A spicy chicken and vegetable soup balancing many flavors, including complex citrus and more earthy tastes contrasted by spicy components. This is a very aromatic meal, and is especially good for opening up the sinuses of cold sufferers. This is loosely based on a few varied Thai soup recipes, and from my own tastes and desire to try new things. Since it is elementarily based from Thai recipes I decided to name it Phet gai soup: "Phet" means "spicy hot," and "Gai" means chicken in Thai.
A spicy summer noodle salad.
Turn up the heat on any chicken or pork dish with this easy, spicy sauce.
If you have some extra roast beef, consider this food experiment: Thai flavors inside the classic South American pastry shell, the empanada. An incredible sweet/spicy mix.
This soup is very popular in Northern Thailand and the recipe varies slightly depending on who's making it. Typical of Thai cooking! Steps 1 through 4 can be done well in advance. The soup will become tastier the longer it sits. Just reheat it and go to step 5. Serve with lots of Singha beer!
So spicy, it needs a month in a cupboard before it's ready to eat.
I've been really into Thai food lately. It's sweet and very spicy. Thai food is so fresh and clean, yet it can really have a kick! This is my first attempt at Thai food, so I tried to keep this dish healthy. I studied several Thai cookbooks and also ate out at Thai restaurants, I had my own little Thai food fling and I was ready! Please enjoy!
This is a flavorful combination of spicy/sweet flavors that represents a great flavor of Thai noodles with everyday ingredients.
A sweet, tangy and spicy Thai-inspired salad, served warm with with prawns, mango and cashews.