This is a recipe from my friend’s dad. It tasted a lot like a 'hot pot' dish I had at a Chinese friend’s house, so I made some changes to it to make it my own.
A spicy summer noodle salad.
A play on several Thai flavors combined in a new unique way. It features a strip of steak lying across a pile of peanut butter fried rice topped with a coconut lime cream sauce and surrounded by pineapple tempura.
An easy way to make a new type of pizza. Only 15 minutes in the oven.
Take your leftover turkey on a trip to Asia. This easy fried rice has a secret ingredient: chunky peanut butter, for peanut flavor and a little sweetness.
You've had this delicious dipping sauce at restaurants, now serve it at your cookout with grilled beef and chicken.
In the dead of winter, when fresh root vegetables abound, try this medley of roasted vegetables inspired by Thai satays.
This'll be one of the best things that's ever come off your grill: Tender steak flavored with lime and dipped in fresh peanut sauce.
Power up pork with this combo punch of spices. First, a cumin/paprika rub gives the pork great flavor. But that's not all...just before it's done, you create an easy ancho chile sauce to spoon over every bite.
The classic Thai appetizer can be the feature of your cookout with this easy recipe.
Crunchy fried chicken slathered in tasty peanut sauce. The flavors of Thailand meet the classic dish of the South in this surprisingly simple dinner.
An easy wok or skillet dish of peppers, onions, chicken and a peanut sauce, this is always a hit. Serve over rice.
A blend of fresh veggies, Thai spices and chicken strips, this healthy stir fry is perfect for a fast dinner.
With pork so tender and flavorful, you're gonna make this your house satay.
An easy seafood meal with a creamy Thai sauce. Why go to a restaurant which may or may not have TVs tuned to the ballgame when you can make this simple pasta dinner in just 30 minutes?
A savory Thai side for your cookout or picnic. Ready in just 20 minutes!
All noodle lovers (and that's pretty much all of us), try this Thai-style noodle dish with peanut sauce.