Thai green papaya salad, also known as som tum, is the most requested of all my recipes. There are many versions of it, however most of my papaya salads feature fermented fish or crabs, the latter being the Isan version. The simplest version of som tum is “som tum Thai” which is popular in the central region of Thailand and among foreigners.
As a Lion brand guest blogger @lionbrandrice I made Thai Style Chicken Biryani Recipe (Khao Mok Kai)for Lion brand Blog. Here is the recipe.
Charinya of @charinyas_kitchen puts together a stunning Thai version of chicken biryani
The dish is khao mok kai. “Khao” is rice, “mok” in this context is “bury” or “place underneath” and the last word is “Kai”, which means chicken.
In summary the name “Khao mok kai” is “chicken buried in rice” which explains the way of cooking this dish.- Charinya
I do not normally make dessert but this one is so easy and I really want you to try Thai Coconut jelly (วุ้นกะทิ)
Massaman beef curry (แกงมัสมั่นเนื้อ), the famous Thai beef curry with potatoes. Many people think this dish would be really hard to make, but let me show you an easier version that is still more than satisfactory.
This how I like to cook it, and I might just say it is better than the dishes you get as take away from some restaurants.
“Nam pla wan” or sweet fish sauce is a perfect sweet dipping sauce when served with sour fruit such as green mango or Granny Smith apple.
Pepper & Garlic Prawns, This is a prawn dish that you will love. It is a succulent dish with minimal ingredients and is simple to make.