Mae Jum’s top 5 tips for trying out veganuary this year! Starting maybe hard, but together we can do this!
Coriander can be used as a herb and a spice in Thai cuisine. Used in both soups and pastes, learn more about coriander
Lemongrass is a fantastic herb with Thai cuisine, learn about the flavours and characteristics of Lemongrass.
Samunprai is a Thai therapeutic practice using a herbal blend to massage into aches and pains. Read more about samunprai!
This year Mae Jum entered our most popular Thai curry pastes into the Great Taste Awards 2020. We are so excited to announce that…
The famous bird’s eye chilli! Read all about the growing cycle of the Thai chilli and its purpose in Thai Cuisine!
New to Thai cuisine? Read about the 4 essential flavours of Thai cuisine and get on the right path to cook amazing Thai food!
Thai food is known for its intense flavours and the heat of fresh Thai chilli peppers. Get to know them a little better!
Have you heard of the term Samunprai? Get to know the key herbs and spices in Thai cuisine from Mae Jum.
We love seeing what you create using Mae Jum curry pastes, this year we’re showcasing our favourite dishes cooked by you!
A zingy, spicy, fragrant, herbal note in there you just can’t put your finger on. Get to know Thai galangal!
Read about how Kaffir Lime is used in Thai Cuisines and its health properties. Get to Know Kaffir Lime a little better with Mae Jum
More brands are bringing different types of coconut milk to the UK supermarkets but are you still puzzled on which one to use?