Jasmine lends its delicate flavour and aroma to jasmine rice and jasmine tea as well as other Asian recipes such as curries and stir fries.
Pilaf always begins with a grain – often rice. But the ingredients can vary: you can add dried fruit and sweet spices or vegetables and herbs. This version is bursting with flavour.
This iced tea is a standard base recipe that is not too sweet and very refreshing on a hot summer day! Asian loose leaf tea leaves give the best result. You can use any concentrated fruit flavouring (bottled or fresh-made), but I prefer lime juice with green tea and lemon juice with black tea.
My grandmother always makes this cake for Christmas. It is a lot lighter than the traditional Christmas fruitcakes. I like the flowery and the fruity flavour.
This is a simple to make Thai rice pudding that incorporates lychees and is served with coconut cream.
The best recipe for health without compromising taste!
This is a simple Thai dessert with homemade tapioca balls in a sweet coconut milk sauce that can be eaten hot or cold.
Taro cakes are a delicious Thai dessert. You should be able to find taro at Asian markets. Great as a snack or light dessert.
Sometimes it is worth covering the basics and so this is the instructions on how to make perfect Jasmine rice.
This Thai sweet is fun for kids to eat because they can peel off the individual layers as they enjoy it -- an interactive sweet!