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This is one of my all-time favourite soups and an absolute classic
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This stir-fry is probably one of the most popular and common dishes you'll find in any 'hole-in-the-wall' eaterie across Thailand
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Known as pad kee mao in Thailand, drunken noodles are a great way to use up any bits and bobs you have in the fridge
Clay pots are perfect for cooking over a high heat. The food loses little to no moisture because it is surrounded by steam, creating a tender, flavourful dish
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This impressive crowd-pleaser is fantastic cooked on a barbecue as the added smokiness creates a delicious dish, but it can be cooked with ease in the oven, too
Traditionally cooked with chicken, oyster sauce and vegetables; however, this vegan version always goes down a storm
Satay is commonly eaten across Asia and is traditionally used to marinate meat or vegetables before skewering and barbecuing over an open flame
This recipe is one of the first stir-fries I was taught and for this reason sticks close to me as a favourite