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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.
A new twist on an old favourite-Thai style gravlax using the exciting flavours of cilantro, lemongrass, kaffir lime, corinader seed, etc. Make this now for the holidays! It gets better and better as it rests in your refrigerator.
Noodle Soup with Pork Meatballs
A lovely comforting Thai noodle soup with rich broth and flavour. Condiments adjust the flavour to your taste with or without heat.
Thai Fried Chicken with Cashewnuts
This quick and easy 20 minute meal of Stirfried Cashew Nut Chicken makes the perfect meal with steamed jasmine rice
Grilled Quail (Nok Gata)
This elegant but easy grilled quail dish is a full flavoured starter for a Thai meal or an impressive platter for a dinner party. We love serving this at Thanksgiving!
Cashew Chicken on a Bed of Spinach
This is one of the most delicious of all Thai dishes! The flavour and texture contrasts of chicken, cashews, and spices makes for a very satisying, but easy to make meal.
Princess Wings (Bpeek Kai Yat Sai Koong)
Princess Wings also called Bpeek Gai Yat Sai Koong or stuffed chicken wings are always a favourite appetizer or finger food for parties.
Papaya and Shrimp Salad
The contrasting flavours of hot, sweet, sour, salty, and textures of crunchy, soft and crisp make for a delightful introduction to a Thai meal or as a lunch entrée.
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