This is the quickest and easiest prawn red Thai curry recipe ever. Great for an casual dinner party, because it tastes great but hardly takes any time at all (especially if you buy your prawns already peeled). Serve with hot jasmine rice.
My vegetarian daughter-in-law gave me her recipe for a creamy and spicy vegetable and tofu curry. It's great.
For these delectable chilli-flavoured omelettes, the eggs are whisked with cornflour to give them a slightly firmer texture, suitable for folding around a colourful filling of stir-fried rice noodles and vegetables.
Typical Thai flavours, including chilli, lime and coconut, combine in this aromatic stir-fry of prawns, noodles and Asian vegetables. By using a curry paste, the preparation time is reduced.
This great-tasting, medium-hot curry is made with tofu—an exceptionally nutritious and low-fat ingredient that soaks up the fragrant flavour of the spice paste.
Tangy tamarind and lemongrass infuse a Thai-inspired sauce for tender strips of beef and fine rice noodles. With snow peas and baby corn adding all-important vegetable balance, this is a quick and easy dish that is a meal in itself.
A seriously good Thai dish of beef and noodles that isn't spicy at all. Every time I serve this I get requests for the recipe - and I never have any leftovers.
This is a great Pad Thai that can be adjusted to your taste, add ingredients that you like and make it as spicy or tart as you want. This is a recipe for those who like it HOT, if you can't handle the heat, go easy on the chilli.
Spicy Thai style garlic prawns. You could easily make this with chicken, pork, beef, calamari, scallops, or tofu as well. It’s a great meal for one.
My family loved ordering this dish at our local Thai restaurant, but then they closed down for some unknown reason (they were always busy). So I decided to recreate this traditional dish at home. My husband says it's just like the restaurant...maybe even better? Please note that some people like to eat the ginger, while others don't but like the flavour it gives. You can easily double this recipe to serve a larger group...plus it makes great leftovers.
This is actually a northern Thai dish with a definite Burmese influence. I first ate it in a Burmese restaurant in Melbourne. I asked for the recipe and of course I didn't get it so I experimented with some Thai recipes and came up with this. We really love this with steamed jasmine rice.
This is a great use for left over rice. It is a staple dish in the Thai diet. Adjust the spices to your own tastes.
Chicken stir-fired with chilli and basil and with coconut cream stirred in at the end. Use Thai basil if you can get it.
This is a very quick and simple way to have a Thai green curry in your house for dinner. The focus is on the sauce, you pick your meat and vegetables.
This is a simple red curry beef that is served on egg noodles and garnished with fried egg noodles on the top. A range of condiments are then provided for the eater to personalise the dish.
This is an easy and quick stir fry dish for the whole family using chicken and vegetables; I use carrot, mushrooms and Chinese greens but you can use whatever you have on hand.
This Thai salad known as 'Mee Grob' uses pork, chicken and prawn mince to create a wonderful salad encompassing fried noodles.
This is a great curry that although it has pork it is the snake beans that I really remember and look forward to.
This is a simple stir fry with two main ingredients, chicken and broccoli, the dish then comes together with fresh herbs and spices in a coconut milk sauce.
This is a simple but authentic Thai dish called 'kal pot'. It is fish sauce, egg and rice stirred into a pork, onion and tomato stir-fry. Add chopped chillies if you like heat.