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Coconut Milk (Ga-Ti)

Widely used in Thai cuisine to balance heat, coconut milk adds a mild and sweet flavour to any dish and is highly versatile, for using in both sweet and savoury dishes. Made from freshly chopped coconut flesh and water, it is also nutritious.

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Coconut Milk (Ga-Ti)

Widely used in Thai cuisine to balance heat, coconut milk adds a mild and sweet flavour to any dish and is highly versatile, for using in both sweet and savoury dishes. Made from freshly chopped coconut flesh and water, it is also nutritious.

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Fish Sauce (Nam Pla)

Thai cuisine is famous for blending sweet, salty, spicy, sour and bitter flavours in one dish, with fish sauce widely used to season and enhance when cooking.

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Light Coconut Milk (Ga-Ti)

Widely used in Thai cuisine to balance heat, coconut milk adds a mild and sweet flavour to any dish and is highly versatile, for using in both sweet and savoury dishes. Made from freshly chopped coconut flesh and water, it is also nutritious.

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Oyster Sauce (Nam Man Hoy)

Thai cuisine is famous for blending sweet, salty, spicy, sour and bitter flavours in one dish. Made from real oyster extract, this rich dark sauce has a distinct savoury and slightly sweet flavour, adding an authentically Thai depth-of-flavour.

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Shrimp Paste (Kapi)

An essential ingredient in Thai cooking, shrimp paste is used to season and enhance stir fry's, fish cakes and soups. Its distinct aroma blends wonderfully when combined with other ingredients, adding an authentic depth of flavour.

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Tamarind Paste (Makham Piek)

Thai cuisine is famous for blending sweet, salty, spicy, sour and bitter flavours in one dish. Extracted from the pod of the tamarind tree, this paste is used in Asian dishes to add a superb tangy and sour flavour.

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Tom Yum Paste (Tom Yum)

This blend of fresh Thai herbs is the perfect base for a hot and aromatic Thai soup. It is authentically made in Thailand from fresh ingredients, including lemongrass, galangal, lime and kaffir lime leaves.