In this video tutorial viewers learn how to make a raw pad Thai salad with kelp noodles. The ingredients required for this recipe are: 2 tbsp of almond butter, 1/3 cup of coconut oil, 1 tbsp of soy sauce, 1 tsp of coriander powder, 1/2 of jalapeno, 2 tsp of lemon juice and 1/3 ...more
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If you're like us, you're not the biggest fan of papaya. Sweet but very pungent, papayas are an acquired taste for some and either loved or hated by others. But this recipe for a Thai salad made with green papaya may just change your mind about the oderiferous food altogether. ...more
This Thai salad is very tasty and rich in colors, mixed with reds, greens, and yellows. There's so much you can do with boiled eggs. For this yum khai tum recipe, you will need boiled eggs, green onion, red onion, pickled garlic, carrots, mint leaves, chili, sugar, vinegar, fi ...more
Thai food can be hot and spicy, especially papaya salad,but it so good. You will need chilies, garlic, cherry tomatos, peanuts, lime, and papaya. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make a spicy Thai papaya salad.
You could just imagine yourself being in Thailand when you bite into this Thai beef salad, the perfect escape if you can't get to Thailand!
Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl, shows how to make Thai Cabbage Salad, a non-cooking sweet sour tangy fresh cabbage salad mix. 1. First make Thai Vinaigrette by mixing Lime Juice about a tablespoon, a little amount of rice wine vinegar, Sesame oil, Mirin (Japanese/Asian sweeten ...more
To make the 'lady boy' Thai noodle salad begin by making the dressing. White vinegar, sugar, sriracha, and garlic are brought to a boil. Then a marinade is made for the shrimp which combines grape seed oil, red onion, red curry paste, lemongrass, sriracha, sugar, and fish sauc ...more
If you like cucumbers, then you'll love this unique Asian salad tossed in a tangy Thai dressing. You will need fresh basil leaves, fresh coriander leaves, lime, shallot, small red chili pepper, cucumbers, green onions, fish sauce, shrimp paste or sauce, soy or tamari sauce, a ...more
Experience a new video cookbook with delicious summertime recipes, perfect for your picnic basket or backyard BBQ table. Watch this how to video on how to make a Thai cucumber salad. This refreshing salad recipe is sure to be the hit of the party. Ingredients: 1/2 cup brown r ...more
This is a great start or finish to any Thai meal. Add shrimp, mussels and calimari to a wonderfully flavorful mix of vegetables, spices and herbs.
Thai noodles make a basic salad a little bit more filling. This easy recipe makes for a highly flavorful and satisfying dish. You will need noodles, cucumber, carrot, sugar, chilies, vinegar, and Thai fish sauce. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to prepare spicy ...more
First, cook rice noodles by boiling them for a short amount of time. The amount of time needed to cook them will vary with the type of noodles, so check the package. Next, drain the noodles and cool them by pouring cold water over them. Then, make the dressing by combining: 2 ...more
This authentic green papaya salad is made in a North Thailand way that is sure to keep you coming back for more! No only will you learn this magnificent recipe, but you'll learn how to make sure you have the perfect papaya from the grocery shop, which can be a bit tricky. Emi ...more
Salads are our favorite meat to throw into a salad. Infinitely more healthy than red meat or pork and tender and delicious, they also take to marinades well and really help to spice up a dish. Start putting more of this lean meat into your meals by checking out this recipe fo ...more
This is a video from Thailand showing how to make a papaya salad. Watch it and learn to make it at home.
Watch this cooking with Kai how to video and learn how to prepare a Thai spicy squid salad. This squid salad is very popular in Thailand. Serve it up with a cold beer. Spicy Thai squid salad ingredients: fresh squid, green onions, shallot, ginger, lemon grass, chilies, garlic ...more
To prepare a Thai green papaya salad you will need green papaya, garlic cloves, Thai red and green chili peppers, tomatoes, coconut palm sugar or regular sugar, fish sauce, lime, roasted peanuts and green beans.
