Soy sauce, oyster sauce, lime juice, garlic, ginger and basil provide a taste of Thailand.
Ginger, chillies, garlic and spring onions provide powerful anti-oxidant protection against chronic disease.
The fragrant flavours of Thailand – lemon grass and kaffir lime leaves – are combined with the tropical taste of coconut milk to give stir-fried fresh scallops an intriguing flavour.
Prawns are stir fried with vermicelli noodles, eggs, and a variety of spices and seasonings to create this delicious Thai meal.
This is a very easy Thai prawn dish that uses an easy marinade/sauce containing garlic, white pepper, fish sauce and soy sauce before stir frying.
This Thai street food classic of 'Pad Gra Prao' or stir fried pork with Thai basil is a quick and simple dinner that I always eat with a fried egg on top.
This is a simple stir fried chicken dish to make that features ginger. The salting and rinsing of the ginger ensures it is not too strong.
This common Thai vegetable side dish is known as 'Pad Pak Boong' I use it as part of a meal when my vegetarian friends come over and they love it.
This is a quick and easy side dish that uses garlic, soy sauce, fish sauce and palm sugar to flavour sautéed water spinach.
This is a super quick vegetable side dish that can be as spicy as you want, just adjust the amounts of chilli, fish sauce and black bean sauce to suit your tastes.
This is a great Thai crab dish known as 'Pu pad pong gari'. The crabs are quartered then cooked in a yellow curry sauce.
This is a great vegetarian main or side dish. The tofu is marinated in a soy sauce based marinade before being stir fried with cashew nuts, onion, garlic and chilli.