-style ginger chicken recipe features wafer-thin slices of chicken breast cooked with a healthy portion of fresh ginger, cloud ear fungus, green onion, and mild red chili, all in a delicious sauce flavored with fresh garlic and black pepper.
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.
Try this recipe for Pad Ped. This version is made with sliced pork, but chicken breast or leg meat works out really well too. It's one of our most popular one-dish meals, and it's simply bursting with a rich, herbaceous, and almost medicinal flavor from a variety of exotic roots and herbs.
Then try this delicious, authentic, and quite unusual dish made with juicy chunks of chicken breast in ground lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, and garlic.
Try this Goong Gratium, made with delicious, plump, and juicy prawns that are cooked in a flavorful sauce made with coriander root and garlic. It's easy to make at home when you watch our step-by-step recipe video.
Try the Thailand-style stir fried clams we call Hoy Lai Pad Prik Pao. Cooked in a rich, but not too spicy-hot chili sauce, they are amazing, and the addition of a generous portion of fresh Thai basil and mild red chilies makes a beautiful plate of clams like no other.
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.