Mieng Kham

Funnily enough, I never actually had mieng kham while I was living in Thailand… I actually discovered this little flavour-bomb at my favourite Thai restaurant in Cairns, and was hooked from the first bite! It’s basically betel leaf, filled with an array of flavoursome goodies – including toasted coconut, fresh chilli, crushed peanuts, and a … Continue reading Mieng Kham

Pad see-ew

Pad see-ew: not as well-known as pad Thai, but just as yummy, and extremely simple to cook. It’s actually a Thai riff off a Chinese recipe, which is why it’s less complex in flavour than a lot of other Thai dishes, but has that satisfying savouriness typical of Chinese food. Like pad Thai, pad see-ew … Continue reading Pad see-ew