I love Thai Satay. Beef or pork is good stuff, but it is the chicken satay that I really love. A plate of these skewers served up with a dipping bowl of Peanut Sauce is the perfect appetizer for a thai dinner.
Anyone that has ever ordered satay at a Thai restaurant is familiar with this tasty peanut sauce. While it certainly goes well with the traditional chicken, beef or pork satay, you can also use it to make a rather tasty stirfry by adding it to your wok for about the last 45 seconds of cooking.
This is one of my favorite 10 minute Thai stir fry dishes. It is a delicious, simple dish with an easy to adjust heat level. While it is definitely better with Holy Basil, it is still quite tasty if you substitute with regular thai basil.
Tom Yum is by far my favorite Thai soup. this is one of the better recipes that I have found, modified to use ingredients that I can readily find at my local Asian food store and more towards my taste. I usually make this for Laurie, and make Tom Yum Gai for myself.