Thai Recipes

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  • Chor Muang or Thai Steamed Dumpling is a refined royal Thai cuisine. It shows the uniqueness of Thai art and its tradition should be preserved. It can be enjoyed with a filling of pork, shrimp, or chicken stir-fried with coriander root, garlic and pepper.

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  • This recipe is so simple it only has 2 steps. Its simplicity relies on quality ingredients though. If you’re having trouble getting crab you can replace it with prawns.

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  • A fragrant Thai chicken and coconut soup.

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  • Grilled cuttlefish with Thai style sweet chilli sauce.

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  • My mum has made this for breakfast for as long as I can remember. I recently returned to my mum’s village near Ban Phong in Thailand and my Aunty made this for our homecoming breakfast. It’s special dish that always reminds me of my mum and her Thai heritage.

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  • I have many memories from my travels; one that always comes to mind is when I was walking down a little alley in Bangkok, Thailand.

    I saw this little old lady sitting on a milk crate, she had a curry cooking on a makeshift stove. Her family and kids were gathered around her eating, there were loads of locals waiting to buy a bowl of the curry. They were literally lining up around the block for something made by a little old lady sitting on a milk crate in a dirty alleyway.

    To me, it just had a really nice vibe and feel. All the locals coming together, everyone talking and laughing, I could see there was a real sense of community. I mean, at the end of the day it was just one lady cooking a curry but it’s still one of the clearest and simplest examples I have of food bringing people together.

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  • Traditional Thai fried rice and prawns

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