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Shrimp Curry (Phrik Goong Karee)
The sweetness of coconut milk tames the heat of this quick curry, but it remains a dish for fans of fiery food. You can of course reduce the heat by using fewer chiles.

Thai Lotus Wraps (Nor My Gai)
Thai Lotus Wraps (Nor My) is a very popular dim sum dish. It is made with a great Thai slant in Chinese-Thai restuarants and homes in Thailand. It is made by steaming lotus or banana leaves filled with sticky rice, Thai Sausages, spices, and vegetables.

Phad Radna Talay (Guay Treow Radna)
This Radna Talay recipe is an amazing flavourful dish that is quick and easy to make in your own kitchen.

Crispy Catfish Salad - Yum Pla Dook Foo
One of my favourite Thai salads (Yum) is this wonderful Crispy Catfish with green mango recipe.

Chile Paste (Nam Phrik Pao)
Nam Phrik Pao is a wonderful condiment and flavor booster for many dishes.

Amok - Khmer Seafood Curry
This is a very popular Khmer dish in Cambodia.

Amok - Steamed Khmer Curry
This wonderful steamed curry from Cambodia is very much like the Thai Haw Mok, but has a little different taste due to th tumeric, kaffir lime and galangal.

Sweet & Sour Chicken Soup (Kaeng Som Gai Wan)
Sweet & Sour Chicken Soup (Kaeng Som Gai Wan) is a variation of Kaeng Som Fish Soup which is very common in North East Thailand.

Spicy Mixed Veggie Soup with Shrimp
Flavourful, easy to make healthy Thai veggie and shrimp soup.

Roasted Chile Paste (Nam Phrik Pao)
Nam Phrik Pao is key to many Thai dishes and although prepared is available once you make your own you will never want to use the already made commercially available Nam Phrik Pao again.

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