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Chickpea Thai Curry

Posted on February 28, 2012 by in vegetarian

When I posted this picture of my Chickpea Thai Curry on Face book last week, asking people what they thought it was, most people got the answer right, but did not have faintest idea how to cook it.I was even more amazed at how many people wanted to try and make it. Well, wait no […]

Easy Thai Pork and Spinach Curry!

Posted on August 27, 2015 by in pork

Easy Thai Pork

Easy Thai pork and spinach Curry, born out of necessity for something warm and delicious, yet very quick to prepare. Some times, recipes just work, planets align and the result is way more than you ever intended. So it was with this Easy Thai Pork and Spinach curry. Not exactly a hot curry, but it […]

Thai Green Curry with Pork dumplings

Posted on February 25, 2011 by in pork

Thai Green Curry with Pork dumplings sounds like quite mouthful and that is exactly what it is…a scrumptious, packed-with-flavor-mouthful! Every time I make Thai food, the resounding response I get from my family is: “Mom, you should make this more often!” Heaven only knows why I don’t make it more often, because it is just […]

Green Thai Seafood Curry

Posted on July 9, 2009 by in seafood

Thai Curries are on our menu quite often now and although we vary the main ingredients the basic curry sauce remain the same because I have finally found a rich and creamy Thai curry recipe that has just enough heat to warm up our tummies without offending the little ones in my family!! We also […]

Thai Green Chicken Curry

Posted on May 26, 2009 by in Chicken

Thai Green Chicken curry features on our menu often, It is a breeze to make, affordable and delivers on flavor everytime. When making Thai Food, it is important to have all your ingredients on hand. A hot wok waits for nobody.Slice your vegetables and chicken beforehand and keep all the spices close by. There are […]

Thai Crab Curry

Posted on February 17, 2009 by in seafood

Thailand has always been a destination that I would love to visit some day. Being a foodie, it is however not to explore the many sights in Thailand like the Phra Trimurti Shrine (The God of Love) @ Central World (Bangkok), the many beaches and holiday resorts or any of the beautiful temples, but my […]

Creamy Salmon Curry – go ahead indulge a little!

Posted on July 18, 2018 by in seafood

Creamy Salmon Curry

My Creamy Salmon Curry is so indulgent! You’d want to eat it somewhere in private and not tell a soul about it. Decadent Creamy Salmon Curry – either served with salmon as a portion on days you want to splurge or stretch the salmon if the budget is tight. The trick for me was to […]

Thai Chicken Braai Parcels

Posted on December 21, 2017 by in Chicken

Thai Chicken Braai Parcels

Thai Chicken Braai Parcels – the idea struck me at 4 am this morning. Yes, you may ask why? Well, sleep is not my friend. The Thai Chicken Braai Parcels idea is a great one, I think. I don’t know about you, but we eat a lot of red meat during our holiday in Hermanus. […]

Durban Mutton Curry Recipe – When in Durban, eat curry!

Posted on January 14, 2015 by in lamb, rsg

Durban Mutton Curry

Durban Mutton Curry, the first on my menu when I visit Durban, that is for sure! Durban Mutton Curry, Cape Malay Curry, Bunny Chow, Thai Curry – you can literally travel our beautiful country or travel the world and eat a different curry every day! I saw the recipe for Durban Mutton Curry on Drive […]

Thai Cooking in its most simplistic form……salad rolls

Posted on November 22, 2012 by in vegetarian

Thai Cooking

Thai cooking is so simple and easy and yet most of the students who attend my Thai cooking classes expect something really complicated and  difficult.  If you understand that in Thai cooking the aim is to the get a perfect balance between  3 or 4 fundamental taste senses, sweet, sour, sweet and bitter, then you […]