Another dish that is believed to have been adapted from Portuguese traders long ago this delicious and popular crispy treat is found all around Thailand and South East Asia along with pretty much every Thai restaurant around the world - Warattaya Smith of @loveslittlekitchen
Symbolising the support one will receive in one's career and life, this sweet dessert resembling jackfruit seeds can be easily found around many of Thailand’s markets today - Warattaya of @loveslittlekitchen
Crying tiger (Sua Rong Hai: เสือร้องไห้) is an Isaan beer snack that is famous though out Thailand and now worldwide....There are a few stories behind the name. Some say the dish is made out of a cheap cut of meat and thus it is so tough that even a tiger can't chew it and that makes the tiger cry... Some say that it's the opposite, the steak is the best part but the tiger has started eating other parts first until he is really full and he can’t eat anymore then finds out that he didn’t eat the best part - Charinya of @charinyas_kitchen
When I came to Australia some 40 odd years ago. My family ended up in a little rural Victorian town…trying to find Asian staples and food was pretty much a zero chance. My parents grew just about all the Asian greens we ate, Mum use to make almost everything from scratch…So today I thought I would show you how to make soy milk from scratch - Saba of @sabablacksheep
I have posted a simple recipe for Pad Thai in my blog before, but the recipe I would like to share this time is an advanced version... I am sure you will love it, and you might say it is better than some restaurants in your local area - Charinya of @charinyas_kitchen
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