This is as close to my moms recipe as I can get with actual measurements since she eyeballs the ingredients and never measures. It is a classic version, and not the spicy or pineapple version you so often see in Thai restaurants. She is a native of Thailand and owned her own fantastic Thai restaurant for many years. This recipe is one of my favorites because it is so easy. The key is to use leftover, cold, jasmine rice and Thai fish sauce ONLY, no soy sauce or it will be Chinese fried rice…
Thai Coconut-Mango Sticky Rice Ingredients: cup jasmine rice or other sweet asian rice 1 ounce) can coconut milk (you can use the light kind if you want, it just makes it a little less rich) cup sugar 1 mango, sliced
Thai Chicken Fried Rice -- One of my absolute favorite go-to recipes. I now always have sesame oil, oyster sauce, and jasmine rice in my kitchen just for this recipe. So much better than the fried rice from any of the local places!
Richvale Natural Foods Jasmine Rice
Fresh, aromatic Jasmine rice from Richvale Natural Foods. This is a special variety of Jasmine rice grown in nearby Richvale, CA by a fellow farmer and friend of the family. This long grain rice has a superb aromatic flavor. Have you eaten at a Thai restaurant and wondered what kind of steamed rice they serve with your meal? This is that kind of rice. Perfect to serve with curry dishes, stir fry, and to use in other Asian cuisine, such as sticky coconut rice and rice pudding.
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This Thai green curry chicken recipe is simple to make, yet tastes like it came from your favorite Thai restaurant. Serve with jasmine rice.
Coconut-Mango Sticky Rice--Loved it. Paired with naan. Took it for lunch the next day with strawberries/blueberries and mango. I didn't have enough coconut milk to make the glaze, but was good without it.
My new favorite dish--Drunken noodles (pad kee mao)- added bean sprouts and a splash of rice vinegar. Had to make due with linguine noodles and wedged yellow onion, but it was still delicious! Plenty of thai basil is key.