So you've been out and visited your local highly rated Thai Restaurant (we don't like to brag but... thanks) and you tried the most delicious food which you simply must recreate at home...or at least try. The thing is, where do you start with Thai cooking?
If you're going to cook one dish, you might as well create a Thai larder of sorts as you won't use up all of your ingredients in just one dish and let's face it, once you've tried one Thai dish, you'll just want to try more and more.
So when it comes to Thai Cooking Essentials, here is what you should have in your cupboard.
This Thai staple, a long-grain rice with a nutty flavor, is a must-have (especially if you have a rice cooker to do the work for you). The rule of thumb is to cook one cup per person.
Also known as glutinous rice, this is the other go-to Thai accompaniment. It needs to be steamed as it’s prepared; to achieve the perfect consistency ...