Enjoy this popular street food snack from Thailand at home, wherever you are. Knomom Kai Nok Krata is a little deep fried ball made from a tasty dough with sweet potato, coconut sugar, cinnamon and tapioca.
It's packed with a healthy and flavorful portion of mushrooms. You can use whatever you have locally, such as oyster, shitake, straw, etc. The broth is flavored with lemongrass, kaffir lime, galangal, and tamarind, so it has a very authentically Thai flavor.
Try this vegetarian recipe for Thai-style eggplant with sweet basil. It is simple and quick to prepare, so it can be added as a memorable side-dish to your next dinner. It goes well with many different types of foods, or you can serve it for an excellent lunch. If you are watching what you eat, enjoy with a side of brown jasmine rice.
This bright, fresh, crisp, and delicious condiment or dipping sauce is a must have when you are serving satays, but you'll also see it served as a condiment for other foods made with Thai yellow curry as the spice. Click here for the Thai Cucumber Relish recipe.
Learn 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.
Try 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.
Nam Jim or Nam Chim is Thai for Dipping Sauce. It's a generic term that can refer to many different kinds of dipping sauces in Thai cuisine. Most are a combination of spicy, salty, sweet, and sour flavors.