This is the broth I always make once a week to have it ready whenever I want to make any Lao stew, soup, or noodle dish. Its the foundation and you can always add more herbs afterwards with whatever dish you are making. Its delicious and very healthy!
My favorite Lao donut!
This is the recipe I go to for delicious and fast chicken thighs! You only need 22 minutes.
A sweet and savory Lao stew that will be everyone’s favorite. People will fight over the eggs.
I grew up with this sauce and still love it! It is the perfect sauce for spring rolls, eggrolls, lettuce wrap, banh cuon, banh xeo, and salads. Make it and save it in your fridge for about a week.
This recipe only includes two main ingredients: sticky rice and sugar. Sticky rice goes through three processes of steaming, drying, and frying to produce a super crispy puffed rice cake. The caramel is drizzled on top and its a perfect snack after all your Lao meals.
It was an easy and simple way to add many Lao flavors to chicken wings. Whether it is roasted or bbq’d, it makes a perfect meal to enjoy with the family. My favorite part of the wings is the yummy ligaments and cartilage. It pairs perfectly with thummakhoong with the caramelized glaze from the wings …
Sticky rice is a staple in Lao cuisine. Almost every meal always has fresh sticky rice to enjoy with dips, meats, and veggies. With the rice, we are making khao jee a Lao pancake snack. Its crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. This street snack goes well with jeaw bong a sweet …
Gaeng nor mai is a traditional Lao stew known for its earthy green flavors. The taste comes from the fresh bamboo shoots, yanang extract, and lots of green herbs. When this comes hot off the stove, it pairs perfectly with warm sticky rice.