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Prawns Stir Fried In Red Curry Paste (Goong Pad Prik Nom Sod)

This is a spicy prawn stir fry made with red curry paste, with a hint of creaminess and sweetness from the evaporated milk. It is really quick to make, ready from scratch in under 15 minutes, and this recipe is enough for 1 portion so adjust as needed. Although we have used prawns, you could try other types of seafood, …

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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 …

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Thai Chicken In Pandan Leaves Recipe (Gai Hor Bai Toey)

A simple and tasty snack accompanied by a sesame dipping sauce. The chicken is marinated, then wrapped in pandan leaves and deep fried, which gives it a wonderful taste and aroma, and also help to keep the juices inside the chicken leaving it moist and juicy. It can be a bit fiddly getting the chicken wrapped in the leaves, but …

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Thai Fried Chinese Chives Cake Recipe (Kanom Kui Chai)

This is a vegetarian friendly street food snack that consists of a steamed chinese chive cake which is then deep fried and served with a homemade dipping sauce. You can eat it straight from the steamer without frying if you are not a fan of deep fried food, and its a simple yet tasty snack that doesn’t require many special …

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Thai Fried Sweet Potato Balls (Khanom Khai Nok Krata)

This recipe is a common Thai street food that is a cross between a dessert and snack that consists of sweet potato mixed with flour, sugar and salt, which has been lightly deep fried. They are chewy on the inside, with a slightly crispy outer shell, and are best served freshly cooked. They are very easy to make, and only …

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Thai Style Chicken On Rice Recipe (Khao Man Gai)

Khao man gai is a tasty comfort food which consists of tender chicken served on top of jasmine rice which has been cooked in the chicken brother, accompanied with a special homemade chilli dipping sauce. It will take about an hour from start to finish to make, however we think it is well worth the effort, especially if its a …

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Tom Yum Rice Noodle Soup Recipe (Sen Lek Tom Yum)

There are quite a lot of steps to making this dish which is why most people in Thailand would just buy it at a street vendor rather than spend the time and effort making it themselves, however for those of us outside of Thailand, sacrifices need to be made to get a good bowl of noodle soup! This recipe is …

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Thai Pork Stuffed Omelette (Kai Yad Sai) Recipe

This recipe consists of an omelette stuffed with minced pork and vegetables. It is a tasty savoury snack that is quick to make, and is a great way to use up any vegetables that are laying around your kitchen. The pork and vegetable filling is nicely presented inside an omelette parcel, and it is fun to make and a great …

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Thai Chicken Satay Recipe

Chicken satay is very popular street food in Thailand, and a popular choice amongst Thai food lovers in restaurants all over the world. With this recipe there is no need to fly over to Thailand or order expensive take out – you can get great tasting chicken satay at home anytime you want! In this recipe we are using chicken, …

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Thai Street Vendor Style Marinated Grilled Chicken Wings

This is a really quick and easy recipe to prepare, and is a great way to liven up chicken, which lets face it, can often get very boring. By following this recipe you are going to end up with succulent sweet and rich tasting wings that are a fantastic quick snack, and taste even better than the ones you get …

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Thai Street Vendor Style Grilled Marinated Pork Recipe

If you have ever visited Thailand, you probably sampled the abundance of tasty and great value street food available from the vendors that line the bustling streets. With our street vendor recipe series, you can recreate the taste of these snacks and meals from the comfort of your own kitchen! This recipe will make the pork really succulent with a …

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Thai Street Vendor Style Hat Yai Southern Fried Chicken Recipe

Street vendor food is hugely popular with both tourists and locals in Thailand as a cheap and tasty way to eat. In this recipe we show you how to make Hat Yai southern fried chicken which is a recipe which originates in the south of Thailand. It is a mild flavoured and very easy and tasty way to liven up …