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Fried Bananas (Gluay KhaegTod)
Fragrant sweet bananas coated with a coconut milk rice batter and sesame seeds which is deep fried, the perfect dessert to finish any meal.
Shrimp Paste Rice (khao krok kapi)
This popular fried rice dish is made with left-over cold rice and kapi (shrimp paste). There are several side dishes so each diner customizes the rice to their taste.
Sour Orange Curry of White Snapper and Vegetables
This healthy choice Thai curry is wonderful without the typical coconut of many Thai curries.
Stir Fried Pineapple Rice
This dish is especially popular during the nine day long Vegetarian Festival in Southern Thailand. This festival began in 1826 when a visiting dance troup from China became gravely ill. They were cured by eating only vegetarian foods for 9 days.
Vegetarian Stir Fried Pineapple Rice
This delightful vegetarian festive fried rice will please even your most desciminating guests
Chicken Rice Porridge (Gai Kao Tom)
In Thailand a popular breakfast is Gai Khao Tom which is know by the Chinese names of Jook or Congee. This rice porridge is a traditional Chinese comfort food, and is a favorite late-night snack, breakfast in a bowl and dim sum specialty all over Asia.
Mussels in Coconut Milk Lemon Grass Broth
Mussels in Coconut Milk Lemon Grass Broth is an impressive, but very easy dish to make. Fresh mussels kissed with lemon grass coconut milk broth make for a fragrant appetizer or entree. Yummy with steamed jasmine rice or crusty French Bread!
Thai-Style “Singaporean” Chile Crab
Thai-Style “Singaporean” Chile Crab is one of the most exciting flavours you will ever eat. Feel free to use your local crab to make this dish, but please use fresh crab! I am sure it would be divine using Maine Lobster!
Yum Woon Sen Gai (Bean Thread Chicken Salad)
This salad is healthy and full of wonderful Thai flavours. Bean threads are very low in carbs and calories!
Bean Thread Chicken Salad (Yum Woon Sen Gai )
Yum Woon Sen Gai (Noodles with Chicken Salad) is a wonderful and such an easy dish to make as an entree for lunch or as a first course of a Thai meal. Try it you will love it!
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