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Burmese Roasted Eggplant Salad
This delightful Burmese salad is a complex combination of exciting flavours and textures. The fragrantce of the crispy garlic and fresh cilantro highlight the lovely flavour and texture of smokey roasted eggplants.
Thai’d Up General Tso's Chicken
General Tso's Chicken is a favourite of many and my Thai'd Up version is sure to please those enjoying more spice than sweet.
This delightful Thai mixed seafood salad is the perfect balance of hot-sweet-salty-sour of Thai cuisine. It is perfect as a first course for a Thai meal or as an entree for a lunch served with steaming bowls of Thai Hom Mali Jasmine rice.
Chicken and Squid Rice Noodles
Noodles are a very popular street food in Thailand. This easy to make at home noodle stirfry is sure to please young and old alike!
Thai Grilled Chicken in Lettuce Cups
Flavourful healthy grilled chicken is always a hit for family and friends.
Thai Grilled Steak in Lettuce Cups
Easy to make Thai grilled steak for those carnivore in your family! You can easy substitue chicken, pork, shrimp or even grilled veggies for lighter meals.
Curried Crab Rice Noodle Soup
Aromatic yellow curry is the perfect counterpoint to fresh Dungeness crab. This exotic combination brings out the best flavours of both ingredients and provides a highlight as either an entree or an appetizer.
Chicken Green Curry
Green curry is one of the most classic in Thai Cuisine and is from the Plains area of the Kingdom. Green curries are traditionally hot, but are tempered by the amount of chiles and curry paste used. I love using left over turkey instead of chicken in this recipe. (Perfect for leftover Thanksgivin
Fried Canapés with Pork Spread
This crunchy tasty appetizer is always a hit at a party. Easy to make ahead and fry just before serving to guests. This is an exciting appetizer for holiday get togethers.
Charcoal Grilled Beef with hot sweet sauce
Thai "yang" dishes are grilled over a barbecue usually using charcoal. A very familiar "yang" is Gai Yang or grilled flattened chicken on bamboo sticks which is sold along the road sides, especially in Isan the NE plateau of Thailand.
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