This is a smooth version of the famous Peruvian raw fish salad. The sharp edges of the chili, lime and ginger are softened by a few spoons of coconut milk.
Stuffed chicken breast
A simple dish with a sophisticated look, suitable for an elegant dinner.
Spicy tuna salad with kaffir lime oil
When we saw Leela’s recipe for a spicy tuna salad at serious eats, we suspected this could work well with our kaffir lime oil, so we tried and indeed, it combined nicely.
Pomelo salad with kaffir lime vinaigrette
You can use pretty much any kind of salad greens you can find. The slight bitterness of the mustard and the olive oil combines nicely with the kaffir lime taste.
Spinach and strawberry salad
A brilliant recipe for a simple yet sophisticated salad.
Green curry with chicken
Thai green curry (Kaeng kiao wan) can be made with fish, seafood, pork, chicken or beef. For a vegetarian version, substitute the chicken with potatoes and fresh mushrooms, and the fish sauce with salt.
Chicken and coconut soup
A very popular Thai soup (Tom Kaa), based on coconut milk and aromatic vegetables.
This salad is inspired by the delicious Thai Yam Kung (shrimp salad), but it uses olive oil and salt instead of fish sauce.
Kaffir lime meat balls
The original Thai recipe (Tod man moo) doesn’t usually include kaffir lime leaves and lemon grass, but they give these fried meat balls a very refreshing taste.
Grilled beef and herb salad
Mint, scallions and kaffir lime oil add a fresh taste to the grilled beef.