Cocktails - Let that be a surprise for the evening. Hint : it has coconut!
Lychee and Ginger Lemonade - A refreshing cocktail flavoured with the zing of Ginger. I remember everyone drinking these out of small pouches and a straw on the streets in Bangkok. It didn't look that great but when I had one, I was hooked! Pretty simple to prepare here as well.
Raw Mango Salad with Prawns
A staple of any thai meal. The much in season Raw Mango shaved into strings, tossed with a sweet and spicy dressing and uplifted by some prawns. A refreshing dish for sure! You always consider salads as a table meal, but all these conceptions were gone when we saw this light salad being sold on the streets on little paper plates! A perfect snack for this Thai snack bar from the trip!
Lemon grass basa
Basa fish lightly cooked with one of the best aromatics ever, lemon grass. Drizzled with a bit of lime juice and fresh red chillies, it makes for quite a kick of dish with a citrusy flavour. This is my husband's favourite. We had this at a small nook of a stall right at the heart of Bangkok. Very light but so aromatic!
Thai basil chicken
Chicken cooked with basil leaves, a trademark of thai cuisine. A fresh flavour to the mundane chicken. You will love this one! This one dish was available where ever we went. I really loved snacking on a cone of this when exploring Bangkok on foot!
Thai Pork Balls
This off beat thai street food snack presented to you here in Bangalore! Mildly flavoured pork mince made into balls and served on sticks with a lovely sweet and spicy dipping sauce. The best street snack that I picked up from the street. The recipe was given to me by a sweet old lady selling out of a 1 foot stall!
Sticky Ginger Soy Drumsticks
Chicken drumsticks glazed and shining with a unique combination of ginger, salt, honey and soy sauce! Get in your fingers, this is going to be a sticky ride!
Homemade kaffir lime ice cream
My tribute to the famous kaffir lime Ice Cream. Ice Cream is always sweet, but it tastes even better with a citrusy punch from the Kaffir Lime leaves! Trust me on this. We stood in line for 35 mins to sample a scoop of freshly made kaffir lime coconut ice cream. At my open out you don't have to stand in queue to sample that refreshingly different ice cream