Review of Thai Kitchen Products

I'm not the most daring cook.  With a few young kids in the house, it's rather difficult at times!  I do try to introduce new flavors -- a little bit at a time -- however, to get them acquainted with different types of cuisine, and it can be fun!

We recently tried an assortment of products from Thai Kitchen.  I put it off for awhile, because I was a little scared.  Would I like these strange products?  Given a few reliable recipes, I put them to the test.  I was really impressed!

While you may not find things like curry paste and fish sauce to your family's liking, the way it's prepared has a lot to do with it.  More familiar components (like chicken or veggies), can bring some unique flavors together in a way that most families will find exciting and delicious!  Our favorite product from the Thai Kitchen line-up?  The Jasmine Rice, of course.  Fragrant and fluffy, we enjoyed it even after our Thai dishes were gone (I've begun substituting it for regular rice in ALL our recipes!)

We also really liked the coconut milk, which can be used in traditional Thai recipes OR as a yummy addition to a fruit smoothie (plus it's gluten and dairy free)!  You can read about all the Thai Kitchen offerings at their website, and learn a bit about authentic Thai cooking at the same time.

Wanna Win?  We have two wonderful Thai cookbooks to give to our readers.  They'll help you navigate the world of Thai cooking in a way that even the most timid families will enjoy!  To be entered to win, just comment on this post with your experience (if you have any) with Thai cooking!  You have until June 20th at 11:59 am CST to get your entries in.  One per person please!

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* Sample was received to facilitate this promotion. All opinions are my own.


  1. I have cooked some Chinese dishes, and I cook Pho (Vietnamese soup) at least once or twice a week. I have never tried my hand at Thai cooking, but would love to.

  2. My college age son introduced us to Thai food and has tried to get me to make at home--this would be perfect.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

  3. Zero experience with Thai cooking (or eating!)here.


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