Grilled Chicken (Kai Yang) ไก่ย่าง


Grilled chicken Thai style, or as we call it in Thai language, Kai Yang ไก่ย่าง. This dish you will see both as street food as well as in good restaurants. It is often paired with papaya salad (som tum) and sticky rice (khaw-niow). It is also eaten with raw vegetables, and often dipped in spicy sauces. I got this recipe from the Kruaklaibann website ( This website is where all the Thai people who live overseas share their cooking. The recipe comes from Khao Suan Kwang (ไก่ย่างเขาสวนกวาง) a district in Northeastern Thailand where they have a really good reputation for doing grilled chicken.

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Kanom Krok ขนมครก


Kanom Krok (Creamy Coconut Rice Flour cake) is a popular street food in Thailand and is one of my favourite snacks. I used to buy this very often when I was in Thailand and I never thought I would one day make it by myself. When shopping I saw the Dutch pancake maker and I suddenly thought that I can use this to make Kanom Krok too! The recipe I use came from a Thai temple a long time ago when they were teaching Thai cooking.

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