A fried fish sandwich smothered in red curry coconut sauce and topped with a bright and refreshing green papaya slaw
Shrimp and grits inspired Laksa, a spicy Malaysian coconut stew. The grits are cooked in coconut milk and topped with shrimp in a homemade laksa paste.
Chicken wings marinated and topped with the flavors of Thai Larb, a bright and spicy thai meat salad.
The classic Thai and Laotian soup is remade with tender shredded lamb and pureed squash.
That fresh flavored Thai style beef salad along with some tasty veggies on the grill.
Pork ribs braised in Thai Massaman curry.
A recipe from Pok Pok where fish is rubbed in a fresh and spicy curry paste, wrapped in a banana leaf, and thrown on the grill.
Tacos loaded with all the ingredients of an authentic Thai Panang Curry
Ingredients1 p Instructionsx NotesI bought the Pok Pok cookbook over a year ago but it has taken me a long time to actually cook from it. Now that I started though, I am really on a roll. I have made 3 things already and have like 10 more bookmarked. I actually went to the Pok…
Ingredients3 Cups Water2 Onions Diced 8 Jalapenos Diced 1 Red Pepper Diced 1 Quart Chicken Stock4 Cans Coconut Milk (1600ml) 1 Whole Chicken Breast (both breasts with skin and bones) 4 Chicken Thighs (bone and skin) 1 Bunch Basil1 Bunch Cilantro1 Bunch Scallions2 Tablespoons Lemongrass Paste7 Cloves Garlic2 Thumb Sized Chunks Ginger1 Tablespoon Cumin1 Tablespoon…
I was craving a breaded chicken dish with pasta like chicken parm but I wanted it to be lighter. I was also craving Vietnamese bun vermicelli. I put the two cravings together to create this dish. I had been thinking of Vietnamese for a long time actually. The other day I finally was going to order some but I was having a lazy day and didn’t want to leave the house, so I found the only place that delivered. I had never been there and didn’t look at the reviews, but it turned out that it was more of a Chinese place that had some Vietnamese dishes on the menu. The bun vermicelli was almost embarrassingly bad and it made me crave the stuff even more! I’m not saying what I made here is super authentic or anything, but when I am craving it what I really need is the interplay of cucumber, mint, peanut, fish sauce, and rice noodles. The one that I ordered that day only had 3 out of 5 of these ingredients and for me that just doesn’t cut it!
A warming play on a classic chicken and dumplings that infuses just the right amount of Thai flavors into the dish.