Grilled chicken breast with panang curry

Grilled chicken breast with panang curry sauce served with brown rice and quinoa.
Panang curry paste is red curry paste with extra ingredients like cumin seed and coriander seeds. The panang curry paste tends to be less liquid than red or green curry.

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Krong Krang Nam Kati

Thai dessert “Krong krang nam kati”, aka tapioca and rice flour dumpling (shaped like gnocchi) in sweet coconut milk. Last time I made this dessert with my mum in Thailand, and there were many Instagram friends requesting the video. Here it is, however this time I didn’t add any colours to it. (If you choose to use colours just add a few drops in hot water)

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Homemade satay prawns

Homemade satay prawns served with peanuts dipping sauce and Ar-jard (cucumber, onion and red chilli in vinegar)

Peanuts sauce Ingredients 
3 tbsp mussaman curry paste
1/2 cup coconut cream
1/4 cup coconut milk
1 tbsp peanuts butter
1 tbsp Fish sauce, to taste
1/2 tbsp tamarind paste
1/4 crushed peanuts
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Khao Keang dishes : Stir fried pumpkins with eggs

In my previous post I showed you one of my favourite dishes, Pad prik khing, available to order at ‘Khao Keang shop’. Normally at the shop we can select 2 dishes to go on top of the rice. The pad prik khing is a spicy dish, so my second choice is something less spicy, or even not spicy at all, like Pad fak thong sai khai, which is stir fried pumpkins with egg.

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Khao Keang Dishes : Pad Prik Khing

My favourite lunch time food when I was in Bangkok was “Khaokaeng” or “khao rat kaeng”, meaning “curry-on-rice”. This is a traditional type of ready-made fast food in Thailand. The popularity of the places in Bangkok that sell these foods as a quick lunchtime meal is in decline.

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Braised chicken with pickled green mustard

Last time when I posted the braised beef recipe a few friends that said they don’t eat beef. In this blog post let’s do something similar, but use chicken instead.

I adapted the braised chicken recipe I want to share with you today from the recipe for braised pork leg or ‘kow kha moo’, which is a popular rice dish in Thailand. The original recipe was from Chinese migrants and again, like other dishes, over time the recipe has been adapted to suit Thai preferences.
Braised chicken is perfect when served with rice and chilli garlic sauce. This time however I used chilli garlic from the jar, which is just perfect as well.

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