This simple beef curry recipe features the curry paste from the Thailand Box plus a few spices from the Tom Yum Soup Set. Chef Jet Tila shows you how to make it, so you can serve an authentic Thai meal at home.
Hillary Reeves updates basic fried rice with crab meat and curry paste from the Thailand Box. Jasberry rice (also from the Thailand Box) lends a beautiful purple-black hue to the dish. It makes for a satisfying main or side, and is great enjoyed cold or the next day for leftovers.
This refreshing fruit salad combines a zesty lime dressing with assorted tropical fruit, including exotic the dried jackfruit from the Thailand Box. It makes for a wonderful side or lighter main dish.
The tradition of fruit carving in Thailand supposedly began as a way to create table decorations for Thailand’s Royal Family. By using a sharp knife and fresh vegetables, you too can try your hand at this famous art. Then, whip out a few of your own creations to spruce up a salad or table centerpiece.
Curator of the Thailand Box, Chef Jet Tila is a regular judge on Food Network’s Cuthroat Kitchen and is Thailand’s first-ever Culinary Ambassador. He’s also the chef-owner of Pakpao Thai restaurants in Texas. Here, Chef Tila walks you through the Thailand Box and his favorite ways to use the products.
In typical Thai homes, the main meal of the day consists of a soup and curry made with fresh meat and vegetables and served over rice. This simple recipe features the curry paste from the Thailand Box plus a few spices from the Tom Yum Soup Set.
A newly developed strain of rice, Jasberry is packed with an oxidants and fiber, making it one of the most healthful varieties. In this simple preparation, curator of the Thailand Box Jet Tila cooks it in coconut milk and sugar to create a warm, comforting dish that’s just as delicious for dessert as it is for breakfast.