Chicken Rice or Khao Man Gai is Thai food dish that is very popular among Thai people to eat for lunch and dinner. Learn how to cook chicken rice easily in your rice cooker.
If you have a little time but you want to make dipping sauce for chicken, we recommend you to try this chicken rice sauce recipe. It doesn’t have too strong taste of ginger and chili. But believe us, it's delicious.
Making yogurt can be easy, just follow these simple steps.
If you are looking for a quick and easy appetizer for your next party, give this bite-sized Pork Toast a try.
Rad Na is another popular street food dish in Thailand. Rad Na Sen-Mhee is thin rice noodles and vegetables topped with thick gravy. The meat can be pork, chicken or seafood. You can put some additional sugar, fish sauce, sliced chilies in white vinegar and ground dried chilies on the side when eating. This is our favorite all time noodle dish and the recipe is down below.
Looking for a quick and easy appetizer recipe? How about trying something new like this Enoki mushrooms wrapped in bacon! This delicious Thai appetizer is really simple and it tastes so good!
Rad Na Noodles is a popular street food dish in Thailand. Rad Na is flat rice noodles and vegetables topped with thick Thai gravy sauce. The meat can be pork, chicken or seafood. You can put some additional sugar, fish sauce, sliced chilies in white vinegar and ground dried chilies on the side when eating. Rad Na is our favorite all time noodle dish and the recipe is down below.
This 2-ingredient recipe is only requiring the pickled mustard green and egg. It’s simple and easy to make in 3 mins!
Garlic chives are edible flowers and stem leaves. They may not be familiar to westerners but easily found in local markets of Thailand. Thais like cooking garlic chives with stir-fry recipes.
Pickled lettuce soup with spare is easy and simple recipe to cook. This soup has a perfect flavor of saltiness and sourness from pickled mustard green. Chicken is well simmered with pork and pickled mustard greens. Enjoy alongside rice, if desired.
Mung Beans in Syrup is a delicious Thai dessert. It's a dessert that local Thais know since childhood. Mung beans contain high protein, fiber and antioxidants. Try to cook it with the recipe below which is made by only 2 main ingredients: mung bean and sugar.
Ivy Gourd is frequently grown along a fence. It's inexpensive and costs only 10 baht per pack. Ivy Gourd Leaves Soup has many nutritious and is suitable for all ages. It is a vegetable with high beta carotene and calcium. Ivy Gourd is a good source of vitamin A and flavonoids.
Khanom Alua is a traditional Thai dessert which is made of wheat flour, coconut milk and sugar. The word ‘Alua’ means ‘charming ’. This dessert is crispy outside but sticky and sweet inside. Khanom Alua is usually made in small colorful pieces, usually colored in green, pink, yellow and white.
Oysters are an excellent and healthy food. Deep Fried Oysters is another delicious seafood dish. Some people like to eat fresh raw oysters, but, if you don't like to eat them raw, give a try to these fried oysters instead.
This is a deep-fried tofu recipe. Your meal will be special with this soft egg tofu which is crispy on the outside and topped with savory gravy. If you cannot find egg tofu at your home, you can use the normal tofu too.
Thai sweet basil or Horapa (โหระพา) is one of many types of basil. The taste of horapa is stronger than holy basil which is called Kra Pao in Thai. Holy basil has a sweet fragrance, and Horapa has spicier aroma. Both types of basil can be cooked or served raw in similar styles. Thai basil is used in Eastern style cooking much more often. Today we will show you how we cook easy Thai sweet basil stir-fry.
Pad Kra Pao is a very popular dish for local Thais. When people don’t know what to order, they just order Kra Pao! This dish is quick and delicious. Pad means fried and Kra Pao is the Thai name of Holy basil that is one of the main ingredients. Some vendors like adding Yardlong beans to this dish too so we will teach you how to cook this dish like they do on the street.
Pad Kra Pao is a very popular Thai food dish between local people in Thailand. When people don’t know what to order, they just order Pad Kra Pao! This dish is quick and delicious. "Pad" means "fried" and "Kra Pao" is the Thai name of Holy basil that is one of the main ingredients. Pad Kra Pao can be cooked with chicken, pork, beef, seafood, tofu, or whatever you want. It is served with rice. You can order a fried egg (Khai Dao) on top too.
Banana chips are made from raw banana. You can use any kind of banana but the different banana will give a slightly different taste. You can make not only banana chips but taro chips or potatoes chips by using this recipe as well.