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Pork-Crab-Shrimp Thai Sausage
The wrapper on these pork-crab-shrimp sausage balls is made from bean curd. The sausage balls are made of a mixture of pork, shrimp and crab that is wrapped in the bean curd sheet and tied with string. The string is steamed, then cut and fried in olive oil.

Pork-Crab-Shrimp Thai Sausage
The wrapper on these pork-crab-shrimp sausage balls is made from bean curd. The sausage balls are made of a mixture of pork, shrimp and crab that is wrapped in the bean curd sheet and tied with string. The string is steamed, then cut and the sausage balls are then deep fried.

Pork-Shrimp Coconut-Rice CrÍpes
Thai Pork-Shrimp Coconut-Rice CrÍpes make a fabulous first course.

Prawn, Calamari, and Scallop Salad
Salads are always the hottest part of a Thai meal. Once you break into a sweat you know you are ready for an amazing intense attack on your flavor senses. Thai food is NEVER, never boring. You donít ever finish eating a Thai meal shrugging, well that was OK.

Preparing Shrimp and Prawn
Having the freshest tasting seafood is paramount in preparing Thai seafood recipes. A tip I learned over 25 years ago can make a seafood lover out of those who have only eaten frozen or not so fresh seafood.

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.

Pumpkin Chicken Yellow Curry
Wonderful yellow curry is the perfect dinner for cold nights - comfort meal for sure. Popular with children as well as adults.

Pumpkin & Pork Curry (Fak Thong Muu Krung Kaeng Phed)
This is one of my favourite Thai curries as the creaminess of pumpkin and rich spiceness of curry is such comfort food, perfect for a Fall or Winter dinner.

Quail Grilled (Nok Gata)
This elegant but easy and healthy grilled quail dish is a full flavoured starter for a Thai meal or an impressive platter for a dinner party.

Quenelles in Coconut Soup
Delectable Coconut soup bathes fluffy quenelles echoing a touch of France in Thailand.

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