Hello from my mom’s garden in Thailand! I waited all year to come home and make miang kham, which is potentially the most unique tasting dish I’ve made so far on the show! There really isn’t anything quite like it. You make a little cup with the betel leaf, fill it with all sorts of […]
An iconic dish of Northern Thailand, “sai ua” is one of the most flavourful sausages I can think of. The pork is mixed with an aromatic curry paste, grilled, then served with sticky rice and fresh veggies. Yum! Making sausages doesn’t have to be a lot of work, though. Once you make the mixture, if […]
This recipe is an easy and fun appetizer (or even dinner) to make! It’s inspired by the lettuce wrap I get in Chinese restaurants that is made from the meat of Peking duck. With five-spice powder, hoisin sauce, crunchy water chestnuts and crisp iceberg lettuce, it was an instant hit! INGREDIENTS Serves 4-6 The Sauce […]
These addictive little munchies are my newest obsession! Think the satisfaction of potato chips crossed with soft silky tofu…crossed once more time with fried garlic, with a kick of chilies. Worth every effort. Perfect vegetarian appetizer for any party! DIM SUM VLOG: The original inspiration for this recipe http://buff.ly/2tLUyIT INGREDIENTS 300g medium-firm tofu or smooth […]
This recipe is courtesy of Natalia Machado, my lovely Argentinian co-host on the TV show One World Kitchen! This is the recipe for a traditional Argentinian cheese bread that Natalia serves at her restaurant as a gluten-free option for the bread basket. They’re amazingly cheesy and addictive! Think hot, chewy, cheesy mochi with a […]
If you’re going to a party, and you’re getting tired of bringing chips and salsa or pico de gallo, you need to give this a try! The same freshness of a fresh tomato salsa, but with the classic flavour of Thai cuisine: sweet, salty, sour, spicy, with creaminess of coconut milk. It’ll be your new […]
The perfect party appetizer! These vegan corn fritters are boosted with coconut and jalapenos. They’re crisp, delicious, addictive AND the batter can be made up to 2 days in advance! They are best eaten when freshly fried, so if you can’t eat them all at once, just fry up what you can finish, keep the […]
These crispy chicken cheese “purses” are the perfect appetizer for your next dinner party! Spring roll wrappers are easy to find and even easier to use, and they fry up to be shatteringly crispy and beautifully golden. The filling is tender chicken scented by citrusy coriander seeds, with a hidden surprise of creamy tangy cheese! […]
“The distillation of all that is good about chicken” is how my brother described these crispy chicken skin. Let’s face it, the skin is the best part about eating chicken, especially if it’s crispy, AND can be done in just a few minutes! I came up with this recipe because I needed to remove the […]
Don’t let the amount of vegetables in this popular street food throw you off. I didn’t love vegetables as a kid and I would devour these every time. Garlic chives become so tender they almost melt in your mouth, and with the soft & chewy dough that is crispy on the outside…and the sweet & […]
This is such an addictive appetizer! Tender, juicy fried chicken tossed in the “dust” which is toasted rice and Thai herbs ground up into this magical powder! If you’ve had laab before, you know how much toasted rice powder can transform a dish, now imagine it around fried chicken! Served with a classic “jeaw” dipping […]
This recipe is an easy version of the classic curry puffs, but I can guarantee that it’s just as delicious! The original version requires making two different types of dough and a set of rather complicated maneuvers to wrap them. They’re beautiful treats in the end, but with my schedule these days, I’m very much biased towards easy! […]
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