Thai & Lao Food

A Thai / Laos girl, Manivan Larprom shows you how to cook Thai & Lao food through her videos. Her authentic cuisine roots from Sakon Nakhon, Thailand and Paksan, Laos. Enjoy!

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Second Thai & Lao Food Recipe Book

Second Thai & Lao Food Recipe book:

Appetizer Recipes:

1. Sour Fruit Dipping Sauce
2. Shrimp Chips
3. Curry Peanut Dipping Sauce
4. Fried Shrimp Rolls
5. Banh Cuon - Wet Rice Paper Spring Rolls
6. Eggplant Chili Dipping Sauce

Soup Recipes:

7. Khao Bune Ba - Fish Curry Noodle Soup
8. Khao Piek - Chicken Noodle Porridge
9. Bamboo Soup

Salad Recipes:

10. Mak Bea - Banana Blossom Salad
11. Long Bean Noodle Salad

Main Dish Recipes:
12. Beef Stir Fry
13. Au Quail
14. Salted Gourami Fish Chili Sauce
15. Water Lily Stir Fry
16. Fish Stuffed with Thai & Lao Herbs
17. Lap Chicken

Dessert Recipes:
18. Coconut Flakes
19. Fresh Coconut Milk
20. Black Bean Coconut Drink
21. Fresh Soy Milk
22. Steam Cassava with Coconut Flakes
23. Sweet Corn Wrap Dessert
24. Tapioca Pearl, Taro & Jackfruit Dessert
25. Water Chestnut Dessert Dumplings

Recipes from Thai & Lao Food Recipe Book 1
26. Spring Roll Dipping Sauce
27. Ground Toasted Sticky Rice
28. Thai / Lao Curry Paste



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12:00 PM  
Blogger Anf said...

Sa bai dee Manivan,

I came upon your blog via google. I was searching for any Lao new year events this year in Toronto. I am new to Canada and as I will be here during the new year period I thought it would be fun to celebrate with my non-Lao friends or introduce them to a bit of the Lao culture.

If you know of any or even if you could point me to some good Lao restaurants that would be appreciated.


6:24 PM  
Blogger Manivan Larprom said...

A lot of people go to Wat and host a house party. Thai and Lao celebrate the same new years so you can go to either Thai or Lao restaurants. Ask if they are doing anything special. This year I am going to Guelph where a lot of Lao people bookws a hall and a band to celegrate. I will also try to make it to the Buddhist temple, just north of Toronto.

7:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Maniwan,
I am hosting a cocktail party for this Saturday. I would like to put wet rice paper spring rolls as one of the appetizers. Would it be alright to pre-make spring rolls on Friday night then keep them in the refrigerator for Saturday noon? Or do you have other better advise?
Thanks in advance and i really enjoy your recipes.

11:38 AM  
Blogger Manivan Larprom said...

The most important tip for making the rice paper spring rolls in advance is to not allow the rolls to dry out before serving. Therefore, I always make them about four hours before serving. However, try this method for keeping the rice paper spring rolls moist: make the spring rolls and place against the other in a row, in a plastic box; then place a damp paper towel on top of the spring rolls and seal the plastic box. The damp paper towel will help keep the spring rolls moist.

6:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sawasdee Manivan,
Thank you so much for the tip. I am sure people will enjoy my spring rolls (if i dont miss any procedure of your recipe, ofcourse). BTW, i made Lap Chicken (your recipe) yesterday, everyone loved it and asked for recipe so i gave them your website :)
Thanks again and Choke-dee!

9:07 AM  
Blogger DaPhillyFoodCritic said...

interesting blog on Laos and Thai food, I too am of Laotian descent and Chinese descent. Keep on blogging.

12:16 AM  
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I just found your blog while searching for Pad Lao recipes. Do you have a recipe for pad lao?


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the useful information.

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Blogger EZRyder44 said...

Hi Manivan,
I am excited to locate your blog. I am a hugh fan of Thai & Lao foods and am learning to cook some dishes. I found you through Temple of Thai. I first tried your stick rice and FINALLY I have learned how to cook it. THANK YOU. I want to learn how to cook Steamed Fish. Is there a way I can search your archives for recipes?

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Anonymous Luxury Holidays said...

Great post, my mouth is literally watering just from reading the recipe, I cant wait to give this a try. Keep up the great work.

6:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love your videos and recipe. My family just opened a Thai Lao food in a food court in Markham called Wiangkuk, named after my family's home town in Thai. We would love to have you come by and try our food.

11:21 AM  

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