(TH/EN) When it comes to good and healthy food, there's nothing like a magic bullet. No one type of diet can make you healthy. But eating like Thai people and eating Thai food that focuses on collections of seasonal and various ingredients, one can get healthy without even having to glance at the 'new' and 'hype' types of diets.
Category - Arharn Jan Diew (One-Plate Meals)
(TH/EN) A bowl of wonton noodles always makes a comforting meal. And here in Phang Nga, a few of their noodle shops maintain the recipes that have been settled here along with the waves of Chinese immigrants since more than a century ago. ชวนรู้จักและรับประทานบะหมี่เจ้าเก่าอายุเป็นร้อยๆ ปีที่จังหวัดพังงากันค่ะ
(TH/EN) Looking to make a new bucket list of what to eat in Thailand? Here are the Thai dishes and ingredients that made it to our National Intangible Cultural Heritage list. Enjoy!
I wouldn't go as far as calling this one a 'wartime recipe.' But given the situations that we are all in right now, I couldn't help but hunker down, live, and eat simply. And this dish came right into mind when it comes to being prudent with your ingredients yet still having a mightly delicious, nutritious, and healthy meal.
These Shanghai Noodles were a delicious and unique staple of the now-closed Scala Restaurant in Bangkok's Siam Square. It was our go-to favourite, even more so than their signature dishes. Now, since I am cooking from my memories a lot, I am so happy to report that I have managed to imitate the tastes of the dish closely to perfection.
Thai-style omelette, as comforting as it is, is multipurpose in a Thai meal. From a delicious main to easy side, an omelette also appears in a soup as per my mother's own in-a-pinch repertoire.