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Crispy and Sweet Red Snapper with Ginger

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Seafood might be the most special protein source in my household. We love fish, prawns calamari, crabs, and all the sea produce, but the city we stay in India is far away from the sea and fresh seafood can be demanding and expensive. We did our best to savor the taste of the sea while

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Prawn and Calamari Tempura

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Yesterday I showed you how to make Tempura Flour. I use this formula in various deep fried dishes. It gives beautifully crunchy texture to the food. Today it’s time to put this tempura flour to test! Usually tempura batter is made with eggs and flour with some seasoning and super chilled water. It’s very easy and

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Kaeng Som Pla Tu

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One of my favorite parts about cooking is the fragrance of the food. I grew up eating fresh homegrown produce. I remember how we rarely purchased any ingredients other than fish sauce and occasionally seafood. Fresh herbs were picked in a garden behind the house. They were galangal, lemon grass, Thai ginger, kaffir lime leaves,

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Rad Na Goong (Noodle in Gravy with Shrimp)

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Rad Nar is comfort food. It’s a kind of food you can have for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’s the type of food you can have every day. Lad Nar is a quick noodle dish. It’s sold everywhere in Thailand. There is many version of this dish, depending on what ingredients you add in a

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Three Flavors

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In Thailand, when we go out to eat, we always order Three-Flavored Fish. It’s crispy fried fish loaded with fresh herbs and intense spicy dressing. The beautiful garnishes cover every inch of the oozing delicious fish. The dish is perfect with strong drinks. Most of the time, it’s served along chilled alcoholic beverage. We also have

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Fried Tilapia with Thai Chili and Tomato Chutney

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Sun rises over the horizon. I always love that we have a small balcony on the east where every morning we can enjoy the thousands way the sky is painted by lights and clouds in the soothing cold air. It’s one of the best things to see in the morning. I am lucky. I also

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Canned Fish with Glass Noodle

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A few posts ago, I told you about the essential of canned sardines in Thai kitchens. It’s one of the most spontaneous ingredients in our cooking. There are rainbows of things you can make from canned fish. This is another one. You might find it strange, but believe me, it’s delicious. You won’t find Canned Fish

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Canned Fish Salad

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Canned Sardine in Tomato Sauce is one of the beloved household essentials in Thailand. When I was a kid, though my mom cooked it so simple and so often, the dishes she delivered had never failed to be so wonderful. Back then, in rainy season, when the farmers worked to nurture the rice plants in

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Tofu with Crab

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It’s funny I think I’m kind of mean to my kid sometimes. Yaseen is scared of crab. He is not a fan of any kind of shellfish either. But he loves tofu you see. So it’s so wicked of me to combine these two ingredients together. I love how tofu is so nutritious, but it

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Thai Yellow Fish Curry

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Sorry I have been slow on blogging lately. I just got back from a short trip to Kerala. Sadik’s cousin sister got married and we had to attend this beautiful event. At the same time, in Thailand my mom got a fractured spine and had a major surgery. She’s in recovery now and I’m so

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