Thai Foods Ep.5


Clay Pot Glass Noodles (Vegan)

by Thomas M.Tillman
What You'll Need: Here are all the ingredients for the recipe. The fresh mushrooms and veggies are used as toppings and you can substitute with whatever you prefer. However, I recommend including some kind of mushrooms as they provide a chewy, substantial texture. Vegetarian oyster sauce soy sauce black/dark soy sauce sugar toasted sesame oil glass noodles white and black peppercorns mixed mushrooms and veggies of your choice pressed tofu (optional) green onions (optional) dried shiitake mushrooms cilantro stems garlic ginger How to Make Claypot Glass Noodles Here's a bird's eye view of the process, but be sure to check out the full video tutorial in the recipe card below to ensure success! Soak glass noodles. Pound garlic, cilantro stems and white peppercorns into a rough paste. Mix all sauce ingredients. Mix the sauce with the noodles. Saute herb paste, ginger, and shiitake mushrooms. Add noodles and (...)

Crispy Pad Thai - Mee Krob Song Kreuang

by Thomas M. Tillman
Dressing Up Mee Krob The "mother recipe" for this dish is mee krob or sweet and sour crispy noodle treats which can be eaten as snacks on their own, and are very addictive. But this dish is a great way to dress up the mee krob and turn them into a meal. To be honest I think once you start snacking on mee krob, you'll probably eat it all in a very short time, so if you want to make crispy pad thai I suggest setting some aside in advance. Not to mention it's easier to make it from noodles that have not been compacted into blocks. Sweet and sour crispy noodles (mee krob) can be served on their own as addictive snacks What You'll Need: Here are all the ingredients you'll need to make mee krob song(...) Continue

The Only Steak Marinade You Need + Thai "Jeaw" Dipping Sauce

by Thomas M. Tillman
Thai Marinade, Universally Delicious The main stars of this marinade are oyster sauce and soy sauce, with just a touch of sweetness added in. This combo creates intensely umami flavours that compliment the beef perfectly - and the little bit of sugar is the secret to balancing the salt and giving you those smokey-flavoured grill marks. These sauces are Asian, but they have relatively neutral flavours that (...) Continue

Authentic Thai Drunken Noodles Recipe - Pad Kee Mao

by Thomas M. Tillman
Ingredients: Here are all the ingredients for drunken noodles. You can change up the vegetables and I love using carrot and Chinese broccoli, though traditionally baby corn, long beans, and straw mushrooms are often added. Golden Mountain Sauce Oyster sauce Fish sauce Soy sauce Sugar Chinese broccoli Carrot Young peppercorns Fingerroot (...) Continue

Crispy Fried Egg Salad (Yum Kai Dao)

by Thomas M. Tillman
Yum Kai Dao in Thailand This is a very basic dish in Thailand; the kind you'd find in any food court or made at home, but not in nice sit-down restaurants. I had this often in my school cafeteria and it was always a treat whenever it was offered. So if you make it less spicy, it can be a very kid-friendly dish as well. Even though it is a salad, as with all salads(...) Continue