This Thai chicken salad is easy to make and pops with flavor. As a bonus, it's low in calories and fat while remaining extremely high in taste. The chicken is marinated in a light peppercorn marinade, then grilled (or oven-broiled) and served over a bed of cool greens together with a tangy Thai dressing.
Try this Thai recipe for Grilled Scallops with Peaches and Red Pepper! Here local peaches have been substituted for mango, which I find works better with the fresh taste of the scallops. Either bay scallops or sea scallops can be used in this recipe, and both are equally delightful. Perfect for a cookout or barbecue party! ENJOY!
If you like chicken satay, but not all the work that goes into cutting and skewering the chicken, then this grilled chicken recipe makes a good satay substitute. It starts with a fantastically flavored peanut marinade/sauce. Ground peanuts combine with tamarind to create that powerful Thai combination of sweet and sour, spicy and salty. ENJOY!
26. Thai BBQ Ribs
This fantastic recipe for grilled fish starts with fresh or frozen whole sardines. Sardines are extremely healthy - an excellent source of omega-3, B12, selenium, and other important nutrients - they're also one of the cleanest and safest fish to eat. While most people associate sardines with the canned variety, "real" sardines are something else entirely. You'll love the tenderness of this easy fish recipe, which includes a dry barbecue rub slathered on the fish before grilling followed by "buttery" Thai sauce that makes this dish truly gourmet!