Food & Cooking

19 Best Thai Recipes – How to Cook Thai Food

Thai Massaman Curry
(Half Baked Harvest)

If you’re bored of eating the same foods over and over, and want something a little more exciting with a bit more kick, Thai food is your answer. For me at least, I find that Thai cuisine and its spices—along with sweet, sour, and savory notes—always satisfy my hangry moment and cravings with a little more punch.

Related: 32 Best Dumpling Recipes

While you can of course order Thai food delivery, or go to a restaurant for your Thai food fix, you can also easily whip up a dish or two in your kitchen—and enjoy restaurant-quality noods in the comfort of your own home.

From Thai soup and noodle dishes such as Thai Drunken Noodles and Thai Red Curry Noodle Soup, to vegetarian dishes such as Thai Green Curry Tofu and Thai Sweet Chili Green Beans, to dishes for meat lovers such as Thai Style Sweet Chili

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Pernil (Roast Pork) and Pasteles: 2 Dominican Christmas Recipes | Chefs At Home

Miguel Trinidad, Chef and Owner of 99th Floor in New York, NY, shows us how to make traditional Dominican holiday recipes, Pernil and Pasteles!

Video Transcript

MIGUEL TRINIDAD: My absolute favorite is lambí. My mouth is watering just thinking about this because it’s my absolute favorite dish.

Hi, my name’s Miguel Trinidad. And I am the executive chef and owner of 99th Floor. I will be making a couple of Dominican dishes today, the first one being pernil. I’m going to be using some of the meat from that in a second holiday dish called pasteles, very similar to tamales. Let’s get started.

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Pernil goes with every family event that is of any significance in our culture. Might have a turkey at Thanksgiving, we’ll have a turkey and some pernil. At Christmas, we’ll have some pernil. We’re going to start off with a pork leg, which is about

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Fish and seafood recipes to try

Today is Ash Wednesday, marking the first day of Lent and for many Christians that means abstaining from meat. Since many people will be looking to change up their menu until Lent ends on April 3, now is a great time to embrace cooking fish and seafood. During the pandemic, Americans have already started shopping for more seafood to make at home. While we used to consume fish mainly in restaurants, with many places closed or at limited capacity, people have taken to cooking up everything from salmon and scallops to a whole fish in their home kitchens.

If you’re new to buying fish, fear not — with a little bit of an adventurous spirit and some advice from your local grocer or fishmonger, you’ll be cooking up some tasty meatless dishes in no time.

While it’s great to visit a local fish market for your dinner, you can also

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