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Hot and Sour Vegetables (Phrik Som Phat Phak)
This an easy and very flavourful Thai vegetable side dish which is perfect with any Thai meal, or as a meal-in-a-bowl quick lunch.

Hot-Sweet Spicy Dipping Sauce (Nam Jeem Kai Yang)
This hot, sweet and spicy dipping sauce is excellent with barbecued chicken and deep fried snacks such as egg rolls or fried calamari.

Hunglay (Curry of North Thailand)
A fragrant and flavourful curry of Northwest Thailand influenced by Burmese and Indian spices.

Introduction to Thai Cooking
Thai cuisine is all about the balance of flavours-hot-sweet-salty-sour and sometimes bitter.

Isan Pork Salad
Yum Mu Isan is a spicy pork salad that is the perfect beginning to a traditional Thai meal. Isan salads are often the hottest part of a Thai meal, but youcan use fewer chiles to adjust to your palate.

Isan Style Massaman Curry Paste
Massaman Curry is a southern Thai dish and is most often made using beef, but it is also perfect with tofu, duck, chicken, lamb, etc. You will be amazed at how flavourful and easy this curry paste is to make. Make this curry paste ahead of time for quick easy meals any time.

Isan Style Sausages
I learned to make these Isan sausages called Sai Grog Tod from the Colonel I. F. K. Philpott and his lovely wife Muoi Khuntilanont in Korat (Ubon Ratchashima)in the mid 1990's. They have been a family favourite ever since.

Jackfruit Curry (Gaeng Kanun)
This is a traditional Karen Hill tribe recipe using local game, however I use Cornish Game Hens or pork. It is eaten fiendishly hot by the Karens but I have toned it down for Western palates.

Jungle Curry (Gaeng Pah)
Popular North Thailand Jungle curry can be made with frog or chicken. Frog is usually available at Asian markets.

Jungle Curry Paste (Kaeng Bha)
Jungle Curry Paste (Kaeng Bha)is a hot style of curry and is not toned down with the sweetness of coconut milk as is used in many Thai curries. This curry is very popular in the countryside.

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