Thinly sliced pork shoulder briefly seared then stir fried with vegetables! A quick and easy stir fry recipe, Twice Cooked Pork is perfect for weekday dinners!
Twice cooked pork is originally made with thinly sliced pork belly, here I had some leftover pork shoulder so this is the meat I used for this recipe. Pork shoulder is a great cut to use for any Asian style stir fry recipes. Make this recipe the exact same way with pork belly if you can.
Chicken chop suey, spicy chicken and vegetable stir-fry, so delicious!
Chop suey is a quick stir fry of assorted vegetables and meat or tofu. It’s a delicious and versatile dish, budget friendly, you can make it with whatever vegetables you have on hand, pepper, cabbage, etc. It can also be made with pork, beef, duck or tofu.
Rubies of Thailand, a deliciously sweet Thai dessert made with water chestnuts and coconut milk.
This dessert is one of the most famous desserts of Thailand. It is called “Rubies of Thailand” because rubies can be found in Thailand and that is why it is generally served in this beautiful red color. Its name in Thai language is Tab Tim Grob or ทับทิมกรอบ.
Fun and very easy to make, this dessert combines different textures: gummy outside, crispy inside, and the coconut milk is velvety sweet. When it is available on the menu, I always choose this dessert, it is perfect to end a hot and spicy Thai meal on a sweet note.