Salmon fillets quickly marinated in Thai sweet chili sauce, soy sauce and ginger then broiled until caramelized on top.
This creamy, tangy curry from northern Thailand, is topped with pickled shallots and crispy noodles.
A rich and creamy chicken, coconut and lemongrass Thai dish that you can make ahead and freeze.
The flavours of Thailand in a fresh, light dish.
Light and healthy with a super flavour.
This dish got this name because the dipping sauce is suppose to be so spicy that it’ll make a tiger cry.
A Thai curry dish that is sweet and spicy.
Pad Kee Mow, or Drunkard's Noodles, is a popular Thai dish. It is my favourite when visiting any Thai restaurant. It is made differently by every cook. Make alterations to suit your own taste.
A Thai dish with Chinese origins, influenced by the Chinese who lived in Laos and Thailand. A stir-fried noodle dish traditionally uses broad flat rice noodles.
A fiery and fragrant Drunken Noodles Recipe that tastes like authentic Bangkok street-food. This simple Thai Pad Kee Mao is ready in 16 minutes from start to finish.
Shrimp is a good low-fat, high-protein substitute for meat and does not raise cholesterol.
Garlic Sriracha Noodles – easy and crazy delicious garlic noodles with Sriracha. Savoury, buttery with a hint of heat. Dinner is done in 15 minutes.
This dish is a popular Southern Style Thai dish. A good compliment for papaya salad.
A classic street food found all over Thailand.
The sweet, Asian flavours in this light dish make it ideal for a quick lunch.