Thai Cooking Recipes
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We all love Thai cuisine but what’s the best way to prepare it? Find out through our monthly recipes – brought to you by us from the island’s top chefs. Tips, short cuts to great taste and useful tips to ensure you make the best of the best – Thai food at its dizzy heights, up where it belongs.Read More
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When planning dishes for a Thai dinner, a spicy salad is pretty much a must – it’s considered a good healthy starter. This month we went to the Dusit Thani Laguna Resort’s kitchen and learned about Chef Pachon’s Thai spicy beef salad with crispy egg plant. It’s simple to make and delicious to eat. Read More...
Is there such a thing as a 'typical' Thai dish? Given the varied cuisines of Thailand's different provinces it's hard to put your finger on just one. However, in the realm of seafood perhaps prawns in tamarind sauce would be a good choice of culinary ambassador for the kingdom. Read More...
Colin Stevens, Executive Chef of Centara Karon Resort is the first non-Thai guest to help us add more dishes in our recipe collection. And he’s no common-or-garden chef, either. He’s also an actor and stunt man with credits on some major films. But cooking is his passion, and Thai food is among other things he enjoys doing very much. Read More...
It’s April, the hottest month in Thailand. So our April recipe is something that will definitely heat up your kitchen. And to get this recipe we headed to the resort town of Khao Lak, north of Phuket, to meet with Chef Prasit Ngamsirisak of the Khaolak Merlin Resort. Read More...
For this month’s Thai recipe, Phuket.com went into the five-star kitchen at Trisara Phuket and talked to one of the top chefs there, Chalermchai Prakobkit. He took us through the creation of a simple yet delicious dish called yam pla salmon (grilled salmon salad with Thai herbs). Read More...
Pairoj Kaoropwongchai has been a chef for about 25 years. He joined the Hilton Phuket Arcadia Resort & Spa in 2004 when the hotel was rebranded, and helped launch the resort’s new Thai Thai restaurant. Originally from Bangkok, Chef Pairoj learned to cook both Thai and Chinese food from many people. Read More...
Our theme this month is The Beach. So when it came to food we really had no choice – it had to be seafood. Here’s a nice simple recipe for Thai fried rice with seafood, given that special treatment by Chef Nara Suttichanond of the Holiday Inn Phuket Resort. Read More...
Anut Koonmark is a native of Srisaket, in the northeast of Thailand. He joined the JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa recently as Executive Sous Chef. After graduating in kitchen training from the Tourism Authority of Thailand Training Institute in Bangkok in 1992, he started work in the kitchens of the Oriental Hotel. Read More...
For the past seven years Chef Phudon Prachum has been executive chef, in charge of six kitchens, at the Cape Panwa Hotel in Phuket. Before that he worked as a chef in many countries, including Iran, Saudi Arabia, Cyprus and Japan. Here, he talks with Phuket.Com about his life as a chef. Read More...Rate This Place: ( votes)