This baked talapia recipe is Thai delicious and easy to make. While this same dish would be steamed in Thailand, I find baking it easier and the results just as delicious. This talapia recipe features the dark richness of tamarind, which is a fruit that grows in many parts of Asia. Make it easy on yourself and buy the prepared tamarind paste at a Chinese, Asian, or Indian food store. The sauce is a combination of sweet and sour, with tones of chili, garlic and ginger. Note that other types of white-fleshed fish will work with this recipe if you can't find talapia, such as cod, sole, snapper, etc.... ENJOY!
If you're a fish fan, you'll love Thai Coconut Fish! This dish requires a little extra time for prep, but the actual cooking is very fast and easy. Any type of white-fleshed fish fillet or steak may be used, including halibut, snapper, talapia, basa, cod, sole, etc...
This Thai recipe for grilled halibut steak is easy and super-delicious! Barbecue fish isn't as difficult as it seems, especially halibut steaks, which cook easily on the grill without falling apart. The Thai marinade is put together in a matter of minutes, and as a bonus, it doubles as a glaze/dipping sauce. This halibut steak recipe makes a quick and easy meal for everyday, but is also elegant enough to serve at your next barbecue or cookout. Enjoy!
This simple 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.
This excellent recipe for whole fish can either be fried or grilled (the one pictured here was fried). In Thailand, small whole fish are used for this dish, so I usually use either a few rainbow trout (one per person), or whole snapper - in both cases, the taste is just as I remember it from the beaches of Thailand. Simply marinate the fish in fish sauce, then fry or grill it (instructions for both methods included). Pour a special Thai sauce overtop, and serve - Mmmmm...!!
Try this easy Thai Grilled Fish Fillet Recipe for juicy, flavorful fish straight off the grill! This recipe is my version of a fish dish sold on the streets of Thailand by street vendors. Delicious as is, or serve it up with my simple "Fresh Pickle". The pickle is optional, but if you do serve it, you'll enjoy the exquisite Thai hot & cold, fresh & cooked combination of textures and flavors. Tasty and easy to make, this fish dish makes for a perfect summer meal.
This beautiful soup is similar to hot & sour soup, but better! In Thai, it's known as "Geng Som Pla" - which actually means Orange Fish Curry" - an ancient recipe from the Central Plains region of Thailand. It is a fiery-hot soup with both sour and sweet overtones that make for a lively combination, especially when paired with your choice of fish and/or seafood.
This classic Thai fish is very flexible - it can either be grilled outdoors or fried on your stovetop (instructions included), and you can use nearly any type of fish. In Thailand, small to medium whole fish are used for this dish, so I chose a few rainbow trout, which turned out perfectly - the taste was just as I remember it from the beaches of Thailand. Simply delicious!
This pan-fried fish recipe is melt-in-your-mouth delicious and easy to make. The fish is lightly seared in a hot pan with a little oil for 5-8 minutes, then topped with a simple no-cook lemon-herb Thai sauce that really compliments the flavor of the fish and lets its tenderness shine through. Wonderful with rice, but equally good with potatoes, this easy fish recipe makes a great meal and is simple enough to fry up any night of the week. ENJOY!