The bones in these ribs add a lot of flavour to this curry, just as they would to soup. Cook them long and slow in the coconut milk curry until the meat practically falls off the bone and the bone has had chance to flavour the curry stock.
These pan fried ribs are slow cooked and flavoured with turmeric & spices to give a curried flavour. You can find several more rib recipes in the Western Influences section of this site, including my personal favourite, Pan Cooked Sweet Ribs!
A snack straight out of a Bangkok bakery, these little pies are ideal at this time of year with all the western parties. They are mini bite sized pies (pasties) filled with a Thai green curry pork. A mix of west and east. I used store bought puff pastry, but you can also make your own pastry, or even make proper puff pastry.
This dish is a spicy Thai curry softened with coconut milk. Do not omit the coconut milk it is essential to the dish, but the vegetables can be interchanged with western vegetables. If you can't get the green aubergine, use a suitable green frying vegetable rather than purple kind. The curry is ready mixed paste commonly used in Thailand, you can get this from an Asian grocer.
This dish is a Thai red curry made from pineapple, layered pork with the fat included and long green beans. It's quite nice to present it inside the hollowed out pineapple, but that's not essential.
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