Green Chicken Curry

Thai green chicken curries are easy and delicious, perfect for a quick lunch or dinner. This recipe is for one person. See how to make green curry paste.

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Green Papaya Salad

If you visit Thailand on the streets of Bangkok, food vendors pound together this combination of green papaya, chillies, fish sauce and lime. Make this salad as tradition dictates with a large mortar and pestle to create the unique flavours of Thailand. More  Green Curry  and  Red Curry...

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Thai Squid Salad

This Thai Squid salad is full of flavour. You can replace the squid with prawn, chicken or other meats. Please see  Green Curry  and  Red Curry  Making.

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Thai Dipping and Dressing

If you making a BBQ or a salad, this dipping and dressing sauce is for you to make. 

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Red Chilli Paste

This curry paste will help you make Thai Red Curry, with a unique blend of red chillies, galangal, kaffir lime leaf and coconut.

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Green Curry Paste

Green curry paste is must have in many Thai kitchen and it is very versatile and can be used in soups, curries stir-fries and marinades. It goes particularly well with chicken and seafood however you can use it for other dishes as well.

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Bo La Lot - Beef in betel leaf

Fragrantly seasoned grilled beef wrapped up in wild betel leaf (lá lốt) are one of the favourite Vietnamese street food. You can replace the beef with salmon cut into finger size.

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Chè Chuối – Banana Pudding

This cheap and cheerful dessert can be done anytime at home. Just like when you eat plain bananas, ripeness is everything. Too green and it’s starchy and astringent, too ripe and it’s mush. Tapioca pearls are made from cassava root starch–a root you’ll often find in other...

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Chả giò - Spring rolls

It's really easy to make restaurant-quality spring rolls at home. This little spring rolls can be frozen and cook straight from frozen in the oven or better at home to shallow fry them!

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