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Thai Style Chinese Crullers / Mini Fried Donut (Pa Tong Go)

These are small deep fried pieces of dough that are a bit like a cross between donuts and bread. They pair really well with soya milk, condensed milk or pandan dip. The donuts are very savoury so I think they would be great with anything sweet! The recipe is quite simple to make, but you do need to let the …

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Thai 3 Flavor Chicken Wings

These chicken wings make for a great snack or party food. They are first coated in a tempura batter, then deep fried until crispy and golden brown. Finally they are coated in a 3 flavour sauce that is spicy, sour, and sweet. This should make enough for about 3 to 4 portions, and the recipe should take around 30 minutes …

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Shrimp And Corn Cakes (Tord Man Kao Pod Goong)

These fish cakes are made with shrimp and corn, and unlike Thai fish cakes, they are very mild so great if you don’t feel like eating something spicy. They make for a great snack or appetiser, and only take around 20 minutes to make. This recipe should make about 8 to 10 cakes depending on how big you make them, …

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Pork On Toast (Khanom Pang Naa Moo)

A quick and simple snack recipe which involves bread topped with a ground pork mixture, which are then baked until crispy, and served with a tangy and sweet dipping sauce. This recipe is ready from scratch in about 45 minutes, and should make enough for 2 portions, so adjust as needed. It works really well as a light lunch, or …

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Steamed Chinese Chive Dumplings (Kanom Gui Chai)

These dumplings make for a great healthy and light snack or appetiser, and they are very simple, consisting of chinese chives stuffed inside dumpling dough, which are then steamed and served with a sweet and spicy dipping sauce. Sometimes the best tastes really do come from the simplest of ingredients! The hardest part of the recipe is getting the dough …

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Pork Stuffed Dumplings Recipe

These are Japanese style dumplings which consist of a thin pastry stuffed with a minced pork filling, which are then steamed and lightly fried to give them a slightly crispy texture. They are served with a simple homemade dipping sauce, and although there are quite a few steps to making the recipe, its actually quite straightforward. To simplify the recipe, …

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Gyoza Vegetable Dumplings Recipe

These are Japanese style dumplings which consist of a thin pastry stuffed with a vegetable filling, which are then steamed and lightly fried to give them a slightly crispy texture. They are served with a simple homemade dipping sauce, and although there are quite a few steps to making the recipe, its actually quite straightforward. To simplify the recipe, you …

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Sweet Shredded Dried Mushrooms Recipe (Hed Yong)

These mushrooms make for a great light snack, and are healthy, low in calories, but very tasty. The oyster mushrooms are shredded then baked in the oven until they have dried out, before being mixed with a sweet sauce, baked one final time, then eaten – usually eaten very quickly too! 🙂 They are quite easy to make, and the …

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Fried Turmeric Pork Fillet Recipe

If you like the flavour of fresh turmeric, you should definitely give this recipe a try. It is very simple, and uses a small amount of ingredients, allowing the flavours of the ingredients to shine through. Fillet is one of our favourite cuts of pork, and this is an easy way to enjoy it.   Once everything is done, serve …

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Shrimp And Sprouts Savoury Stir Fry Recipe

This is a simple stir fry consisting of shrimp and sprouts fried in a savoury sauce. I was a bit skeptical about trying this when cherry first made it, however boiling the sprouts first removed their bitter taste, and the final dish tasted very nice. This recipe is great for a simple appetiser, or you could serve it with some …

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Thai Shrimp Cake Recipe (Tod Mun Goong)

These mini shrimp cakes are dipped in tempura flour and breadcrumbs, then fried until they are crispy, fluffy, and golden brown. The addition of pork fat helps the inside of the cakes to stay moist and not dry out during the cooking process, and they are actually very simple to make, the only special equipment you will need is a …

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North East Thai Fermented Sour Sausage

This is a sour tasting pork sausage served with fresh chillies, ginger, and vegetables. The recipe and ingredients are simple and straightforward – rice, garlic, salt and pepper are mixed with ground pork and left to ferment for about 3 days. The rice causes the meat to ferment making it taste sour, and the salt preserves the meat. Of course …