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Thai Curry Pastes, Sauces, & Marinades

Red, Green, and Yellow are the colors of the three most popular Thai curry pastes. These taste-explosion pastes work with everything from Thai meat dishes to vegetables and seafood - even noodles. In this category you'll also find Thai sauces and marinade recipes including how to make Thai sweet chili sauce.

Thai Green Curry Paste
Thai green curry paste is surprisingly easy to make. Added to meat dishes as well as seafood or noodles, this paste will create a wide range of Thai dishes that are certain to please. Use right away or store in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

Thai Yellow Curry Paste
Thai yellow curry paste is so versatile, you'll want to try it with a variety of meat, seafood, noodle and soup recipes. This fragrant yellow curry paste makes Thai food easy to cook, and quick as well, especially if you make the paste ahead of time and keep it on hand in the refrigerator.

Thai Red Curry Paste
This Thai red curry paste is red hot. Check your spice-o-meter when preparing this paste, adding less fresh chilli if you prefer milder dishes. Red curry paste makes for excellent Thai food, including meat, chicken, and seafood curries, vegetarian curries, or noodles.

Penang Red Curry Paste Recipe
Thai Red Curry and Penang Curry are similar. The difference is that the Penang version carries with it flavors from distant places - Malaysia, Burma, India (Penang is a state in northern Malaysia). Try this homemade red curry recipe with beef, chicken, tofu, wheat gluten, or beans and vegetables - you'll love its aroma and unique blend of...

Thai Massaman Yellow Curry Paste Recipe
Massaman curry hails from the south of Thailand. Similar to Malaysian curries, and with some similarities to Indian, Thai Massaman is a yellow curry that features warm spices such as cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. With lemongrass, fish sauce, and other classic Thai ingredients added, this curry is brimming with all the flavor and richness of...

Easy Thai Magic Paste Recipe
Magic paste is one of those 'secret Thai' ingredients that gives Thai food its wonderful and unique taste. I'm not sure who coined the term, but I know of so many Thai chefs who start with this paste that I suppose someone finally decided to give it a name. And it is indeed a magical thing! - you'll approve of the name too, once you make it! ...

Easy Thai Sweet Chili Sauce Recipe
Try this easy Thai Sweet Chili Sauce Recipe which can be made in just minutes and is far healthier than store-bought varieties. You'll find this sweet chili sauce makes a great dip with Thai or Chinese appetizers and snacks. It's also very good with roast or grilled chicken and pork, or shrimp and shellfish.

Thai Chili Sauce
Although you can buy the famous Thai chili sauce "nam prik pao" already prepared of you in most Asian food stores, I prefer making my own homemade version, which is much healthier and oh so tasty!

Thai Peanut Sauce/Dip
While most Western versions of Thai peanut sauce are made with peanut butter, this recipe starts with real peanuts - and you'll taste the difference! At the same time, it's super easy and quick to make. This peanut sauce can be used for a variety of purposes, from a dip for veggies to a sauce for chicken sate or a cold noodle salad.

Easy Sweet & Sour Sauce
This recipe for sweet and sour sauce is easy and tastes so much better than store-bought mixes. It's also healthier for you (no additives or preservatives). Use this sauce to create your own sweet and sour chicken pork, tofu, and more. You'll love the tangy flavor of this sauce, and it can be made as spicy or mild as you like - great either...

Pad Thai Sauce Recipe
Pad Thai sauce is very easy to make, and this pad thai sauce recipe will tell you how to do it. Pad Thai noodles are becoming very popular around the world, and can easily be made at home if you have the right ingredients. The key to good pad thai sauce is tamarind. Tamarind is a kind of tropical fruit that comes in pods. For pad thai sauce,...

Fresh Mango Sauce/Dip
This Mango Sauce/Dip is very easy to make, and wonderful tasting. A little coconut milk helps enhance the mango flavor and create a very tropical tasting sauce. Use it as a dip for cooked shrimp (great with coconut shrimp!), or whatever appetizers you happen to be serving up. You can also use this mango sauce in stir-fries, such as mango...

Tangy Thai Sauce
Looking for a Thai sauce to slather over your favorite entree? Try this tangy Thai sauce recipe! Great over chicken, pork, fish, seafood, or even tofu, this Thai sauce makes an incredible marinade and dipping sauce. A balance of spicy, sweet, and sour, with a touch of saltiness, this Thai sauce imbues foods with loads of flavor without adding...

Thai Tom Yum Paste / Marinade
This Thai Tom Yum paste is more than a just a soup base. Did you know that Tom Yum paste makes an exquisite marinade for all types of fish and seafood? This homemade tom yum paste recipe is easy to make - just whip it up in your mini food-chopper or food processor. ENJOY!

Thai BBQ Sauce Recipe
This homemade Thai BBQ Sauce Recipe really is the best, plus it's easy to make. It's dark, tangy-sweet, and a little spicy in flavor, and will give your meats, chicken, fish or seafood, or just plain old burgers that delicious summer BBQ taste you're looking for. My husband loves equally well on both salmon and steak - he even warms up a little extra and has it on the side with rice! If you don't have fish sauce, just use a little extra soy sauce, and enjoy this Easy Thai BBQ Sauce recipe!

Easy Thai Sweet Chili Sauce Recipe
Try this Easy Thai Sweet Chili Sauce recipe - it's super-easy to make and tastes better than the store-bought version. You can adjust the spice level to suit your taste, as well as the sweetness-sourness balance. Thai sweet chili sauce makes a superb condiment for many Thai dishes - excellent with chicken and fish/seafood! Also wonderful as a...

Thai Marinade Recipes
Thai marinades are among the most flavorful in the world, and they aren't difficult to make. These delicious Thai marinades will turn your chicken, pork, beef, fish, seafood, or tofu into a wonderful-tasting entree, whether you're grilling, baking, or broiling. ENJOY! ?

Top Thai Pastes & Sauce Recipes
For Thai paste and sauce that tastes authentic and is simple to make, try one of these delicious recipes! Making your own Thai paste or sauce isn't difficult, and the results taste SO much better than the store-bought variety. Also, because you're making them yourself, you'll get healthier Thai dishes that also taste fresher. Use these pastes and sauces to create a variety of delicious Thai dish…

Thai Curry Powder Blend (Easy Recipe!)
This easy Thai Curry Powder recipe makes one of the best curry powders I've ever tried. It's also fun to put together, and can make a wonderful gift once it's dressed up in a pretty bottle. This curry powder makes superior tasting curry and is much healthier than store-bought curry powders, which tend to have 'fillers' such as cornstarch and...

Easy Satay Sauce Recipe
For authentic flavor, try this Easy Satay Sauce recipe! While most Western versions of satay sauce are made with peanut butter, this Thai recipe starts with real peanuts - and you'll taste the difference! The sauce can be used for a variety of purposes, from a dip for chicken or beef satay, to an Asian salad dressing or a dip for fresh rolls. Or...

Thai Green Curry Sauce Recipe
If you love Thai food, try making this Thai Green Curry Sauce. Although you can easily buy Thai green curry pastes and sauces in the stores these days, there is simply nothing like making your own from scratch. And it's remarkably easy to do too, especially if you have a food processor or blender. Just toss in all the ingredients, blitz well,...

Asian Salad Dressings: Two Easy & Delicious Recipes
For a quick and delicious Asian salad dressing, try these two authentic Thai recipes which are bound to delight and surprise both friends and family. Thai salad dressings are naturally low in fat and calories, but you'd never know it. One of these dressings is made with coconut milk for a creamier dressing, while the other is entirely fat-free...

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