Kaffir Lime Leaves

    Kaffir lime leaves are used in Southeast Asian recipes, of which the most famous example is probably Thai chicken soup (tom ka gai).

    83 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    1 review

    This is an easy fishcake recipe using Thai flavourings that creates a wonderful snack and peanut sauce to dip them into.

    Recipe by: redwine

    1 review

    This is a beautiful chilli and lime sauce that partners well with any seafood. There is kaffir lime leaves in the sauce which brings a strong but delicate lime flavour.

    Recipe by: Toi

    15 reviews

    A lovely hot and sour soup with tiger prawns and flavoured with lemongrass, kaffir lime, fish sauce and lime juice.

    Recipe by: dakota kelly

    2 reviews

    I was taught this recipe by Aminah, my good friend Adi's mom, who is an excellent cook from Bali. This satay is so good!

    Recipe by: BOB1414

    2 reviews

    Use a mortar & pestle to pound herbs to release the flavours or use a food processor.

    Recipe by: thaicancook

    No reviews

    This is a common appetiser and most Thai restaurants and now a favourite in my house. Catfish is blended then combined with green beans, red curry paste and lime leaves before being deep fried.

    Recipe by: Wiley

    No reviews

    It's a popular dish you can find everywhere in Malaysia and Singapore. They are a variety of ways to fry the noodles and I am happy to share my own version of this recipe to you. Hopefully you will like it, who knows, you may well discover this is yum Malaysian food!

    Recipe by: chrisling

    1 review

    This a bulk recipe for green curry paste that is from central Thailand, it incorporates Indian spices of the South and the fresh herbs from the North.

    Recipe by: Wiley

    No reviews

    For when you want to make a serious Thai beef green curry. Delicious and spicy. Serve with jasmine rice.

    Recipe by: Wiley

    No reviews

    On hot days I cannot bare to turn the stove on so I go to the store and pick up a cold chicken and make this refreshing Thai salad for dinner.

    Recipe by: Wiley

    2 / 9

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