Stuffed Bitter Melon Tom Yum Soup
Bitter Melon, called ma-ra in Thai is considered a very healthy versatile vegetable. My recipe combines the familiar flavours of Tom Yum with a meat-shrimp stuffed bitter melon, strawmushroom served in Tom Yum Broth.
Bangkok Fisherman’s Soup
This is truly Royal Thai Cuisine! Fragrant broth bathes succulent fresh shellfish in this kicked-up Tom Kha soup. This is not a complicated recipe, just read through, and prep first for a quick and easy fragrant soup that will amaze your guests.
Chicken Galangal Coconut Soup
A bowl of tom kha gai brings together a fusion of flavours-creamy coconut milk laced with heat from Thai chiles accented with fragrant galangal, lemongrass and kaffir lime all caress the soft moist chunks of chicken.
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.
Chicken Soup with Rice Noodles
The word kaeng (pronounced 'gang') means two different things: one is a stew like dish,
Coconut Seafood Soup with Galanga (Dtom Kah Talay) [offsite link]
Rich coconut milk broth with wonderful seafood floating in this tasty soup make it a real favourite.
Coconut Soup with Quenelles
This is a sophisticated Thai Soup that is a delectable beginning to a Thai meal. You can make the stock ahead of time to cut actual cooking time.
Coconut Soup with Sugarcane Chicken Quennelles
This is an artistic and gourmet approach to the common Thai coconut soup-Tom Kha Gai. Chicken dumplings cooked around sugarcane which lends a lovely undernote of sweetness served over glass noodles in a fragrant lemongrass scented lobster broth.
Curried Crab Rice Noodle Soup
Aromatic yellow curry is the perfect counterpoint to fresh Dungeness crab. This exotic combination brings out the best flavours of both ingredients and provides a highlight as either an entree or an appetizer.
Fall Thai Bisque
Kabocha is a very popular vegetable in Thailand and is used in soups, curries, and even desserts. This makes for a light luncheon entree or a flavourful first course.
Fish and Pumpkin Coconut Milk Soup
This fragrant soup has a salty and peppery flavour. You can make it with a firm white fish or shellfish for a great starter or a light meal.
Ginger Chicken Soup with Jasmine Rice
Ginger Chicken Soup with Jasmine Rice is an easy and perfect meal for breakfast, late night dinner, and especially for ailing children or adults. The easy to digest soup with soothing ginger is a comforting light meal that is quick and easy to prepare.
Hot And Sour Fish Soup (Tom Yum Pla)
This is a wonderful hot-sour-salty fish soup that I learned to make in Issan, Northeast Thailand.
Hot and Sour Prawn Soup (Dtom yum Gkoong ) [offsite link]
Dtom yum Gkoong /Hot and Sour Prawn Soup is such a classic soup of Thailand that has gained tremendous popularity in US Thai restaurants.
Hot and Sour Shrimp Soup
Tom Yum Goong (Hot and Sour Shrimp) soup is the most popular of all the wonderful Thai Soups. You can make this easy and flavourful soup at home in 30 minutes.
Lemon Grass Coconut Soup (Tom Kha Gai)
Lemon grass scented coconut milk soup is the perfect beginning to a Thai meal.
Heirloom tomatoes are at the peak right now in our garden and in the Farmer's Markets. Perfect time to kick it up a notch with my "Thai´d up" approach to gazpacho or salsa. The marriage of the flavours is exciting and refreshing. ENJOY!
Mung Bean Noodle Soup (Gaeng juet woon sen) [offsite link]
This light soup is often used to cool the palate in an authentic Thai meal.
Mushroom Tom Yum
Mushroom Tom Yum is a wonderful fragrant and flavourful steaming broth that is perfect for a cold wintery night.
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.
Northern Thai Curry Noodles (Kao Soy)
Kao Soy is a very popular Northern Thailand dish. The creaminess of curry-coconut milk and chicken is so satisfying. It is truly comfort food. The soft noodles contrast with the crunch deep fried noodles on the top tomake an exciting meal.
Somlah Machou Mouan
Khmer Chicken Soup with Eggplant is a popular Cambodian soup that is often served in the border regions of Thailand/Cambodia.
Sour and Spicy Chicken Soup (Tom Yum Gai) [offsite link]
A wonderful chicken spicy and sour soup reminiscent of Tom Yum Gnoong.
Stuffed Bitter Melon Soup
Stuffed Bitter Melon Soup (Gang Jueat Mara Koom) is a wonderful easy to prepare healthy soup.
Stuffed Squid Soup with Napa Cabbage or Squash (Gkaeng Cheud Bplah Meuk Yad Sa) [offsite link]
This is a fabulous soup! Flavourful pork broth with stuffed squid is a meal in a bowl.
Suki-Yaki Thai Style
Thai Suki-Yaki is such a fun cook it yourself meal comprised of meats, seafood, vegetables, noodles all or of your choice.
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.
Thai Curry Kabocha Squash Bisque
This creamy fragrant bisque, a fall perfection, will delight the taste buds.
Thai Rice Soup
A steaming bowl of my rice soup is the perfect breakfast or late night supper.
Thai Style Won Ton in Tom Yum Broth
Familiar won tons with an upbeat Thai-Twist flavour of lemongrass, chiles, and Kaffir Lime is a family favourite.
My take on a Thai'd up gazpacho is the perfect fusion flavour for a summer first course.
Refreshing Summer Thai Gazpacho is the perfect start to a Thai meal.
Vegetable Stew (Tom Jabchai) Recipe
This tasty one pot meal is especally popular in the North of Thailand. This is a versatil stew or soup as you use what veggies are in season.
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