Raw mangoes give this Thai Raw Mango Salad recipe freshness and just the right amount of tartness. Balanced in flavor with palm sugar, this easy sweet and sour salad can be found on the streets of Thailand and is the perfect accompaniment to any meal or delicious on its own. Bonus: Watch Anuja in Thailand enjoying the authentic Thai Salad which inspired us to make this at home. Ingredients: (All ingredients are to taste) Raw…"Thai Raw Mango Salad Recipe – Yam Mamuang"
Thai Cuisine is one of the most delicious and beautiful cuisines with depths of color and flavors. This Tom Kha Soup is always a favorite whether it is summer or winter. The balance of the sweetness from the palm sugar, the saltiness of the fish sauce (or soy sauce if you are vegetarian or vegan) and the spiciness from the thai chilies is just unbelievable with the soft and creamy and very subtle flavor of…"Thai Tom Kha Soup"
Larb (or Laab) is a Thai warm salad that can be made with ground chicken, beef, pork or turkey. Though we call it a salad with all of the freshness from lime, mint leaves and cilantro, Larb can be eaten with sticky rice or different vegetables such as cabbage. Try this Laab recipe as a side dish for your thai meal or as the main coarse…simply delicious! Prep Time: 10 mins Cook Time: 10 –…"Thai Larb Spicy Chicken Salad (Laab Gai)"
As we continue with our Thai Cuisine series, let’s explore the wonderfully balanced flavors of the Thai Green (Raw) Papaya Salad. This recipe calls for few ingredients and is super simple to make as a fresh accompaniment for your Thai meal."Thai Green Papaya Salad"
Spicy Thai Basil has such a wonderful flavor with abundance of freshness packed in it. This Thai dish has been our favorite at our local Thai Restaurant and it was one of the dishes that inspired us to do the whole Thai series as well. The color, the crunch and the flavor of in this dish is absolutely stunning. Prep Time: 20 min Cook Time: 20 min Serves: 4-6 Ingredients: Oil – 2 tbsp Extra…"Spicy Thai Basil – Thai Cuisine"