Thai Lettuce Wraps (Larb Gai)
Recipe video above. This is a really authentic recipe for Thai Lettuce Wraps (Larb Gai). It is super fast to make, incredibly fresh but full of fragrance and a hit of spice.
Protein Packed Thai Pasta Salad - Countsofthenetherworld.com
Protein Packed Thai Pasta Salad is a 20 minutes healthy dinner recipe. It packs in over 18 g of protein and is packed with vegetables! This Protein Packed Thai Pasta Salad rich full of protein, it's make with garbanzo-bean . This grain-free gem of a noodle will include 14 g of protein to each bowl....Read More
Thai Spaghetti Salad
This yummy Spicy Thai Spaghetti Salad is an delicious twist on a potluck classic ~ quick to prepare using common ingredients, the Asian flavors in this colorful pasta salad really pop! This easy summer side salad recipe will be your go to for barbecues this season!
Tom Yum Goong (Thai Hot and Sour Soup)
Tom Yum Goong recipe for a Thai spicy hot and sour soup that's addictively comforting. This recipe includes shrimp, vegetables and glass noodles to make it into a heartier more filling soup that can be eaten as a meal as well.
Larb (Laap/Laab) Minced Meat Salad Recipe & Video - Seonkyoung Longest
Thai/Laos style mince pork salad recipe Larb! Sometimes it spells Larb, Laab, Laap...But only thing that they have common is, they are DELICIOUS!
Thai Peanut Sauce
Ridiculously easy thai peanut sauce recipe that's slightly spicy, made in the blender and doubles as a dressing. Add to stir-fry, noodles, salads and satay! Make it a little thicker and it's a perfect dip for spring rolls, or to top asian or vietnamese chicken noodle bowls. #peanut #sauce
Poached Salmon in Coconut Lime Sauce
Recipe video above. Poached Salmon in a coconut lime sauce that tastes like a Thai coconut curry - except it's super quick and easy to make! Even though the salmon is poached, it's well worth searing lightly to brown for the extra flavour on both the salmon and in the sauce.
Thai Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce
Recipe video above. Thai Chicken Satay Skewers are tasty enough to eat plain but we'd never skip Thai Peanut Sauce for dipping! The essential ingredient for a really great peanut sauce is natural peanut butter with no added sugar or oil. But normal peanut butter will work fine too.