Thai recipe component Recipes
These Thai recipes are written for you to know how to cook the Thai food that Thais eat in Thailand every day. These recipes have successfully taught millions of westerners, expatriates and Thai students abroad how to cook Thai food so that it tastes like food from home.
While each of these Thai recipes originated from our families, the Bankgok restaurants or foodcarts we love and the Thai cooks we respect, we have put them through rigorous testing prior to publishing. Each recipe has been tested, not just by experienced Thai cooks, but by regular western people learning at home. Creating these recipes, we explored variations in preparation, cook's taste buds, food knowledge backgrounds, and western kitchens. Please let us know how they worked for you.
Enjoy great Thai food the way it's meant to be loved.
Prig Gang Kua
Basic Red Curry Paste or Prig Gang Kua is the most basic curry paste.
Homemade small strand noodles made with wheat and egg.
Prig Gang Kiew Wan
Spicy green curry paste made with fresh Thai green chili peppers.
Prig Gang Mussamun
Homemade fragrant Massaman Curry Paste filled with roasted spices
Prig Gang Namya
Curry paste for fish curry, made with peppers, lemongrass, garlic, shallots, Chinese keys, salt and pickled fish
Nam Guay Tiew
Rich pork soup, easy to make, great for noodle soup
Prig Gang Ped
Aromatic curry paste made with Thai fresh and dry spices
Nam Prig Pow/Nam Prig Dang
Chili paste made with roasted Thai spices.
Soft, sticky dough for making roti
Prig Gang Som
Sour curry paste, the base of all Thai curry pastes
Prig Gang KuaTai
Bright red and very spicy hot curry paste from southern Thailand.
Prig Gang Som Tai
Fiery hot curry paste for southern sour curry.
Prig Gang Mungsavirat
Vegetarian red curry paste
Prig Gang Tai Mung Sawirat
Southern red curry paste made vegetarian. A base for many other southern dishes.
Homemade wonton wrappers without eggs, preservatives and food coloring.