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How to Make Thai Fried Shallots

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How to Make Thai Fried Shallots | Thai-foodie.com

Let’s be honest. When I think of the average American soup, I think cozy, heart-warming, but sorta boring.

A bowl full of warmth, but usually not packed with varying flavors and textures, which is fine for those times when you are sick and just need warm sustenance.

But Thai soup is a different story and bland and boring are adjectives unheard of when describing Thai soup, or really Thai food!

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How to Make Easy Weeknight Thai Sausage

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How to Make Easy Weeknight Thai Sausage | Thai-foodie.com

“Wow! This is soooo good!!” My Thai Hubby mumbled out as he ravenously stuck another spoonful of the Thai sausage, with a spicy, zesty dipping sauce and jasmine rice in his mouth.

Its flavors of tangy kaffir lime leaf, spicy, heart-warming Thai red curry paste, and a hint of sweetness drew us in so much that each bite was like going to the cozy house of a welcoming host who makes you feel so part of the family you never want to leave. 

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Authentic Crispy Thai Spring Rolls Recipe

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Authentic Thai Crispy Fried Spring Rolls | Thai-foodie.com

Walking down the street in Bangkok and just hearing the ploppity, plip, plat of Thai spring rolls frying up to golden perfection made my mouth water. I couldn’t resist buying a little baggy of them, and hearing that loud crunch after my first bite into their crispy layers as the tender steaming hot goodness of bean vermicelli noodles, shredded cabbage and ground pork flooded my mouth.

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How to Make Spicy Lime Thai Cashew Nuts

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How to Make Spicy Lime Thai Cashew Nuts | Thai-Foodie.com

A potluck charcuterie hike to an epic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains where we feast on our spread and celebrate my friend’s birthday? Yes please! I was over the moon to attend. But I was stumped because I wanted to bring something Thai, but all the fancy cheeses, dried apricots, figs, salami, crackers, bread and such that are on a charcuterie are more European and rarely seen on a Thai table.

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Thai Chicken Satay Recipe with Peanut Sauce

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Thai Chicken Satay Recipe with Peanut Sauce | thai-foodie.com

You are an ex-pat in Bangkok walking on a cluttered sidewalk under a night sky whose darkness is drowned out by the loud multitude of city lights.

Your eyes used to sparkle with wonder at the city life waking up right when you finished work, and you’d merrily jump into the melee, but now your eyes are glazed over from the stress fog of living in a culture that’s not one you grew up in, plus you’re feeling hangry angst.

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How to Make Spicy Thai Basil Chicken | Pad Krapaw

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How to Make Spicy Thai Basil Chicken | Pad Krapaw | Thai-Foodie.com

Thai Hubby’s favorite mornings as a kiddo were when he’d wake up  to the sound of his Yaa (grandma) bok bok-ing garlic and chiles to make Pad Krapaw Gai, Spicy Thai Basil Chicken.

The irresistible smell of garlic and Thai chilies was the one thing that would rouse him from his sweet dream of finally getting to level 12 on the game he’d played the night before at his town’s Internet cafe.

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