Posts Tagged ‘Thai food’

Thai-Style Prawn and Mango Curry

Mangoes are readily available now, and as you know I like to cook and eat by the seasons. This delicious curry is often on the menu in our Easy Asian Dinner Party Cooking Class and is always well received. Look for a firm but ripe mango (you want the cubes to maintain their shape in the curry). To save yourself time, you can buy pre-peeled raw prawns, but look for the Aussie ones as they are of a superior quality to those imported from Asia. For wine pairing, I recommend either a Rosé or a Sauvignon Blanc.

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Thai Style Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin, creamy coconut milk and Thai flavourings combine to make a really delicious soup. This freezes well so it’s worth making a double-batch. If you like it hot, add extra chilli!

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Authentic Thai Food in a Gorgeous Setting

I am a big fan of Thai food – I love the balance of flavours, the diversity of ingredients and textures, the bold taste sensations. Surprisingly for a country that has many ties to Asia and numerous Thai restaurants, only a few seem to get it right and create that “wow” factor.  One such restaurant is Sprit House in Yandina, who serves up not only exquisite food but creates an authentic Thai experience in its setting and service.

Crispy Pork Belly

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