Thai

Over the past 10 years or so, Thai food has become a truly global cuisine. Thai restaurants are now common place in most major cities and, indeed, in places like Sydney you are likely to find at least one Thai restaurant in every suburb. To those who began a journey into Thai cuisine there, the food in Thailand will represent the next stage in your sensory journey where there are delights aplenty waiting to be discovered.

One of the defining features of Thai food is its enthusiastic use of fresh herbs and spices. The likes of Thai basil, ginger, galangal, turmeric, lemongrass and a variety of chillis are prominently used in dishes ranging from the spicy salads of the North through to the world renowned red and green curries of central Thailand and the Massaman curry originally from the South. These herbs and spices, along with the liberal use of fish sauces, is the source of the balanced and delicate flavour that has made Thai food one of the world’s favourite cuisines.

Another feature of Thai cuisine is the prevalence of street hawker stalls. Often armed with little more than a wok, a gas burner cart and some ingredients, these hawker stalls can whip up the most incredible stir fries in a matter of minutes. Try a Pad Thai from one of these stalls, and you will come to an all new appreciation for the term “fast food”. Or if you’re in the North, seek out the Kai Yang (or as we’d like to call it, the Aromatic Grill), the local’s take on barbeque chicken that is one of the signature street food dishes of Northern Thailand.

At Asian Home Gourmet, we aim to deliver the same sensory experience to you with a range of products featuring some of Thai cuisine’s most well loved recipes. With Asian Home Gourmet’s range of Thai products, bringing the delights of Thai cuisine into your home has never been easier.

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Thai Sweet Chilli Rice

Thai Sweet Chilli Rice

A popular roasted chilli paste or chilli jam in Thailand known as "Nam Prik Pao", it usually makes a delicious accompaniment with rice or snacks....

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Thai Yellow Curry

Thai Yellow Curry

(Nam Prik Kaeng Kari) A blend of turmeric, chillies, cumin and other aromatic curry spices in Thai Yellow Curry, reflects an Indian influence on Thai cuisine.  Makes a delicious dish with meat, poultry, seafood and vegetables....

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Thai Pineapple Rice

Thai Pineapple Rice

(Khao Pad Supparot) Sweet and juicy pineapple is used to enhance the delicate flavour of the rice.  It is usually garnished with raisins, nuts and meat floss and attractively presented in a pineapple....

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Thai Spicy Basil Stir Fry

Thai Spicy Basil Stir Fry

(Pad Kraphao) The fresh basil leaves and red chillies in the spice paste gives fresh vegetables and seafood an aromatic Thai flavour.  For those that like a bit more chilli....

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Thai Pad Thai

Thai Pad Thai

The most famous noodle dish in Thailand, Pad Thai, has a subtle balance of flavours usually served with crushed peanuts, fresh chives and a dash of lime.  A tasty dish that can be served with your preferred meat or seafood....

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Thai Aromatic Grill

Thai Aromatic Grill

(Kai Yang) is Northern Thailand's take on barbequed chicken.  With a full flavour featuring garlic, lemongrass, turmeric and other local herbs and spices, it is a fixture on the grills of roadside stalls across the region and is one of...

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Thai Tom Yum Soup

Thai Tom Yum Soup

Thailand's most famous soup is easy to make with this convenient spice paste that combines the refreshing flavour of lemongrass with fiery chilli peppers.  Put your own flair on this hot soup by just adding prawns and / or chicken...

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Thai Red Curry

Thai Red Curry

(Kaang Daeng) Red Curry is the most popular of Thai Curries.  A delicate mixture of herbs and spices when enriched with coconut cream, makes this dish is a favourite with Thai food lovers.  Can be made with chicken, beef and...

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Thai Green Curry

Thai Green Curry

(Kaang Kiew Wan) An aromatic basil and lemongrass fusion enriched with coconut cream, this famous Thai dish can be served with chicken or beef.  Ideal for those who like a bit of chilli!...

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