A Classic Thai Menu!
- pork spare ribs
- cilantro roots
- black pepper
- soy sauce
- seasoning sauce
- oyster sauce
- sugar (optional)
- Fried garlic and cilantro for garnish
A Classic Thai Menu!
A perfect smoothie for breakfast!
Place all the ingredients in a blender, starting with the solid ingredients. Blend on smoothie mode until smooth and creamy. Enjoy!
For 2 servings:
Although I have been spending most of the time away from home these past two months with my work, I still can’t believe that it’s been over two months since my last post! Anyhow, I am now back in Vancouver full time again and am planning on updating the site more often. Today I made steamed lingcod with soy sauce, green onion and ginger. This is a chinese dish that has gained popularity in Thailand and considered a common Thai-Chinese menu there. …
In case you are wondering, this is not a sushi roll ;)! This is a Thai-fusion dessert. It adds a little twist to one of the most well-known Thai dessert, Mango with sticky rice. If you love the traditional dessert I’m sure you will enjoy this very much!
Condensed milk and ice cream are two things that my brother and I absolutely love! Combining the two together? Mind. Blown. ;)
Yesterday I had 6 egg yolks from making Choi Pong Hai so I decided to make an Ice Cream with them. With only 3 ingredients involved, this condensed milk ice cream is super easy (and delicious!). The key is to use really fresh eggs because the egg yolks will remain raw. For this recipe I prefer the yolks raw since condensed milk already gives it that rich, thick texture. Alternatively you can cook the yolks as well. I typically refer to this Alton Brown’s recipe from Food Network for the ice cream custard base (with cooked egg yolks).
Guay Tiew Lui Suan (Thai Salad Roll) is perfect for an afternoon snack or a light dinner. If you love Vietnamese Salad Roll, I definitely recommend giving this menu a try. It is super healthy and delicious!
Salad Roll Filling
Happy Canada Day! Strawberry shortcake, with its beautiful red and white colours, is a perfect dessert for today! This is a Japanese style cake. I used maple syrup in this recipe because 1. maple syrup is simply amazing! and 2. maple syrup makes it somewhat Canadian right? :)…
Grapefruit Granite was the most amazing dessert that my friend and I had when we visited Jean-Georges restaurant in NYC earlier this year. It was so delicious and very refreshing. The grapefruit icy, vanilla meringue and tonic water jelly just go so well together. I decided to give this a try this weekend. It is quite simple and I highly recommend this for anyone looking for a great citrusy dessert for the summer….