Kaffir lime leaves are used in Southeast Asian recipes, of which the most famous example is probably Thai chicken soup (tom ka gai).
This is an easy fishcake recipe using Thai flavourings that creates a wonderful snack and peanut sauce to dip them into.
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.
A lovely hot and sour soup with tiger prawns and flavoured with lemongrass, kaffir lime, fish sauce and lime juice.
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!
Use a mortar & pestle to pound herbs to release the flavours or use a food processor.
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.
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!
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.
For when you want to make a serious Thai beef green curry. Delicious and spicy. Serve with jasmine rice.
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.