Now you can have that delicious dessert dish found in Thai restaurants--any time you want it--and fast and easy too.
Adapted from Thai Food Tonight. I tweaked their quantities and method just a bit to make things even faster and easier. Watch their step-by-step video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxmNsQ_T0oc
This is just heavenly- very subtle and balanced. It's like eating flowers. :-)
A gentle curry with strong lemongrass flavor. Goes great over white or brown rice. Don't be frightened off by the cook time, it mostly takes care of itself and needs little attention once you combine the ingredients. Got the recipe from Savory Spice Shop in Santa Rosa, CA
Beef (or pork, or elk, or whatever) marinated in a coconut milk curry, grilled, and drizzled with satay sauce. From "The Essential Curries Cookbook" by Steer (2008). My roommate said, "I don't know what 'satay' is, but we need to make it more often!"
A tasty, medium-spiced chicken curry. If you use "lite" coconut milk it's almost good for you... Adapted from "The Essential Curries Recipe Cookbook" by Steer (2008). Feel free to garnish with lime wedges and basil, and serve on top of steamed jasmine rice.
Fruit with a savory meat topping. For the coriander root: look for cilantro bunches sold with their roots still attached. They may be tiny or up to several inches long. If you can't find any cilantro root, substitute chopped cilantro stems with a few leaves mixed in.
This is my Favorite Thai recipe. Simple to make yet elegant in presentation. Just be careful with the oil content. It may seem excessive, but too little oil, and the noodles will stick and you'll have a mess in your wok. You can get away with 5 tbs. or so instead of the full 1/2 cup but you will have to work extremely fast to avoid the sticking. This will serve about 4 as a noodle side dish or 2 as a main course.
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