Tuesday, August 12, 2008

for different flavour- - &hearts feed your kids with different flavour

Thai food-yup sweet sour hot spicy
when your kids got bored with the everyday* cooking, make an effort to try a new distinctive flavour to their bud taste.
What I do is, I always keep sort of like a basket- containing papers - on them written recipes from other countries or countries' names..so when I've no idea what to cook, I made a lucky draw from that basket... tadaa..kind of my kitchen adventure - element of surprise ♥ ♥ ♥

some recipes from thailand:

1.Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce
Thai sauces have a distinctive flavour and invariable use a lot of garlic. If you can find, or raise your own, Serrano and Bird's Eye peppers then make the most of them by preparing your own sauce as in this recipe or the Thai Hot Chilli Sauce. Read more...

2.Thai Chicken and Noodle Salad
This one-bowl Asian meal is spicy, salty, sour, and sweet -- all at once. The secret's in the sauce, made from fragrant kitchen standbys. Read more...

3.Thai Fried Chicken Wings with Hot-and-Sour Sauce and Salted Mango
This delicious recipe is courtesy of Jean-Georges Vongerichten and can be found in his cookbook "Asian Flavors of Jean-Georges." Read more...

4.Thai Pineapple Chicken Curry
This is a quick, easy, and authentic Thai curry dish that's sweet and very spicy. Read more...

5.My fav recipes website 101cookbooks
Thai-spiced Pumpkin Soup Recipe
Start with a teaspoon to start and then build from there until the soup has a level of spiciness and flavor that works for your palete .