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Thai Dishes

from Gimme Some Oven

Tom Kha Gai (Thai Coconut Chicken Soup)

Yep, I’ve got another Thai recipe for you this week. And I’m not even sorry about it.  :) Because after my recent success finally figuring out how to cook my favorite noodle dish (homemade drunken noodles for the win!!), I was feeling all inspired to round out my repetoire with some of my other favorite Thai dishes. …

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from The Woks of Life

Thai Basil Chicken (Gai Pad Krapow)

This Thai basil chicken recipe takes just 3 minutes to prepare and 7 minutes to cook. Served along with steamed rice, it's restaurant food, fast.

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from Tales From The Kitchen Shed

Easy Bombay Potatoes

Easy Bombay Potatoes - the best ever Indian Spiced Roasties. The perfect partner for any curry recipe or to spice up your Sunday Roast !

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from The Wanderlust Kitchen

Thai Cashews with Chicken

Thai Chicken with Cashews ~ It is the single most delicious dish on the planet!

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Our version of Pad Thai uses Thai noodles, juicy chicken and sugarsnap peas for sweetness and crunch. Not forgetting one of the key flavours - tamarind. Originally from Africa, tamarind has that sweet and sour flavour we most commonly associate with this popular, much loved dish. Click to get the Full Recipe and £25 OFF your first order (if you want all the ingredients delivered to your door)!

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Slimming recipe: Thai sweet chilli chicken salad.

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from Scrummy Lane

15-minute Thai basil pork stir-fry (Pad Ga Prao)

A Thai basil stir-fry just like what you'd find on the streets of Bangkok - and it's ready in just 15 minutes!

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from foodiecrush

Shrimp In Thai Coconut Sauce

Sweet shrimp is cooked in a creamy coconut sauce with bell peppers for an easy weeknight dinner | foodiecrush.com

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Our version of Pad Thai uses Thai noodles, juicy chicken and sugarsnap peas for sweetness and crunch. Not forgetting one of the key flavours - tamarind. Originally from Africa, tamarind has that sweet and sour flavour we most commonly associate with this popular, much loved dish. Click to get the Full Recipe and £25 OFF your first order (if you want all the ingredients delivered to your door)!

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