Thai chilli is both a style of chilli and a base for many recipes from Thai chilli soups to stir fries and noodles to rice dishes, there is a recipe for you.
A bit of a kick from Thai chilli sauce makes all the difference with chicken noodle soup. You can also use leftover cooked chicken which cuts down the prep time a bit.
Chicken stir-fired with chilli and basil and with coconut cream stirred in at the end. Use Thai basil if you can get it.
Your favourite cut of steak marinated in a mix of Thai chilli sauce, Thai fish sauce, sesame oil, freshly grated ginger and crushed garlic. Barbecued to perfection.
Serve this classic Thai sauce in a communal dish or individual dishes to be spooned on simple roasted or steamed seafood.
This is a great deep fried crispy fish that is served with a homemade chucnky Thai chilli sauce. You can use any fish but it is ideal for fresh water trout or anything from the snapper family.
Simple barbecue prawns need a great sauce and this one does not fail to deliver. It is available at all my back yard events.
This fried rice is very easy and tasty. Serve with Nam pla prik - a Thai chilli and fish sauce.
Pork is marinated for at least an hour, cooked on the barbecue, sliced then served with a Thai fish sauce based dressing containing chilli and garlic.
If you are looking for a homemade sauce for spring rolls to dip into this is a great choice. It combines garlic and chilling in a sweet sauce.
Sweet chilli sauce adds a delightful zing to the marinade that accompanies these chicken skewers. They make a tangy entree or light meal, and can also be cooked on a barbecue.