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This dish brings yet another angle to celebrate the essence of Thai cuisine. The Thais dare pairing ingredients, which at first seem to be unmatchable, strong players with opposite characteristics, white turmeric and salted prawns, and guess what? It works beautifully!

The pairing actually has the intention to enhance the differences in flavor and texture, creating a playful dish, both in taste and in presentation. The delicate thin cut white turmeric juliennes with its crunchy-apple like texture matched well with the just made salted prawns chunks which still maintain some of their intrinsic sweetness.

It will not be an overstatement to say that banana trees accompany Thai people from their birth to the afterlife. Starting with the decorative objects made out of banana leaves newborns receive to invite protective spirits, and continues their entire life with the endless uses for banana leaves, trunks and fruits; finally ending with the female spirit ghost, maae praai taanee (แม่พรายตานี), who resides in banana trees and Thai beliefs.

If you are looking for a quick and tasty snack try this one. Like a beautiful jewel studded with gems, the yellow corn kernels are peeking through the golden crust… a festive choice for a party, afternoon brunch, or for a buffet table. The sweetness of the corn is beautifully enhanced by the aromatic seasoning; it is truly irresistible that warrants this caveat: double the recipe.

Ajat is extremely simple yet elegant, and when you include it side to deep-fry or oily dishes, it is a knockout. Ajat is commonly served alongside Satay, Murtabak, Fish cakes and other deep fried snacks. Its sweet and sour syrup helps to mellow down the oily richness. You can prepare the syrup ahead of time and assemble it just before serving.

กะปิคั่วเป็นเมนูอาหารประเภทหลนที่ในทุกวันนี้ค่อนข้างที่จะหารับประทานได้ยากตามร้านอาหารทั่ว ๆ ไป และ น้อยคนนักที่จะรู้จัก

โดยอาหารประเภทหลนนั้นเป็นการนำหัวกะทิมาเคี่ยวกับของที่หมักทั้งหลาย เช่น แหนม ปลาร้า เต้าเจี้ยว กะปิ เป็นต้น เพิ่มเนื้อปลา กุ้ง หรือ หมู และ ปรุงรสโดยใช้น้ำปลา น้ำตาลมะพร้าว และ น้ำมะขามเปียก ซึ่งหลนที่อร่อยนั้นจะต้องมีลักษณะเป็นน้ำขลุกขลิก และต้องใช้เนื้อสัตว์ที่บดอย่างละเอียดเป็นส่วนประกอบ

Relishes are perhaps one of the most ancient forms of Thai food. Served with rice and some fresh vegetables normally picked from fences around the house. However, Thai simplicity is never blend.

nam phrik phao is designed to store well, almost indefinitely, and The Thai touch of ancient wisdom guarantees that besides being nutritionally balanced it is very delicious and clearly possesses its own unique personality.

The first Thai restaurant in London was opened during the 1960’s by HRH Princess Jurairat Nasiriman (1910-2000) (พระเจ้าวรวงศ์เธอ พระองค์เจ้าจุไรรัตนศิริมาน), the granddaughter of HRH King Mongkut (Rama IV). Princess Jurairat chose to offer this salad on the menu and named it “Salad of Thai Milkweed Flower”. (Other names: Cowslip creeper, Telosma Cordata).

This fresh and tasty salad is so vibrant and easy for us to enjoy, it takes in the very basic flavors, sweet, salty, hot and sour and wrap them in a creamy coat of reduced coconut cream. The milkweed flower buds retain their crunchiness and their pleasant fragrance with only a gentle and very quick blanching in sweet boiling water.

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