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.
Tom Zap Leng or Leng Zap is a trendy and delicious Thai Pork Rib Soup. This spicy and sour flavor soup with soft meat that melts in the mouth makes it a favorite food for many tourists and you can find Tom Zap Leng in most of largest night markets in Thailand.
Guay Jab noodle soup is made with rolled rice noodle in five spice pork broth. The main ingredients of this Thai noodle soup are crispy pork belly pieces, pork offal, tofu and eggs. Learn how to cook Guay Jab - Rolled Noodles in Brown Pork Soup with this recipe.
Boiled chicken with delicious fish sauce is a very popular home-cooked dish in Thailand. It is easy to make and you don't need the whole chicken. The most important thing is it tastes great. Learn how to cook Boiled Chicken in Fish Sauce - Gai Tom Nam Pla (ไก่ต้มน้ำปลา).
In Thailand, seafood always comes with Seafood dipping sauce - Nam Jim Seafood. It is a perfect sauce for your favorite seafood dishes including fish, shrimps, prawn, crabs, oysters and others. The flavor of seafood sauce is a little sour, salty, sweet and very spicy. Learn how to make seafood sauce by yourself.
Suki Hot Pot is a favorite dish in Thailand to eat together with your family or close friends. It is a real warm family dish for both adults and children. If you want to eat hot pot, you can just buy vegetables and meat from the market, and then dip in Sukiyaki sauce. Check how to make Suki Dipping Sauce (Nam Jim Suki).
Thai Fried Bananas or Kluay Tod is a traditional Thai dessert and popular snack in Thailand that is essentially made from ripe bananas dipped in flour, then deep fried to make it crispy. These fried bananas are slightly sweet, but crunchy and delicious.
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.
This 2-ingredient recipe is only requiring the pickled mustard green and egg. It’s simple and easy to make in 3 mins!
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.
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.
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.
When ordering noodles in Thailand, you will be asked what kind of noodles do you want – this one is called “Sen Yai” (th: ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเส้นใหญ่) – Thai wide rice noodles. Give this recipe a try using only your microwave today!
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.
Fried pork belly with salt is a popular Thai dish to cook at home. Salty pork belly is fried to a crunchy golden brown that makes it flavorful and addictive.
Khai Jeaw is a simple and popular Thai dish. It is super easy egg recipe that everybody can cook. This omelet includes Thai-style scrambled eggs, flavored with seasoned minced pork and fish sauce.
Kaeng Som (th:แกงส้ม) is one of the most famous Thai food dishes for locals for eating at home. It is a traditional hot and sour curry soup of a bright orange color. “Kaeng” means curry and “Som” means sour or orange. Sometimes it’s called “Kaeng Lueang” (th:แกงเหลือง) meaning "Yellow Curry". The flavor comes from the saltiness of the shrimp paste and fish sauce, the predominantly sourness of tamarind or lemon juice, a little sweetness of sugar and the heat of curry. Southern style Kaeng Som has a much stronger taste than one of the Central region.
Pumpkin in Syrup is typical Thai Dessert that can easily be cooked. Pumpkin and sugar are the main ingredients. That’s make this dessert really sweet. You can adjust the amount of sugar according to your preference.
Fak Thong Pad Khai – delicious stir-fried recipe with pumpkin and the meat of your choice. This amazing dish is super easy to cook at home. It is very good when eaten with jasmine rice.