Thai Cooking Blog

Pad Pak Riang

Stir Fried Riang Leaves With Eggs

Riang leaves are quite chewy and have a creamy texture when eaten. It is a delicious ingredient for Thai soups and stir fries. For my recipe it will been one of the main ingredients, simply stir fried with eggs.

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.

Myanmar Tea Salad

Myanmar Style Tea Leaf Salad

When I first tried this simple salad I was completely hooked by it’s spicy and sour taste. It is not something I teach at my Thai cooking class and it’s actually not something easy to find on any Thai menu. So how come it features here you might ask?

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.

Mango smoothie

Mango Smoothie

This mango smoothie recipe does not use syrup. I used normal natural yoghurt but you can use low fat yoghurt if you wish.

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.