Spicy salad, or “Yum” in Thai language, is a very popular dish. There are so many varieties of salad and you can add almost anything you like in the dish.
I love salad and this is one of the best. The dish is glass noodles salad(traditional style). The glass noodles are made from mung beans, and you can usually find a dried version.
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I haven’t posted anything on my blog for a while. My excuse is that I was so busy at work, however I never stop cooking I just don’t have time to write my blog, that’s all. I also post a lot of photos on Instagram. The good thing about Instagram is that by writing a short description and quickly posting the photo I know straight away who likes my food. You can find me @charinyas_kitchen.
The recipe I would like to share this time is “Sweet ‘n’ spicy Sriracha wings”, with the recipe from taste.com.au magazine and using Marian Gasby’s recipe.
Sriracha sauce is a spicy chilli sauce from Thailand that is now in use around the world. Thai people use it as a dipping sauce. I remember eating it with chips. You will see Sriracha sauce in many Vietnamese restaurants as a condiments for rare beef noodle soup (Pho). Do you know Sriracha is a district in Chonburi (about 1 hr. drive from Bangkok)? This is where the factory is located. Let’s have a look at the recipe.
• 1.5 kg chicken wings cut in half at the joint.
• 2 garlic cloves, finely grated
• 1 tbsp finely grated fresh ginger
• 60 ml (1/4 cup) light soy sauce
• 1 tbs vegetables oil
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This is probably the easiest Thai entrée’ I have ever made. It was really fun to make and also looks elegant and tasty.
I really encourage you to try to make it in your kitchen.
- Prawns, peeled and deveined . Gently cut them open to ensure the seasoning is placed inside. Each prawn makes 1 spring roll, so use as many you like.
- Spring roll wraps. I use a larger size (250mm). Cut diagonally twice to get 4 triangle sheets from 1 big sheet
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Talking about Thai food, most foreigners might think of Pad Thai, Pad Thai is famous all around the world and it is popular among Thais too. Pad Thai is also a perfect vegetarian dish, just omit meat and substitute soy sauce for fish sauce. Here is Charinya’s version of Pad Thai
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When talking about Thai food with foreigners most of them consider Pad Thai as their favourite. One friend always asks me when I will show her how to make it. Today I will introduce my simple sauce that I always have at home. The sauce I am going to show you is not only used for Pad Thai, as this sauce base can create many different dishes.
• 1/3 cup fish sauce, to taste
• 1/2 cup tamarind pulp concentrate , to taste
• 3/4 cup palm sugar, to taste
• 1/2 tsp salt
• 1/4 cup water
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I introduced this famous Thai food in Street vendor food in my kitchen before. If you have been to Thailand I’m very sure you have seen the food vendors beside the street, with the owner grilling pork skewers on the hot charcoal stove with the smoke and smell drifting 100 meters away. This is one of my preferred street foods, and this is how I cook it in my kitchen.
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