Recipes Categories

Recent Recipes

Page1 of 4
0

It's Halloween and the perfect time of year to find pumpkins and various types of squash in your local supermarket. This year, instead of just carving a pumpkin why not create a delicious Thai meal fr...

3

In our experience red curry certainly seems to be less popular than green curry amongst British Thai restaurant diners and we believe this could be down to the misconception that a red curry is more t...

1

These Thai golden pouches, sometimes known as money bags, are simple to prepare and make an excellent starter, canape or Thai tapas dish. You can even experiment with your own fillings, consider ...

3

This year approximately sixty local chefs too part in the Association of Thai Businesses in the UK (ATBUK) Thai Cooking Course led by Ajarn Srisamorn.In each session one student was awarded "top marks...

0

The Samui Breeze is identical in colour to the Gulf of Thailand itself. Warm waters, white sandy beaches, beaming sun rays, it’s all this and more in a glass. The Samui Breeze will be available ...

1

Get in the mood for summer with a Phuket Fantasy. This cocktail users watermelon, coconut, Thai whiskey (rum) and vodka to create a refreshing and exotic mix to transport you back to hedonistic island...

2

We can't deny that the classic, very British medium-rare steak, served with chips, onion rings and a grilled tomato is a tasty way to enjoy beef but have you ever thought about spicing up your steak a...

0

Green curry is one of the most popular dishes on any Thai restaurant menu. Our recipe includes the ingredients for you to make your own curry paste. If you are short of time, or don't feel like going ...

1

This quicka and easy dish is ideal as a side as part of a Thai meal or even as a light lunch served with steamed rice. If you are vegetarian, or do not eat seafood, try substituting the prawns for tof...

3

This recipe for massaman curry with beef (gaeng massaman neau) has an almost stew-like feel to it which is great for winter. The longer and slower you can cook the meat, the more tender and succule...

First ‹ Prev 1 2 3 4 Next › Last