Thai Food Information
(Plah Gkung) Hot and Sour Prawn [offsite link]
This is one of my favourite Thai salads. I learned to make this from Kasma Loha-unchit and it has become a family favourite. Every time we serve it everyone loves it!
All Thai'd Up Broccolli Salad
Exciting Brocolli Salad can be served hot or cold.
Barbecued Pork Salad
My colourful tasty Thai Barbecued Pork Salad (Yam Mu) is the perfect dinner for a hot summer night for family and friends. Kids especially love the sweetness of barbecued pork and the garden fresh heirloom tomatoes.
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!
Burmese Roasted Eggplant Salad
This delightful Burmese salad is a complex combination of exciting flavours and textures. The fragrantce of the crispy garlic and fresh cilantro highlight the lovely flavour and texture of smokey roasted eggplants.
Crispy Catfish Salad - Yum Pla Dook Foo
One of my favourite Thai salads (Yum) is this wonderful Crispy Catfish with green mango recipe.
Crispy Fish Salad (Yam Pla Group Phrik)
This exciting flavourful salad is the perfect balance of hot-sour-salty-sweet plus the crunchy texture that goes so well with a cold beer on a hot day.
Curried Macaroni Salad with fresh Shrimp
This Thai influenced summer salad is wonderful with fresh sweet salad shrimp and the accent flavour pleaser of curry.
Grapefruit and Jicama Salad
This refreshing Vietnamese Salad has been given a Thai-twist for a lively palate pleaser.
Green Papaya Salad (Som Tam)
This very popular Thai salad is from Isan but popular in most Thai restaurants today everywhere.
Green Papaya Salad Phuket Style
In the south of Thailand chiles are used liberally and this Papaya Salad is no exception. I suggest you begin with a couple of chiles and add until you like the hotness of the salad. Remember to balance the hot-sweet-sour-salty taste!
Grilled Shrimp & Mango Salad
This refreshing and flavorful salad makes a perfect first course or as an entree for lunch.
Ground Duck Salad
Laab is an ancient Thai dish. You will find variations of this perhaps Chinese originated dish using chicken, pork, or other meats that are minced and dressed with chiles and lime. It seems to be the most popular in Northeast Thailand, Isaan and also in neighbouring Laos.
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.
Kaffir Lime Salad with Shrimp
Exciting Thai flavours of this salad are the perfect luncheon for a summer day. Sweet fresh shrimp provide a healthy protein and are the perfect summer choice.
Kasma´s Spicy Eggplant Salad [offsite link]
Laab Mu (Minced Pork Salad)
Laab Neua (beef Salad)
Laab Neua (beef) is not as common as Laab Gai (chicken)but has a far more depth of flavour.
Minced Chicken Salad (Larb Gai)
Exciting flavours of Isan! This minced chicken salad gets it´s special favour from the ground toasted rice. It is a favourite Thai Salad!
Minced Turkey Salad
A delightful and healthy alternative to traditional Pork Laab my turkey minced salad is perfect for a quick and tasty meal.
Nine Flavoured Salad Recipe
This Traditional Thai Salad is rarely found outside of Thailand.
Papaya and Shrimp Salad
The contrasting flavours of hot, sweet, sour, salty, and textures of crunchy, soft and crisp make for a delightful introduction to a Thai meal or as a lunch entrée.
Papaya Salad Isan Style (Som Tam Isan)
Papaya Salad is one of the most popular Thai dishes, and this Isan version is awesome!
Pomelo and Grilled Shrimp Salad
This is one of our favouite Thai salads. The combination of the grilled shrimp with pomelo, tomato, mint and peanuts dressed in lime juice has an amazing flavour. This salad is great as a lunch entree or first course for a Thai meal.
Pomelo Calamari Salad
This is a very refreshing salad that is perfect as a first course for a Thai meal for 4, or as a light lunch entree for 2.
Pork Salad (Mu Laab) is a very popular dish in the Northeast of Thailand called Isan. Thai salads are the hottest part of a Thai meal, but you can easily adjust the heat to your taste. This salad is perfect as an eat-out-hand lettuce wrap appetizer.
Pork, Chicken, Shrimp Salad (Yum Sam-Sahai)
A combination of pork, shrimp and chicken with lettuce, carrots and cabbage in a spicy chile-lime sauce. Garnished with ground cashews.
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 don’t ever finish eating a Thai meal shrugging, well that was OK.
Salad of Mixed Ingredients
This Thai salad is similar in concept to such dishes as yam nuea or yam mu (beef or pork salads). This salad is perfect for a special party, especially for a wedding. Many of the ingredients have special meanings of luck and wealth for a couple.
This delightful Thai mixed seafood salad is the perfect balance of hot-sweet-salty-sour of Thai cuisine. It is perfect as a first course for a Thai meal or as an entree for a lunch served with steaming bowls of Thai Hom Mali Jasmine rice.
Shrimp Salad (Pla Gkoong)
Shrimp Salad (Pla Gkoong)
This is a wonderful Thai version of "sushi" that is popular in Isan
(Northeast Thailand) where this dish is sometimes prepared with raw
shrimp, however this version uses blanched shrimp.
Shrimp with Green Papaya Salad
Shrimp with Green Papaya Salad and Thai Sweet-and-Sour Sauce is an amazing appetizer for 8 or as a starter course for 4. Make ahead and asemble just before your guests arrive.
Snow Pea Salad Recipe
This is a great healthy salad with lots of festive holiday color-perfect for a hot summer meal.
Som Dtam [offsite link]
Som Dtam/Green Papaya Salad is one of the most popular of all Thai salads. It is often eaten with sticky rice and cabbage wedges for lunch.
Thai Chicken Cakes with Noodle Salad
Easy to make minced Thai Chicken Cakes with Noodle Salad (Gai Tod Mee Yam)) served with a flavourful vermicelli noodle salad
Thai Chicken Salad (Laab)
Laab is a wonderful Issan Salad with the fresh flavours of mint, cilantro, lime juice, and spicy ground pork or chicken salad with chile pepper and fish sauce.
Thai Chicken Salad with Baby Ginger (Gai Yam King om)
A Thai take on the ever popular chicken salad taken a notch higher with the baby ginger and chiles.
Thai Cucumber Salad
Refreshing side salad, especially nice with sates or babecued chicken.
Thai Curry Shrimp Salad [offsite link]
A wonderfully seasoned array of mixed greens and shrimp.
Thai Duck Salad Recipe
Quick and easy tasty and healthyThai Smoked Duck Salad makes for the perfect meal for a hot Summer day.
Thai Salad Dressing
Easy tasty Thai salad dressing,
Thai-Style Chicken Salad
This will make a delightful light entree for lunch or as a starter course for dinner. The Honey-Lime Dressing will be one you will want to use for other salads as well.
Thai-Style Rice Noodle Salad [offsite link]
Winged Bean Salad
This is a special Thai summer salad as this is when the Winged Beans are in season.
Yam Yai Bangkok
This delightful salad has a complex balanced taste with varying textures. Perfection as an entree with the addition of noodles and or grilled seafood.
Yum Kai Yang Tao (Chicken salad) [offsite link]
This recipe for Yum Kai Yang Tao (Chicken salad)is from "Life in the Palace" written by Mom Luang Nuang Nillaruttana. It is a very popular dish in the seaside resort of Hua Hin.
Yum Tua Pu (Winged pea salad) [offsite link]
Yum Tua Pu (Winged pea salad)is such a favourite that I even grow these delightful ruffled peas/beans in my own garden.
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