Category Archives: Cooking

Pad Thai

When most people think of Thai food, Pad Thai would be listed in the top 10. Its a very easy choice though, and personally, I don’t really think its as good as some of the other Thai dishes available. Sure, its got those crunchy mung beans, the soft rice noodles and the sweet lime juice, […]

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Pad Krapow Moo

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Satay Gai

Everybody loves Satay, especially our mate Seb. He actually consumed a bowl of the sauce when I made this recently hah! Make the sauce and store it in the fridge for a tasty sauce for a chicken burger or wrap and the marinade is really good for bbq’d squid as it makes it really tender. […]

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Laab Moo

I <3 Laab Laab is probably one of my most favourite of all dishes from Thailand. I have eaten it in so many different places and really love the earthy yummy flavour and especially so when it is super spicy!  Its delicious with some sticky rice and cucumber slices and I have even seen it […]

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Tom Yum Gai

Tom Yum is one of those typical thai dishes that I think scares off many people. Its translation means “spicy sour soup” but it can be as hot or as sour as you like. It is very very easy to make – easier than other soups like pumpkin or potato and leek I would say! […]

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Yum Woo Sen

The Thai glass noodle salad is soooo tasty and there are so many variations you can make on this. In Chiang Mai they often make this with black egg, thai sausage and a combination of pork mince and seafood but for this recipe I have just made it with squid which is a great texture […]

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Gway Tiao Moo Nam (Pork Noodle Soup)

Noodle soups are a very common dish that is eaten in Thailand for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you buy them for about 30 baht ($1AUD) from any road stall and they are incredible. Basically, its made up of a simple chicken stock with some additives and you season it with fish sauce, chilli, vinegar […]

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Noodle Fritters

I posted a pic of these on facebook and they got a great response on the pics alone! So here is the recipe. Super easy, not the healthiest but oh so tasty Ingredients 1/2 cup of chicken breast or thigh meat 1 dry cake of instant noodles 2 tbsp of oil ½ onion 3 garlic […]

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Yum Neua – Thai Beef Salad

Thai Beef Salad

Yum Neua – Tasty Tasty Beef Thai translation – Yum = Spicy Salad; Neua = Beef This is one of Mick’s favourite dishes – it combines beef with salad and spice. Perfect! The only thing that could make this better for him would be if it somehow included beer too. Its a super easy dish […]

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Tom Kha Gai

Tom Kha Gai is a really delicious coconut soup that is really popular with those testing the waters of thai cooking. It is mild, flavoursome and uper easy to cook too!  There are a few variations on it, but this one is really wasy to follow. Galangal must be used in this dish or else […]

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