No need to know the past. Today, Tan is Hotel Chef and managing her own Thai Cooking website that she is so proud to be.
Authentic thai cuisine, Asian, European and fusion...
This Stir Fried Tamarind Shrimp or Thai called "Goong Pad Nam Makham Piek" this is sweet and sour recipe, you can enjoy whole family.
Wing Bean Salad (yum tua pu) is a central Thai dish featuring “wing beans” which are blanched and tossed with coconut milk, roasted chili paste, toasted coconut, tamarind, palm sugar and peanuts. If you can’t get wing beans where you are, they can be substituted with green beans or snap peas.
Crispy Catfish Green Mango Salad In Thai language called "Yum Pla Dook Foo" Popular in Thailand, yum pla dook foo is a salad appetizer, but is meaty enough to be a main course. It plays all the core flavors of Thai food against one another; sweet, sour, salty, nutty and spicy hot. This dish is far from the famous Thai curries and is very very Thai. Discover how to make Catfish Green Mango Salad using our easy to make Catfish Green ... It takes a few minutes to brown all the pieces to be very crispy
Steamed squid with lime sauce in Thai called "Pla Meuk Neung Ma-Nao" (Pla Meuk = Squid, Neung = Steam, Ma-Nao = Lime) This delicious squid preparation is an excellent fresh and healthy side dish to dinner. Use fresh squid for the best texture and flavor.
Seafood salad or Thai called "Yam Thale" Every bite of this seafood salad offers a taste-explosion of Thai flavors! At the same time, the dressing never overpowers the fresh taste of the seafood, but rather brings out all of its natural succulence. While nearly every nation bordering an ocean has its own type of seafood salad, you'll definitely find this Thai version to be one of the best! Makes a great appetizer, side dish, or even a main course.
Thai Mango Sweet Sticky Rice Dessert smelling mango sweet. Know as a “Khao Niaow Ma Muang” is an absolute must try! This easy Thai dessert starts with Thai sweet rice (also called sticky rice) which is surrounded by coconut milk, then topped with slices of fresh mango. If you like mangos, you're going to love this very simple but tropical dessert. Mmmmm!
This custard is spectacular to look at, and wonderful to eat. Makes a great Halloween or Thanksgiving dessert recipe, and a nice alternative to pumpkin pie. Don't be put off by the long baking time - it's actually a really easy recipe to make! A small pumpkin (or pumpkin-like squash) is filled with an easy Thai custard (a healthier and lower calorie version than traditional custard). Serve warm with a splash of maple syrup or brandy and a cup of strong tea or coffee, and ENJOY!
Pad Thai is often called the signature dish of Thai cuisine. There are several regional variations, indeed it has been said that Thailand has not only a different curry for every day of the year, but also a different pad Thai for every cook in Thailand! For a very simple, fast, easy-to-prepare Pad Thai, please click here for an instant version--you can start with that and add more ingredients to change the flavor as well.
This refreshing salad combines three nutrient-rich ingredients: sweet pomelos (for potassium and vitamin C), smoked salmon (a source of omega-3 fatty acids) and chiles (full of beta-carotene). And in Thai called “Yam Som-O”
This dish originates in Vietnam and the dipping sauces vary from region to region. Most likely the sauce that you would easily find in your country is plum sauce which comes bottled and ready made. Should the plum sauce be too sweet and not spicy enough simply warm it up and add a little vinegar with chopped hot chili peppers.
This recipe is Thailand’s famous yam naue yang, grilled beef salad. This is a better starter or light main course. The combination of flavors-fiery chiles, fragrant mint, ginger, and garlic-is explosive . . . and addictive. As in other recipes, I offer a range of chiles: one for you for the tender of tongue and 3 for me and more for another. This salad is topped with roasted rice powder.
Another style of green curry called " Kaeng Khiao Wan Naue" you can use beef, chicken, pork etc. And we will called follow by meat we use for this cook such as "Kaeng Khiao Wan Kai (chicken)","Kaeng Khiao Wan Mu (pork)", Kaeng Khiao Wan Naue (beef) etc.
Baked Pork Ribs with Pineapple or “Gradook Mou Op Sapparod” in Thai. This Thai ribs recipe creates very tender ribs that are tangy-sticky good! They're easily made in your oven, so there's no messy parboiling involved - just stir together the marinade with the ribs and let them bake slow and long (the secret to tender ribs!). which makes these ribs taste simply divine. Great for everyday eating, and also makes a terrific party food. Enjoy!