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Kaeng Massaman Gai
Wonderful, tasty, fragrant, easy to make Thai Massaman Chicken Curry recipe is sure to please family and friends.
Thai Rice Noodles with Beef and Soy Sauce
Phat Si Io is a Chinese-influenced stir fried rice noodle dish that is commonly eaten as street food in Laos and Thailand. It is also quite popular in Laotian and Thai restaurants around the world.
Ginger Chicken Soup with Jasmine Rice
Ginger Chicken Soup with Jasmine Rice is an easy and perfect meal for breakfast, late night dinner, and especially for ailing children or adults. The easy to digest soup with soothing ginger is a comforting light meal that is quick and easy to prepare.
Pad Khee Mao for 2
A favourite late night snack with Thais also makes the perfect meal for two. Rice noodles can be purchased fresh or as dry in packages for an easy quick meal.
Dan Dan Thai Mie
Noodles Fantastic from Thai Street Food. When you think of a fantastic combination of noodles, ground pork and a surprisingly wonderful mix of exotic flavors, this is THE dish. This is an easy and quick awesome recipe to please both famly and friends.
Thai Red Curry with Duck & Pineapple
This Thai Red Curry with Duck and Pineapple is a delight and so easy to make. You can even buy an already roasted duck in a Chinese market. I prefer using Extra Dry Duck which is usually flattened and much more duck fat has been rendered off and it is very crisp.
Somlah Machou Mouan
Khmer Chicken Soup with Eggplant is a popular Cambodian soup that is often served in the border regions of Thailand/Cambodia.
Khmer Chicken Soup with Eggplant
A delightful rustic Kymer Chicken Soup that is quick and easy to make. This soup puts a new twist on "chicken"soup and is perfect for a cold winter night.
Nam Jin Sauce
One of the most popular dipping sauces in Thailand is Nam Jin. It is also used as a salad dressing as well as a meat or chicken dipping sauce.
Wan Trut Chin-Happy New Year
February 3, 2011 begins the Year of the Rabbit for Chinese all over the world. Thai Chinese New Year's Day is called "Wan Trut Chin" in Thai.
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