Chicken Coconut Soup
There’s nothing like a warm bowl of chicken soup to satisfy you. Chicken soup is a popular dish for treating the common cold and clearing those sinuses. Thai red curry paste is responsible for most of the flavor in this recipe. But it’s also responsible for providing you with a load of nutrients and healing benefits. Curry paste is made with a number of ingredients and spices that come with various medicinal properties.
Deep-Fried Fish Cake
The fish is first mashed and then mixed with chopped yardlong beans, fresh cilantro (including stalks), fish sauce, kaffir lime leaves, red curry paste, and an egg binding. This is deep fried and served with a sweet chilli dipping sauce. Thot man pla have become popular around the world.
Seafood Spicy Salad
This yummy dish boasts a playful mix of flavors: the natural sweetness of fresh seafood, the breezy notes of cilantro and mint, and the sharp accent of lime juice against a little sizzle of chile heat.
Thai Beef Spicy Salad
Grill beef over medium-high heat for 2-3 minutes on each side or until medium rare. Slice beef thinly, across the grain, into bite size pieces. Add lime juice, Thai chili, tomatoes, onion and mix well. Garnish with chopped cilantro leaves.
Sizzling selective choice of beef served with green bean, red bell pepper, green bell pepper and Kaffir lime leaves with special sauce on a hot plate.
Sizzling prawns, scallops, salmon, mussels and squid served with green bean, red bell pepper, green bell pepper and Kaffir lime leaves with special sauce on a hot plate.
Grilled Chicken Satay
Marinating the chicken with ginger, fish sauce, lime and lemongrass adds a big boost of flavor without fat. The peanut sauce gets madeover with some light coconut milk and reduced fat peanut butter. A crunchy slaw brings it all together.
Khao Man Gai (Thai Version of Hainanese Chicken and Rice)
Khao Man Gai, one of the most common street foods in Thailand is known as Hainanese chicken and rice. Overshadowed by the original dish and rarely included on the menus of most Thai restaurants in the West, ingredients include slices of juicy and tender capon meat served with fragrant rice cooked in rich broth and a unique piquant sauce of ginger, garlic, chillies, and soy sauce with Thai chile.
Chicken Curry Puff
It is a deep-fried pocket of pastry stuffed with savory ingredients, including spices and minced chicken with potato. Served with light vinegar cucumber sauce.
Thai Vermicelli with Spicy Shrimp and Coconut Curry
This ancient Thai cuisine is rare to find in most restaurants outside of Thailand due to its difficulty to properly prepare. Chopped shrimps mixed with shallots, garlic, galangal, coconut milk, roasted peanuts and chili paste served with Thai vermicelli.