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  • Sep 19 2014

    Baked Thai-Style Sea Bass (or other white fish)

    The flavors of this dish are really fragrant and light. Steamed fish and rice is always a winner, especially with Thai flavours. If you’ve got a good fishmonger, using other fish like red mullet, prawns or squid to mix things up a bit is a great idea. It’s easy to put together and loads of fun to serve the tray at the table. Ingredients For the Thai paste 2 large bunches fresh coriander, leaves picked and stalks reserved 2 thumb-sized pieces fresh ginger, peeled 3 […]

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    May 12 2014

    Thai Cucumber Salad

    Despite feeling homesick for Thailand this tasty, refreshing dish helped bring the Land of Smiles home to me! Without fail, this super-easy Thai sweet and tangy salad with cucumber and cilantro with just a hint of heat is a hit at any summer get-together since it doesn’t require refrigeration and you are pretty much guaranteed to be the only one bringing this delicious dish!  It’s a party in your mouth! Ingredients 3 large cucumbers, peeled, halved lengthwise, seeded, and cut into 1/4-inch slices 1 tablespoon salt 1/2 cup white […]

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    May 4 2014

    Baked Trout with Thai Herbs

    Another delectable, nutritious recipe, “Baked Trout with Thai Herbs” high in protein and full with flavors from Lakkhanaporn (“Anne”) Bunthot.  Thanks Khun Anne! Whole baked trout might seem a little daunting if you’ve never tried it before, but this is a perfect starter recipe. Turmeric, kaffir lime leaf, and lemongrass are Thai herbs that flavor the fish inside and out. Ingredients Main Dish 2 medium size trout 3/4 cup tightly packed fresh cilantro leaves and tender stems 2 pc. lemongrass 1 pc. turmeric, sliced 5 pc. […]

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    Apr 28 2014

    Thai Mommy Recommends this Ginger Chicken Recipe for Nursing Moms

    Almost 10 years ago, Lakkhanaporn (Anne) and I became friends working on a spa consulting project in Bangkok. Anne later came to visit me in Phuket to practice yoga, before relocating to Belgium with her husband; and their beautiful girl ‘Freya’ was born on 13Feb’10.   We have stayed in touch ever since, and Ann often gifts some of her specialty Northern Thai cooking recipes — lucky me! Anne wanted to share this classic Thai recipe for Thai Ginger Chicken (Kai Pad King) with MommyMorsels readers, and had this to say from her […]

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    Apr 23 2014

    Recipe: Easy Thai Chicken & Sweet Potato Soup

    I’ve served this at dinner parties, and guests always ask for the recipe! This delectable soup is smooth and and spicy with a vibrant colour that’s packed full of Asian aromatics! Ingredients 1 tsp olive or rapeseed oil 2 garlic cloves, chopped 1 red chilli, deseeded and chopped 2cm chunk root ginger, chopped 1 stalk lemongrass, bashed 1 x 25g pack coriander, leaves and stalks chopped separately 2 tbsp red Thai curry paste 750ml chicken stock (made with 2 stock cubes) 1 small can (160ml) […]

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    Apr 19 2014

    Recipe: Fresh Mint & Mango Spring Rolls

    These easy-to-make, delicious Vietnamese mango spring rolls can be made with vermicelli noodles or cabbage.  I served them for the extended family last weekend and they were a hit (wish I had made more…we ran out too soon!). The marinade can be drizzled over the vegetables before rolling them, or you can marinate the vegetables in advance. Filling: 1 mango (the Thai or Filipino mangoes are super-tasty in this wrap) 1/2 cucumber 1 carrot 1 avocado 1/4 wild cabbage OR rice vermicelli noodles fresh coriander (cilantro) fresh basil fresh […]

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    Apr 7 2014

    Recipe: Tasty Beginner’s Pad Thai

    Pad Thai is the quintessential global ambassador of Thai food. These simple stir-fried rice noodles are almost certainly one of the best-known examples of Thai cuisine worldwide. For a vegetarian version, swap the chicken and shrimp for cubed firm tofu. Ingredients: 1/2 lb (250 g) pkg. medium rice noodles (not too thin) canola, peanut or sesame oil, for cooking 1/4 cup (60 ml) ketchup 1/4 cup (60 ml) fish sauce 2 tbsp (30 ml) lime juice 2 tbsp (30 ml) rice vinegar 2 tbsp (30 ml) […]

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    Mar 18 2014

    Recipe: Crispy Salmon Rice Paper Rolls

    Crispy Salmon Rice Paper Rolls are best enjoyed warm, but can also be eaten chilled. While the side salad of apple, baby fennel and chery tomato with a French dressing is an optional addition, the flavours of baby fennel and tart fruit, as well as lemon in the dressing go really well with the fish. Makes 6 rolls. Ingredients For the Crispy Salmon Rice Paper Rolls: 1 (approx 220g / ½lb) piece of fresh salmon fillet, skin off 2 tbsp natural maple syrup 6 (16cm […]

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