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Sir Fry Shrimp with Red Chili Peppers (Goong Pad Prik Daeng กุ้งผัดพริกแดง)

I have said many times before but some of you are new here, so I say again--I love shrimp and I think shrimp is a perfect food. If there is only one food that I can choose, then it is going to be shrimp. I love it that much. I usually stock up more than enough medium size shrimp in my fridge so that I can enjoy it as often as I could. 


Sir Fry Shrimp with Red Chili Peppers, Goong Pad Prik Daeng กุ้งผัดพริกแดง, today 's recipe, is one the easiest way to cook shrimp. It would take just 10-15 minutes to whip up this flavorful yet light dish.Though the recipe calls for some spices that you don't normally stock in your pantry, but you can surely get them from most Asian supermarket.  

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Stir Fry Rice Vermicelli with Yen Ta Fo Sauce


If you follow my blog for a while, you probably know that I love noodles. I can eat all day, every day and never get enough. of them. I made many kinds of noodles and shared  many noodles recipes in this blog..However, to be honest, I just learned to make noodles since I moved to Tokyo a couple of years ago because making noodles require effort and some skill--they are something left entirely to pro. However, for stir fry noodles, it's pretty easy even for a novice in the kitchen

Stir fry rice vermicelli with Yen Ta Fo sauce, today's recipe is one of the most popular and well known noodles dishes in Thailand. They are sourly sweet with a hint of spiciness from Yen Ta Fo sauce. (recipe). I usually make my own sauce and highly recommend you to do so.  Please, please don't be scared away by the long list of ingredients, this sauce is pretty easy and quick to whip up. The sauce can be kept in the fridge for a mouth. Aside from adding it to Yen Ta Fo noodles, you can add it into rice vermicelli or glass noodles and turn them into a pretty colored and delightful noodles dishes. 

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Colorful Sweet Coconut in Mini Tarts (Khanom Krachausida กระเช้าสีดา)


Thailand has a long dessert tradition, with too many wonderful sweet treats to list. They come in many shapes, sizes, colors and flavors : sweet and salty, soft and crunchy, fancy and plain. They are regarded as snacks to be enjoyed during any time of the day. 

Many Thai desserts appearance mimic nature : flowers, fruits, vegetables or animals. There are handmade birdflower shaped dumplings filled with minced chicken,flower shaped jasmine cookiesmock pomegranate seed in coconut syrup and so on. They are not only cute, but also adorable and extremely delicious. Thais often buy these savory delicacies to take to their friends or to have on hand at home for visitors, while tourists stock up to bring souvenir for family back home. If you ever been to Thailand, don't forget to pick one for yourself, and when you need a rest, find a tranquil spot, unwrap your treasure and savor the shapes of nature. 

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