Soy Sauce

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.

Chinese style pork rib soup

Pork Rib Soup Chinese Style

My Chinese style pork rib soup or Kraduug Muu Tun Yaa Gin as we call it here in Thailand is a dish I remember well from my childhood. It’s one of the many Thai dishes that has immigrated over from China.

Rad Naa

Noodles with Pork in Gravy

Noodles with pork in gravy or simply Rad Naa as we call this dish in Thai is a Chinese style noodle dish. Rather than the usual Thai way of cooking noodles, this dish is served in a thick gravy style sauce.

Simple pork prep ingredients

Simple Pork Prep

I use pork a lot when teaching at my Thai cooking class in Khao Lak, especially in stir-fries. My pork prep will make the pork softer and even more tasty.

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.

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Pork and Cucumber Soup

Tom Jued Tang Kwa Yad Sai or pork and cucumber soup is a Chinese style clear soup. It uses simple ingredients that should be readily available at your local supermarket.

Thai stir fried vegetables

Stir Fried Vegetables

Phad Pak simply means stir fried vegetables. That about the most difficult thing to remember as everything else about this vegetarian Thai dish is super easy from here on.

Clear omelette soup

Clear Omelette Soup with Pork

Nam Jued Kai Nam is a simple clear soup with a nice mix of greens, pork, noodles and the key ingredient, an omelette. I just love these Thai soups and they are so quick to make and really tasty.

Clear Thai Soup

Clear Soup with Tofu and Pork

I thought about adding this simple clear soup to my Khao Lak Thai cooking class menu but it’s so easy to make I can just explain how to make it here instead. No extra tuition required 😉