Thai spice mix. This spice blend can be used to impart Thai flavor to meat and seafood, or veggies or grains. You can, also, use it as a dry rub. To make an easy Thai marinade, toss a generous scoop of this seasoning mixture into creamy coconut milk."
Looking for salad dressing recipes? Try this easy Thai Salad Dressing or Thai Peanut Sauce or Dipping Sauce. Creamy peanut sauce recipe without fish sauce, perfect for spring rolls, egg rolls or Asian salad recipe. High in protein.
That peanut butter is relegated to the sandwich while sesame butter (tahini) is seen as an exotic food item is one of the wonderfully preposterous anomalies of American cooking In the rest of the world, especially Asia, peanuts are special, used not only as a garnish but as a main ingredient in sauces One such sauce incorporates coconut milk and classic Thai seasonings: curry paste or powder, nam pla, lime and cilantro
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Thai Seasoning Recipe- this homemade thai spice blend is flavorful and zesty. Add an easy thai spice mix to coconut milk as a marinade or rub on steak or fish. Use in traditional thai recipes. Spice mix is great as a gift and stays fresh for months in an airtight container. www.savoryexperiments.com
The classic, highly aromatic Thai seasoning for seafood includes lemongrass, galangal, lime leaf, hot pepper and coconut milk. Spicy and refreshing, the bright-tasting broth is a mix of sweet, salty, sour and herbaceous. You may substitute mussels or prawns for the clams. (Photo: Karsten Moran for The New York Times)
The combination of a steamy hot summer day with Thai seasonings, mint and watermelon makes for a wonderfully cooling and intensely flavorful soup. Planning an outdoor backyard party in summer? Make this soup and wallow in the praise and love that will surely flow your way! | www.fearlesseating.net