Try one of these fantastic Thai recipes and grill up something tantalizing for your family and friends! As a bonus, many of these recipes can be made in your oven or on top of your stove - nice to know in case the weather doesn't cooperate. You'll love the chicken satay recipe, plus find recipes for grilled fish and salmon, bbq chicken, prawn skewers, grilled steak and ribs, grilled vegetables, even grilled dessert. Enjoy!
There's satay, and then there's homemade Thai satay! If you've never had the real stuff, then you're going to be blown away by the succulent taste of this satay recipe (better than any restaurant)! Strips of chicken or beef are marinated in a special Thai paste, then skewered and grilled on the BBQ, grilled on an indoor grill, or broiled in your oven. Serve with homemade peanut sauce for the ultimate taste sensation (recipe included). A great party food!
This barbecue chicken recipe is truly bursting with flavor. Marinated first in a garlicky sweet and sour sauce, the chicken is then easily barbecued to perfection. Add a sweet, sour, and spicy sauce as either a dip or a glaze, and this dish will be the life of your dinner or lunch party! A recipe you will want to keep in your files - for life. And it can also be "barbecued" in your oven!
This fish recipe can be made outdoors on the barbecue, or you can pan-fry the fish indoors (or grill it on a stove-top grill). You'll love the tenderness of the fish combined with this fantastic, taste-bud-awakening sauce, which can be made anywhere from mild to extra spicy to suit your taste. And nearly any whole "white-fleshed" fish can be used for this recipe (here I've chosen rainbow trout, but feel free to substitute whole snapper, sea bream, talapia, gray mullet, or the fish of your choice). ENJOY!
Vegetarian and vegan satay can be as delicious as regular satay, but there's a secret to good vegetarian satay: a good marinade. This satay marinade recipe comes direct from the Southeast-Asian cooks in my husband's family (Thai and Malaysian), passed down from one generation to another. So if you've been disappointed with other veggie satay you've tried, be sure to give this version a go!
This grilled steak recipe has two names in Thailand, either "Weeping Tiger" or "Waterfall Beef". The steak is easily marinated, then barbequed over a hot grill. Although you can enjoy this steak whole, in Thailand it is traditionally sliced up thinly and served with the very flavorful accompanying sauce. If you like beef, you'll love this dish!
This Thai recipe for grilled halibut steak is easy and can be made with other types of fish as well. The Thai marinade is put together in a matter of minutes, and as a bonus, it doubles as a glaze/dipping sauce. This grilled fish recipe makes a quick and easy meal for everyday, but is also elegant enough to serve at your next barbecue or cookout. Enjoy!
This fantastic recipe for grilled salmon is easy to make and tastes truly heavenly. The special Thai marinade is a perfect match for the richness of salmon, enhancing and bringing out all of its naturally succulent taste. This recipe will show you how to cook salmon easily and quickly, and includes lots of cooking tips to help you get your salmon just right. For best results, look for wild fillets of salmon, or salmon steaks. Finish this dish with a no-cook coconut sauce, and you have the perfect salmon recipe for your barbecue or cookout!
If you like good bbq chicken, try this fantastically delicious Thai Barbecue Chicken! Simple enough to make, and the results are truly satifying. Includes a special marinade that imbues the chicken with taste and gives it that beautiful reddish barbecue color. Serve with a quintessentially Thai sauce that is super-easy to make (no cooking involved!) and gives your bbq chicken that extra hit of flavor. A great recipe to make for everday eating, or for a special cookout or family barbecue. ENJOY!