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Easy Salt and Pepper Chicken

This is a very simple and easy recipe to use to make the classic Salt and Pepper chicken. It is great served with rice or just as they are with some Wing Yip Sweet Chilli Sauce for dipping!

Pork Yuk Sung

This is a very traditional Chinese starter or side dish. Always a favourite when you go to a Chinese Buffet, but you can be very easily replicated at home.

Salt and Pepper Squid

To prepare the squid, pull out the tentacles and cut them free from the head and insides, which should be discarded. Pull out the pliable backbone (discard) and wash out the body. Peel away the skin and cut to open up the squid pouch. Score lightly and cut into bite size pieces.

Thai Son in Law Eggs

This is a popular homely dish prepared in many Thai households, in many cases, to cater for unexpected guests at mealtimes. It is quick and easy to prepare and delicious in it simplicity. Many supermarkets sell whole dried chillies but if unobtainable, fresh red chillies are a good substitute.

Thai Spicy Sweetcorn Fritters

Used throughout Thailand, sweetcorn is a popular snack food. Quite often, vendors sell corn on the cob, cooked on their mobile grills. This recipe uses fish sauce but do leave this ingredient out if a vegetarian version is required.

Thai Spicy Pork Stir-fry

This is a relatively dry dish that is quick to prepare and cook and would make a good accompaniment to another curry. Please note that red curry paste is salty so do taste the food before adding salt or fish sauce. Although sweet Thai basil is used traditionally, normal basil is a good substitute.

Sweet Chilli Glazed Nuts

Use a mixture of nuts for this recipe – I used cashews, almonds, walnuts and sesame seeds – but do cook them separately before adding the sweet chilli sauce. Very moorish so prepare plenty.

Thai Sweet & Sour Fried Fish

This is a refreshing dish with a combination of contrasting flavours. Sam Rod literally means spicy, sweet and sour (three tastes). Do replace whole fish with fish steaks if preferred. If fish such as cod is used, we suggest it be pan fried instead.