Plus 3 other common Thai ingredients and their best replacements.
We’re learning from Leela Punyaratabandhu.
So good that rice is optional
The Southern classic has all sorts of international companions.
These ten recipes (plus some tips) are a great place to start.
15 (savory!) recipes to get you started.
It's easy, and has coconut, too. Enough said?
Try it on this Thai-style one first
Smart, tart, and ready for cooking
Instant zip—and there are plenty more where they came from.
They're sure to curry favor with you. (Forgive the dad joke.)
And then I committed to making it myself.
For starters: vegetarian South Indian cooking, Burmese food, pho, and Bangkok food culture
An unabashedly untraditional interpretation of a classic
Because not every meal is Thanksgiving (even though it seems like it)
In a spicy, peanutty sauce (and just a few minutes away)
Squishy, bouncy, and ready for its big American break
It's made for the saucy, funky, and spicy
And the ingredients are probably already in your pantry
You'll be at the store buying another jar of tamarind concentrate before you know it.
South Asian spices meet the home-sick staple.
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