My Mango Coconut Jelly Cubes recipe was a really big hit, but many people had questions about the agar agar itself. So here’s a video to hopefully answer all your questions including: What it is, where to find it, how to use it, and other useful tips!
We’ve already seen in Part 1 that carbon steel wok is the way to go. So now let’s talk about caring for your wok so that it will remain non stick forever, and it will add a smokey wok flavour to your food! As you’ll see it’s super easy and quick, don’t let anyone tell […]
Coconut milk is absolutely crucial to Thai cooking, so I made a video to hopefully answer all your questions about it! Here you’ll find info on everything from what is coconut milk, what is NOT “coconut milk”, coconut milk vs coconut cream, how to choose from so many types of coconut milk, and more! RELATED […]
This pie crust is my favourite one to make because of the following reasons: I don’t need to keep the butter (or anything else) cold, I don’t need to worry about over-working the dough, I don’t need a food processor or any other tools, and all I need are my hands and a clean counter top! […]
Yup, I tasted fish sauce straight up, just for you 🙂 Fish sauce is my favourite seasoning in the kitchen, and arguably the most important ingredient in a Thai kitchen! Fish sauce is used in almost all of my recipes, it is indeed our equivalent of salt in the Western kitchen. However, what’s a good […]
The holiday season is coming up, so I thought I would make a gift guide for all the foodies in your life! These are items that I either received as gifts and liked, items that are on my wishlist, or just things that I think are generally cool and would make great gifts! A few […]
After several requests, it’s time to go back to the basics and talk about how to cook the perfect rice without a rice cooker. There are some tips and tricks to know, but once you know them, you’ll cook perfect rice every time and in a snap! IMPORTANT TIPS TO KNOW Use good quality rice! […]
Change it up a bit and try some Thai sticky rice. I use a traditional bamboo cone steamer in this tutorial, but you can use any kind of steaming device you have at home. How to Make Sticky Rice Traditionally