Yummy Crispy Fried Chicken Lab – Kao Yum Gai Sab

What Is Kao Yum Gai Sab? This is another spicy lab dish from Thailand. We call it Crispy Fried Chicken in Lab. Or Lab Crispy Fried Chicken, up to you. Also up to you is how you attempt to spell it in English as there are at least different spellings – Laab, Larp, Lab, Larb, … Read more

Spicy Pork Salad – Lab Moo

Lab Moo (spicy pork salad) by Joy's Thai Food.

A Classic Thai Food Favorite – Lab Moo (Spicy Pork Salad) Lab Moo (Lahp or Lap Moo) is a traditional Thai food favorite across the nation. It is simply made, but the taste is really something special as you’ll see when you eat this lab we show for you below! One of my husband’s favorite … Read more

Morning Glory Stir-fry (Pad Pak Boong)

Stir-fried Morning Glory (Pad Pak Boong) is a Thai favorite for lunch or dinner when served with Thai Jasmine rice.

Who likes stir-fried morning glory? ðŸ˜Š Pad Pak Boong is one of the most eaten dishes in Thailand on a daily basis. It’s easy to prepare, and the simple tastes are delicious. Just about everyone in the country loves pad pak boong! The really nice part about it is that many people just go find Morning … Read more

Thai Food in a Global Market

Spicy chicken stir-fry represents the spread of Thai food globally.

Stir fried pak boong and shrimp, with some mushrooms. Aroy Maak! (Very delicious Thai food!) [Page updated 23 September 2023] Thai Food Globally! Though most people believe in the uniqueness of traditional Thai cooking, and in the idea of authentic Thai cuisine, in reality, Thai food is the product of the interaction between nations for … Read more

Spicy Lemongrass Salad with Cashews (Yum Ta Krai)

Thai lemongrass spicy salad is a truly authentic traditional Thai dish.

This is a truly authentic traditional Thai dish that few foreigners eat because it’s so simple. It pulls in some of the classic Thai tastes that people in Thailand love and they don’t need anything more once they taste it. There is always some major ingredient like shrimp, chicken, or pork in it so that’s … Read more

Pad Phet Sator (Sator Bean Stir-fry)

Sator with pork and pad gapi - a Thai food favorite.

Pad Phet Sator Moo (Bean Stir Fry with Pork) This dish is one of my husband’s favorites. He really loves the green fava beans. He said he’s never had them in America, but some ethnic groups in New York love them – so he’s heard. This bean is from a large pod that may be … Read more

Pad Priao Wan (Sour and Sweet Stir Fry)

Pad Priao Wan (Sour and Sweet Stir Fry) Pad Priao Wan (Sour and Sweet Stir-Fry) Prepare: 5 tomatoes (each one cut 4 times) 10 big shrimps (peeled, de-veined, cleaned and cooked) 1/4 cup cut onion 1/4 cup cut sweet peppers (yellow, green and red) 1/4 cup sliced pineapple 10-12 partridge eggs (boiled and peeled) 1 … Read more

Thai Food Recipe – Moo Pad Prig No Mai (Pork and Bamboo Stir Fry)

Moo Pad Prig Gab No Mai (Pork and Bamboo Shoot Stir-Fry) Prepare: 1 cup sliced pork or chicken1 cup sliced bamboo shoot (cut long and thin like a tube) 2 tbsp. instant chili paste1 tbsp. minced red chili peppers2 tbsp. sliced kaffir lime leaves1 tbsp. fish sauce1 tbsp. soy sauce2 tbsp. oyster sauce1/2 tsp. sugar1 tbsp. … Read more

Thai Herbs | King Dong Pickled Ginger

Thai Hurbs: King Dong (Pickled Ginger) King Dong (Pickled Ginger) Prepare: 1 kg. young ginger 4 cups water 3 tbsp. salt 3 lemon limes 1 cup vinegar 2 cups sugar Cooking Instructions: 1. Peel the ginger and slice it very thin. Soak it in water mixed with 2 tbsp. of salt for 20 minutes. 2. … Read more

Thai Rice Recipe | Kao Mun Gai (Chicken)

Thai Food Recipe: Kao Mun Gai (Chicken and Rice with Fermented Soybean Sauce) Prepare: 1 whole chicken (boiled) 1 tbsp. minced garlic 2 tbsp. olive oil 1 cup uncooked jasmine rice 4 big pieces of gourd or radish 1 group coriander (cut 1 inch) 1 tbsp. minced old gingers 1 tbsp. fermented soybean 1 tbsp. … Read more