It’s packed with green goodness hence the name Green Curry and smells & tastes incredibly aromatic. It’s normally quite hot (piquant) but based on your selection of green chilies you Read More >>
Stir-fries which originated in China, require a very hot wok with a small amount of oil. The heat seals in the flavours and the textures. In most cases, there’s no Read More >>
Although you can make the red curry paste yourself most people including the Thai will chose to buy it already made. Red curry is made from over 12 ingredients including Read More >>
You may have enjoyed a similar dish at your local Thai restaurant, now you can easily make it yourself at home.Make it from scratch or use a short cut sauce, Read More >>
Made with tamarind paste, palm sugar and fish sauce, this Pad Thai sauce is very easy to make and with few ingredients.
If you travel to Thailand, you will always see Pad Thai served as street food in local eateries. Pad Thai is made with tamarind pulp, palm sugar and fish sauce. Read More >>
Make this awesome curry paste from scratch then use to make the best curries ever. Freeze or refrigerate ready for use.
Make this awesome curry from scratch or use a shortcut sauce, either way you will enjoy the flavours of Thailand with Indian influences. This dish is made with slow cooked Read More >>
Indonesian food at its best with its intense and complex taste. Rendang curry is one of those recipes that’s enjoyed in Indonesia by the rich and the poor alike, even Read More >>
Thai Yellow curry has many uses and surprisingly quite underrated considering the beautiful flavours and aromas. Once you make this soup yourself, you’ll be surprised that it’s comparable to some Read More >>
Enjoy Nasi Goreng on its own or as part of a larger meal. Fried rice was originally created to avoid wasting leftover cooked rice. I believe its origins were from China Read More >>