Easy Asian Recipes
This egg cooking technique will have you making it for lunch over and over again because it's SO easy, and SO fast, and SO delicious. Medium-cooked "marbled" eggs over hot jasmine rice, and drizzled with a Thai spicy fish sauce "prik nam pla". You can add toppings such as meats, shrimp or sauteed veggies. Gluten free, or sub soy sauce for the fish sauce to make it vegetarian.
There may not be any traditional Thai Christmas recipes, but there are certainly many ways to use your leftovers in traditional Thai dishes. Here are 4 of my favourite ways that are quick and easy (we don't want more work after the big feast, right?!), and so delicious it might make you wonder why you didn't just do this for the dinner to begin with!
Thai Sweet Chili Sauce for your Appetizers! Dip your chicken wings, pork chops or your Thanksgiving Air Fryer Food! This red sweet and sour chili sauce glistening in bottles is one part of Thai cuisine that has permeated just about every grocery store in North America! Check out more Thanksgiving Recipe Video on my Youtube Channel - Pai's Kitchen! | How to make Sweet Chili Sauce | Sweet Chili Uses | Sweet Chili Sauce Videos | Sweet Chili Sauce Ideas| Authentic Thai Recipe
The ultimate love child of street food and comfort food. If you like pho, this is very close to it but with Thai flavours! Well balanced flavours with lots of textures going on...topped with crispy garlic...this ain't your mama's chicken noodle soup! This is probably the easiest noodle soup you could make at home, especially once you've mastered the art of Thai style chicken stock
If you've never had this, it may not sound super appetizing. But trust me, with the addition of dried shrimp, scallops, Chinese sausage and shiitake mushrooms, this is one of the most umami-filled comfort foods. There's a reason why it's a classic!
I decided to make a Thai taco with what I was able to find because I wanted to show you that can enjoy REAL Thai flavours by integrating Thai ingredients into dishes you're already familiar with. Making a full-on traditional dish is great, but it's certainly not necessary if you just want to enjoy the flavours of Thai food that you love. The key is in using real Thai ingredients!
This is such an addictive appetizer! Tender, juicy fried chicken tossed in the "dust" which is toasted rice and Thai herbs ground up into this magical powder! If you've had laab before, you know how much toasted rice powder can transform a dish, now imagine it around fried chicken! Served with a classic "jeaw" dipping sauce, it's the perfect finger food to have with a cold fizzy bevvy!
A classic comforting street food you can find in Thailand. Perfect for cold days, but also great in the summer cuz let's face it, it's summer everyday in Thailand and if we can enjoy it, you can too! Super easy to make, and you can make the wontons in advance!