Friday, November 19, 2010

Menu Guide: Thai Food for Dinner

I invited friends to have dinner at home and I prepared Simple Thai Dishes for six persons. The soup (Tom Yung) was really spicy. I added too much Tom Yung paste so it's not a hit on that day, but the rest of the food were fine. My friends like them :) We had Papaya Salad, Lemon Scallops and Shrimps, Steamed Fillet Fish, Brown Rice, and Thai Style Coconut Cake.

Here they are to share:





Thai Steam Organic Brown Rice


23 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I will have a helping of the scallops and shrimps please, they look so yummy.

Anncoo said...

Salute to you! All the foods look so delicious ;))

Gizelle said...

I'd love to be one of your friends invited over :D Yummy selection!

maiylah said...

that salad looks interesting! i can just imagine the different textures and tastes in this feast...yum!

Girlie said...

Yummy feast! I'd definitely enjoy such a party too. Have a lovely weekend!

Luna Miranda said...

what would i do to get invited?:p
the scallops will be in my dreams, for sure.

Guiltless Grub said...

The lemon scallops and the shrimps would be a favorite, just by the looks of it.

FoodTripFriday said...

I never liked peanut pieces in my food.:(

mumsified said...

I love thai food. And it has to be really spicy. So the tom yum would have been a hit to me =)

Vernz said...

hmmmm.... can I fly there right now? lol.. they all look yummy...
My Food Trip Friday here

chubskulit said...

Everything looks yummy!

Dimah said...

wow! those all look amazing and delicious!

MommyLES said...

love the coconut cupcake, sweet

Noobfoodie

Madz said...

Wow what a feast! The photo of the scallops and shrimps make me drool the most.

Even though I'm not too keen about Thai food, your cooking is tempting me to try thai food again.

Michele@FitFoodista said...

Hi - I found your blog on Ekat's Kitchen's Friday Potluck. It looks like you've got some amazing recipes. I'm subscribing so I don't miss any :)

wenn said...

yummy..papaya salad.

Miranda said...

Oh my gosh, those look so good! You should also link this to my Fat Camp Friday!
http://www.mangoesandchutney.com/2010/11/fat-camp-friday-5-boston-butt-pork.html

Mel Cole said...

I wanna taste everything! Yumm!


My Food Trip Friday post

[cookiespink] said...

I love Thai food ;D

Jay - agent112778 said...

wow wat a feast...now where did i put my tupperware :D

i want to have those shrimps and the fish fillet

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here's my FOOD FRIDAY entry

My Little Space said...

I am so tempted to make those Thai coconut cupcakes. Yummm...
Kristy

Carla and Michael said...

Wow, what a beautifully presented dinner party. New follower here. You can be sure I'll be back often. You have an impressive blog and recipes.Oh, did I tell you I'm a big fanatic for Thai food?

cheerful said...

lani, these foods all looks delicious...thai food is one of the best! i love it but not too spicy please but i am learning to eat and try their spicy foods! i will get used with it, someday...happy weekend! :)

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