Chicken mince is used throughout Thai cooking though most famously in the salad known as larb and chicken meatball dishes.
Chicken mince (you can also use pork mince) is blended with garlic, ginger, coriander and lemongrass then grilled on skewers.
This Thai salad known as 'Mee Grob' uses pork, chicken and prawn mince to create a wonderful salad encompassing fried noodles.
Called 'ma hor' or 'galloping horses' in Thailand, this traditional appetiser serves spicy meat paste on pineapple. An amazing combination!
You don't see it at restaurants but capsicums stuffed with chicken mince and spices are a common Thai home dish. Easy to make and delicious too.
This is a Northern Thai chicken mince recipe with Chinese influences. It is simplicity itself to make as a side dish for a larger Thai feast.
A traditional Thai chicken salad is made with chicken mince but you can use any chicken you like, even leftovers from the roast.