BBQ Red Chicken, another Thai street food that brings back good memories. This bbq chicken is sometimes called temple-fair grilled chicken, as it is a staple dish at Buddhist temple fairs. The taste is usually sweet but you can adjust the sugar level if you want.Continue reading “BBQ Red Chicken”
Chicken with Diane sauce. This recipe, cooked with love, delivers perfectly tender chicken breasts with a delicious sauce that you will remember for weeks.
To me, a highlight of the dish is that it isn’t too heavy. I find it a lovely dish for spring, with some winter flavours but without the accompanying hearty vegetables.
2 free range chicken breasts, skin on
Salt & Pepper
15 g butter
1 tbsp olive oil
1 garlic clove, chopped
1/4 cup chicken stock
1/4 cup cream
1 tsp Dijon mustard
1/2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
Recipe inspired by taste.com.au
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.
Please enjoy the video how to make it. Continue reading “Grilled chicken breast with panang curry”
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.
This dish is turmeric chicken skewers, which are particularly well suited to Australian summers. This is our family’s favourite dish. I have cooked this dish many times and I am always satisfied.
This post shows you how to create the classic Thai dish of tom yum. In this dish you will find herbs such as lemongrass and kaffir lime ganlagal. There are two varieties of Tom yum, the creamy and the clear, with the clear version featured below. Spicy and oozing heat, this soup is the perfect winter warmer for those who live in cooler climates.