Sator or stinky beans and Cha-Om or climbing wattles - known for their pungent smells - are staple Thai ingredients. They are delicious proofs that in many Thai recipes, stinky + stinky + stinky = bam delicious! Enjoy!
Category - Thai Food
Recently, I went on a search for the best curry puffs in Bangkok. The experience took me places and revealed some of the hidden stalls that offer the best deep-fried goodies.
River prawns and their so-called 'butterhead' are a favourite on a Thai table. And I found this absolutely fool-proof recipe that also happens to be the easiest and the best way to showcase the prawns' natural deliciousness.
Yum or Thai salads are a delicious staple, albeit a bit tricky to achieve. Yum selections include dishes like the famous Som Tam and all things refreshing, bright, and spicy. But those tastes are not easy to perfect. Here are my two easy recipes and the story of Thai salads. Bon Appetit!
I no longer allow myself to be labelled by my food choices. I am not a foodie. Or am I? I am not a vegetarian, or am I? Here is my new love affair, which I hope will be long lasting, with no-recipe recipes on eating more plants.
Southern pineapple made an impromptu extra in the usually stinky-bean-only dish of 'Sator Pad Goong.' And it seems that the fruit season brings out the best of this acidic yet sweet taste of the crunchy type.