Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s Thai recipes
Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s authentic and easy to cook thai recipes to impress friends and family
Thai cuisine is considered to be one of the healthiest foods you can eat. Many of the fresh herbs and spices used in the dishes such as turmeric, fresh chillies, lemongrass and coriander have immune boosting and disease fighting powers. We at Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine have revealed a couple of our favourite and much beloved thai recipes for you to try your hand at;
One of our favourites at Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine is the thai peanut pork which the whole family can enjoy. This is a very simple recipe, but an equally delicious one too. Start by coating a slow cooker with cooking spray. Place the bell pepper strips and pork chops into the slow cooker. Next, pour the teriyaki sauce, vinegar, red pepper flakes, and garlic all over the pork chops, and cook on a low heat until the pork chops are tender, this can take up to 8 hours. Once tender, remove the pork from the slow cooker, and whisk in the peanut butter until smooth. Place the pork back on the slow cooker and cook for another ten minutes. Once you have done this, for top presentation points, sprinkle the pork with green onions and peanuts to garnish. You could even decorate with lime and lemon wedges when serving. The great thing about using a slow cooker is that it frees up your oven and stove for other uses and is a good way to make large meals for the family or for special occasions. It is also very convenient in that it can be left pretty much unattended all day for many recipes, you can put the ingredients in the cooker and get on with the rest of the chores you need to do around the house and come back to a warm meal waiting for you which makes it an excellent choice for a busy day.
One traditional thai dish is the thai prawn soup but is a very versatile dish in that it can be made with different seafood. The soup is thin, and has a hot and delicious flavour. It is eaten with rice and will often be accompanied by a variety of side dishes which are then dipped into the soup itself and eaten. Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine likes to use lots of thai red chillies and coriander for extra flavour.
A lot of people are of the opinion that mangoes in Thailand taste better than mangoes grown anywhere else in the world which makes it the perfect ingredient to use when cooking. We love to make the refined sugar free mango sticky rice. The dish needs no introduction, what could be better than juicy fragrant mangoes stacked on a bed of steamed glutinous rice then topped with rich aromatic coconut cream. For more detail, you can refer to Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s cookbook.