If you've ever been to Thailand, you'll never forget the intense flavours of real Thai cooking. I've travelled all over the country as a Sharwood chef to find the ultimate recipes to use for our curry pastes and sauces – which means that all the hard work has been done for you.
For our Thai range we've sourced the finest fresh ingredients like coconut, lemongrass, chilli and Thai basil so that you can come home and create an authentic Thai meal in minutes.
I'll show you how simple it is to cook really delicious Thai food without having to travel further than your local supermarket. Are you ready?
For restaurant-quality stir-fried rice, cool your boiled rice in the fridge with the lid off. Before frying the rice, pour a tablespoon or two of oil into the rice and gently separate the grains with your fingers.
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Thai basil is one of 3 types of basil used in Thai cuisine, the other two being Thai holy basil and Thai lemon basil. Thai basil itself has a mild aniseed flavour and is commonly used in Thai green and red curry.