This is a delicious tuna salad. It is perfect to serve in the summer. You will need solid white tuna, lime juice, salt, fish sauce, Thai chili peppers, fresh ginger root, red onion, green onions, cilantro, fresh roasted peanuts and iceberg lettuce. Prepare a Thai spicy tuna sa ...more
For this Thai salad dressing you will need coconut milk, masaman curry paste, fish sauce or light soy sauce, sugar, vinegar, chunky peanut butter and water. For the salad you will need wonton skins, vegetable oil, pressed tofu, romaine lettuce, ice berg lettuce, cucumber, red ...more
Gwyneth Paltrow joins Chef Lee Gross in the kitchen for a mouth-watering Vietnamese salad, a healthy, quick Vietnamese salad that has a great crunch and lots of refreshing flavors. This video recipe was made for Paltrow's website: GOOP. This wonderfully crunchy salad is a mus ...more
This salad makes a fresh compliment to any Laotian meal. You will need long beans, lime, chili, cherry tomato, garlic, shrimp paste, fish sauce, sugar, and dried shrimp. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make tum mar toawr, Laotian long bean salad, from Thai c ...more
Laotian roast pork and a spicy salad always go together with sticky rice. This recipe is an easy home-style Laotian dish. You will need pork, fresh garlic, MSG, salt, sugar, oyster sauce, cucumber, cherry tomato, chili, sugar, shrimp paste, and lime. Watch this video cooking t ...more
If you like your Asian noodles fried and spicy, you should try this Laotian spicy noodle salad (Kow poot nam jeo). You will need shrimp paste, sugar, fish sauce, lime, garlic, chilies, cherry tomatoes, and rice stick noodles. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to ...more
Is Epic Meal Time a little too bro for you? If you're looking for something more extreme, with a hint of violence, headache-inducing screams, and endless rage, you have a couple options... Regular Ordinary Swedish Meal Time Between the Swenglish and extreme screaming, see if ...more
Forget the fancy salads at those expensive restaurants. Watch this how to video tutorial as professional Thai chef Kai shows you how to make a Laotian egg salad. This salad is also know as a yum salad. Make one for dinner tonight. Laotian egg salad ingredients: hard boiled eg ...more
Spicy Steve Nachos, iPad Thai and an Apple Cheese Plate. Artfully crafted, but... um, ew. Husband and wife team Ken and Diane Aversano, create a loving (though not exactly appetizing) tribute to Apple founder Steve Jobs. Diane is also the creator of the amazing Jar Jar salad. ...more
In Thailand, this dish is served with cooked rice. Some like it as a snack or as a meal with papaya salad on the side. You will need pork belly, vinegar, salt, and cooking oil. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make moo krawp, crispy pork belly, from Thai chef ...more
When you think about salads, you probably imagine a bunch of stuff - usually whatever you have lying around in the fridge that hasn't gone bad yet - tossed together and strewn haphazardly. But did you know that throwing a salad together can be an art? If you don't believe us, ...more
Samosa House This southern Indian market and restaurant is a stellar choice for any veggie. Their jackfruit is superb! If you've never tried it, please do. It looks like pulled pork, tastes like a seitan or chicken and is a great natural alternative to meat. Lucky you, they j ...more
A perfectly ripe avocado half is a lovely snack, and a creamy bowl of homemade guacamole can make a meal. But the following ten ideas take green-eating up a notch by stuffing avocado halves with your favorite salads and ingredients, turning them into a snack or side dish fit f ...more
We're always looking for great food hacks to help us become better cooks who can create delicious food with less waste, fuss, and hassle. You never know where the next good tip will come from, so we've all learned to keep our eyes and ears wide open. A few weeks ago I was hav ...more
When it comes to cooking grains, there is an unspoken rule to never stray from the exact measurements. Consulting charts for the proper ratio of liquid to grain is considered the difference between crunchy, undercooked pebbles and a mushy mess... that is, until now. Don't Mis ...more
I grew up eating Korean, Japanese, and Chinese food, but it wasn't until college that I experienced Thai and Vietnamese cooking. Once I started, I couldn't get enough of these cuisines. The dishes had an incredible richness and savor that I couldn't identify, but whatever it w ...more
The late, great writer Laurie Colwin once wrote that if she were allowed to have only one fruit in her kitchen, she would always choose lemons (or limes, since they can often be used interchangeably). Any dedicated home cook would agree wholeheartedly. Lemons add dimension t ...more
Rice is one of those incredibly versatile pantry essentials that you can make in bulk and then freeze for later use in a quick meal during the week. It keeps well in the fridge and freezer, and there are an endless number of ways that it can be used once thawed—from rice bowls ...more
Eating out is great, but being able to cook the delicious ethnic foods you eat at restaurants is even better. It may seem daunting to put together a bunch of ingredients with which you might not be familiar (some with names you've never even heard of!), but with the guidelines ...more