You can probably only name a few Thai dishes, and chances are - if you're not Thai - you've only ever had them in a restaurant. And there's good reason: Thai food isn't about being easy to make, and it's not about simple delights and flavors. It's about finding a harmony between a wide variety of flavors and ingredients. Challenging? Yes. Rewarding? Well, you know it when you taste it.How To Make Malaysian Chicken Satay
1. How To Make Malaysian Chicken Satay
In the first episode of our brand new series Asian Bites Rich Harris shows you how to make a traditional Malaysian style chicken satay. This dish combines rich peanuts with aromatic herbs and spices, and is a great dish for entertaining.
2. Thai Shrimp and Coconut Sprouts
For a spicy soup that has the flavor of Thai cuisine your best choice has to be this Shrimp and Coconut Sprouts in Spicy Tom Yum Soup.
3. Thai Pot Noodle
Have you ever wondered whether you could re-create a pot noodle, but actually make it taste edible? This version tastes so amazingly fresh and vibrant, plus the bowl of authentic Thai flavours is virtually fat-free too!
4. Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce
Learn how to make Thai Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce and Cucumber Sauce, an easy Thai recipe that will impress your guests and family.