What should we say about this chef’s favorite appetizer. We just name it Special Sampler and what is different about this dish is the special combination of Fried Spring Rolls, Thai Dumpling, Coconut Shrimp and Thai Calamari. Best of the Best.
2. TOFU TOD
In Thailand, you find the fried tofu sold at the same stall or cart with fried taro. It is a wonderful snack even for those who are not so fond of tofu because the sweet cilantro and peanut sauce makes up for the bland tofu. I highly recommend this as a snack or appetizer even if you are not a vegetarian.
3. FRIED SPRING ROLLS
This spring roll recipe can be made vegetarian with tofu, or with baby shrimp if you prefer. Brimming with vegetables and lots of flavor, these spring rolls make a great appetizer or party food. And they’re surprisingly easy to make. Get some help from your children or guests with the rolling, and you’ll be crunching on these delicious spring rolls in no time. As a bonus, this spring roll recipe is also fresher and healthier than the spring rolls you’ll find in most restaurants. ENJOY!
Stream and lightly salted green soybean in their pods which are rich in proteins and Vitamins A, B and C.
5. SATAY KAI
Satay of course is originally an Indonesian/ Malay dish, but it has been in Southern Thailand for a very long time. This is a Thai version. A peanut dressing accompies these snacks. Thai High Satay. Grilled Chicken With Thai Black Pepper, Lemon Grass, Galangal And Kaffir Lime. Chicken marinated in our special sauce. Skewered and grilled to perfection served with originally Thai style home made peanut sauce and cucumber salad.
6. THAI DUMPLING
Golden fried garlic and sweet soy sauce make a delicious accompaniment to these delicate steamed chicken dumplings. Well seasoned minced chicken meat serve with Thai home made vinegar soy sauce. Choice of Steam or fried. Chinese-style steamed dumplings or “pot stickers” are enjoyed throughout the world, notably in America they’re often sold ready-made in the freezer section of supermarkets. Here we’ve perfected a Thai steamed dumpling, called “Pun Sip Neung” or “Pun Clip Neung”. Pun meaning roll, sip (or clip) meaning sealed, neung meaning steamed. Served with a generous amount of fried garlic, and garnished with fresh cilantro and Thai chile peppers, these are loaded with flavor and ready to eat without a dipping sauce.
7. COCONUT SHRIMP
Tender shrimps with crispy coconut coating, served with Thai plum sauce.
8. THAI CALAMARI
Marinated squid in garlic and Thai spices and deep fried, serve with Thai sweet and sour sauce.
8a.FRIED ONIONS OR FRIED GREEN CHAYOTE