Whether you're looking to whip up something different for dinner or just can't get enough of oriental cuisine, eJozi's RecipeBook offers a variety of recipes for both the everyday and entertaining guests. With delectable dishes like 'Crispy Pancake Rolls' and 'Thai Curry with Tofu' you can create tasty snacks as well as delicious meals.
We detail a wide variety of Chinese and Thai recipes from succulent soups and starters like 'Wonton Noodle Soup' and 'Mixed Satay Sticks' to delicious dinners. Traditional dishes such as 'Szechuan Beef' and 'Thai Chicken Fried Rice' are provided, alongside exotic suggestions such as 'Fragrant Thai Swordfish with Peppers', to create an essential guide to cooking Chinese and Thai food.
In Thai cooking there are four flavours: sour, sweet, creamy and salty. Heat sits on top of the four flavours. The secret of a good dish is the right balance of the flavours -- you will find that there are "sweet spots" where the flavour just tastes right.
Thai cuisine is a mixture of Chinese, Indian and Malaysian cuisine. Since Thais are very flexible they have adopted various dishes of these cuisines and added some new ingredients to create a typical Thai cuisine.
For a Thai menu, put everything on the table at once and get everyone to help themselves. The dishes should be balanced between spicy, sweet, sour and salty. The most important dish is the rice which is placed in the middle of the table. The dishes are not served mixed on plates, you take one or two dishes at a time. Eat with a fork and spoon. Take the spoon in the right hand and push food onto the spoon with the fork in the left hand.