This collection shows how versatile Thai recipes are. Whether you are looking for a curry, kebabs, soup, salad or ice cream you will find a recipe here. Delia's recipe for Thai Red Curry Paste can be made in bulk and frozen to use in other recipes including Angel-hair Pasta with Thai Spiced Prawns and Thai Fish Cakes with Cucumber Dipping Sauce.
Pad Thai Noodles with Shrimps and Thai Fishcakes with Sesame and Lime Dipping Sauce can be made in minutes once you have prepared all the ingredients, while Turkey with a Hint of Thai and Spiced Turkey in a Creamed Coconut Sauce will use up any leftover turkey.
A trip to Thailand inspired Delia to recreate this Asian classic when she got home ... and it was well worth it. Give it a try - it's not one of Thailand's most popular dishes for nothing.
Anyone who's been to Thailand will be familiar with lovely chicken satay, served with spicy peanut sauce. Delia's version is quick, easy and extremely tasty.
If you have some Thai Red Curry Paste to hand, these little fish cakes make a wonderfully different first course, especially if the rest of the meal has a spicy theme.
This quick cheat recipe is inspired by Thai flavours of lemongrass and ginger, giving you a wonderful Oriental supper that's quick and easy to make.
This dark, pungent curry paste makes a delightful alternative to dry, ground spices. I have included it in the recipes for Angel-hair Pasta with Thai Spiced Prawns and Thai Fish Cakes with Cucumber Dipping Sauce
For waist-watchers and the health conscious, the growing popularity of filo pastry is, I'm sure, warmly welcomed.
A Thai Tom Yum soup full of flavour and with hardly any fat, this lovely recipe is just as good made with prawns.
You can use trout, sole or plaice for this gorgeous dish: light and luxurious, it's actually dead easy to make and takes no time at all for a recipe that's full of Thai flavours.
These lovely, easy-to-make pork satays are a brilliant addition to any party or buffet - or will be a good light meal at lunchtime.
Coconut, lime and mango are all ingredients found in Thailand and, not surprisingly, this easy cheat dessert would slip down really well after a fiery Asian curry.
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