Love that delicious convenient street food but want to try making them at home instead? Here we have recipes for satays, noodles, rice dishes, snacks, sweets and more.
Despite its Thai sounding name, nasi pattaya originated from Malaysia. It's a simple fried rice in omelette parcel ; available at malay hawker stalls and usually served with sliced cucumber, tomato and drizzled with ketchup or chilli sauce.
This sweet coconut stuffed pancake roll is usually served as a snack at teatime. It is also known as Kueh Ketayap.
This is a popular Chinese dish in Singapore and Malaysia.
Why go out for Indonesian when you can make it at home? This delicious chicken satay recipe calls for chicken marinated in a peanut, soya and citrus sauce. Perfect for a party or BBQ.
A simple fried noodle dish that you can eat for lunch or dinner.
This is an original Indonesian satay recipe. I hope all you cooks around the world can enjoy it! You can grill or barbecue the chicken and serve with some hot chilli on the side.
This is a street food classic. When frying the chillies, the all too familiar choking fragrance of the chillies is emitted from the kitchen. For added luxury, put a fried egg on top.
This anytime snack is like a doughnut, but slightly more dense. They are best eaten warm.
A classic breakfast for Thai people. It's great because it is warm, mild and filling, without being too heavy.
An authentic Thai hot and sour soup. Do not attempt to omit the coriander, as this is essential. Use Thai basil instead of regular basil if you can find it. Tom yum paste is hot, so try the soup before adding the chilli and decide if any extra heat is required.