There are a large number of Thai meals that are stir fried, some recipes include pad thai, stir fried rice and stir fried noodles.
This is a super easy curry with only 5 ingredients that takes no time to make, especially if you buy prawns already peeled. Serve with rice.
This is delicious and easy to make-chicken with garlic, chilli and basil cooked in a coconut milk based sauce. Make it as spicy as you like or keep it mild.
Although called a salad there is no salad involved. This is a version of a traditional Thai chicken mince dish called larb and is nice served in lettuce leaves.
Now you can enjoy this favourite Thai dish of stir-fried noodles in your own home. There are a lot of ingredients but it is worth the effort!
A great Thai dish of chicken cooked with garlic, chilli, mushrooms and Thai basil. Serve with steamed rice.
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 dish can be made with any meat instead of tofu if you are not vegetarian. Adjust the Pad Thai sauce ingredients to your personal taste.
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 an easy recipe to make a homemade version of the Thai restaurant stable peanut chicken, also sometimes known as satay chicken.
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.