Quick Thai Dishes

En Gai Tod

Fried Chicken Knuckles

This is a classic Thai snack. As always with Thai cooking we use everything, nothing goes to waste. The “knuckles” of a chicken make a delicious and crunchy snack, packed full of flavour.

Steamed eggs with shrimp

Steamed Egg with Shrimp

Steamed egg was one of my favourite Thai dishes when I was very young. It’s so quick and easy and the soft texture of the cooked eggs makes it a firm favourite with mothers cooking for their children.

Thai style tuna salad

Thai-Style Tuna Salad

Yam Tunah follows on from my last recipe of easy Thai fish dishes I’ve come up with in my free time from my Thai cooking class in Khao Lak. This time you will need a can of tuna and a few simple ingredients to create a zesty, spicy Thai-style Tuna Salad.

Fried chicken wings in fish sauce

Fried Chicken Wings in Fish Sauce

Peek Gai Tod Nam Bplah or Fried Chicken Wings in Fish Sauce as it would be called in English, is a super quick, delicious Thai dish. It only requires three ingredients, nothing exotic or hard to find.

Fried pork with garlic

Fried Pork with Garlic

Khao Muu Tod Kratiem or simply Fried Pork with Garlic is a super simple, quick Thai dish to throw together. It uses very few Thai ingredients.

Fried drunken noodles

Fried Drunken Noodles

Here’s a dish with a funny name when translated into English. Phad Kee Mao means Fried Drunken Noodles. Kee Mao is a heavy drinker in Thai.

Son in Law Eggs

Son in Law Eggs

Khai Luuk Kheeuy or Son in Law Eggs is a quick an easy side dish that would acompany most dishes at my Khao Lak Thai cooking class. The often disputed history of this dish’s name is also funny too.