Fon's Chilli  Simply Delicious with Heat 

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*Simply delicious with Heat Authentic Thai Chilli Paste ,Sauce and Dip.*By Fon Cosens
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Fon's Chilli Tasting Party 


 *Authentic Thai Chilli Paste ,Sauce and Dip.By Fon Cosens*

 **Simply delicious with heat **


8th April 2017;  7pm -11.30pm


At St James's church Hall Taunton 
 St James ' street Taunton TA1 1JS

Tickets available now Now!


Tasting Ticket : £5 per person

 Inc: all chilli sample for on the Tasting ,Green Curry chicken with rice And veg Pad thai buffet.


Disco start from 7:30pm -00am Tasting start from 7:30pm - 10:00


Bring your own drink- Dispossable glasses availbe


 Looking forward to see you on the night :) 


FOR E tickets please email payment on arrival.

Fon's Chilli product list and  meal suggestions.

1. Pad Thai

Recipe  for authentic Pad Thai for 2 persons


125g dried medium rice noodles

1tbsp. Sunflower oil

1 chicken breast cut into thin slices

1 beaten egg

100g Bean spouts *optional extra*

2.Fresh Chives

110ml Fon's Pad Thai Suce

Chrushed Chilli flakes, fresh lemon, and roasted peanuts can also be added if desired


INSTRUCTIONS: Soak the rice noodles in a bowl of hot water for 5 minutes.  Heat a pan with olive oil, add the chicken slices stir-fry for 5 minutes or until lightly coloured.  Push the chicken to one side of the pan to make room for the eggs.  Crack the eggs into the wok and stir gently until well scrambled. Add drained noodles and stir for 2 minutes. Add  Fon’s  Pad Thai sauce,  mix well with the noodles  then add bean sprouts, spring onions and stir in with the noodles, chicken and eggs for 2 minutes then you are ready to enjoy you authentic Pad Thai 



2. Sweet and Sour Sauce

Use this poduct as a stir in sauce. 

Below is a recipe for Sweet and Sour Chicken for 2 persons.


- 1Tbsp. Olive Oil

- 2 Chicken Breast

-1 small tin of pinapple Chuncks

-1 green or red pepper

-110ml Fon's Sweet and Sour sauce


Heat oil in a pan over medium high heat then add chicen and cook until golden brown and then remove.  add chopped peppers to the panand cook for 1 minuite, stir in pinapple chuncks and chicken then add the sweet ans sour sauce.  Stir then simmer for 5 minuites and serve with rice.


3. Sweet Chilli Paste

Use this product to:-

-spice up your bread and give some taste and heat.

-In a sandwich or as a condiment

-Can also be added to soup to give it a little extra heat and zing.


4. Salty Chilli Paste

Use this product to:-

-spice up your bread and give some taste and heat.

-In a sandwich or as a condiment

-Can also be added to soup to give it a little extra heat and zing.



5 Simple Thai Seasoning

Use this product:-

As a seasoning on your fresh salad

-In your soup to add flavour

-As a marinade for Steak, Pork or Chicken before cooking

- To add a little extra heat and taste to anything you fancy.



6. Chilli Oil

Use this product:-

-Over your salad for a bit of heat and extra taste

-For your stir fly if you like the heat instead of normal oil

Simply dip in your fresh bread or crudities and enjoy.


7. Chilli Dip

Use this product:-

- As a Party Dip

-With chips

-A base for a cooking sauce

-With Prawns, chicken etc.



Thai People and Chilli Culture


Chili paste use in Thailand dates back the Ayuthayn Kingdom period (over 400yrs ago) the word ‘Naam prik Pao’ (Thai Chili paste) has a strong connection with authentic Thai cooking.  It is spicy and sweet with rich flavours , where the chili is ground (Tam) together with garlic, shallots and other strong scented spices and then other ingredients of choice, such as:- vegetables, eggplant and various sea food.  The word Tam then precedes the name of the Thai dish.

History of the use of Chili Paste*  Prik Keang*in Thai Cooking

Traditionally Thai people ate more fish than what people now consider conventional meats, and as such the older recipes for Thai chili paste reflect this being perhaps seen as stronger as it was used to mask the fish components.  This can been seen in  the records kept by a French diplomat visiting Thailand in the ‘King Naa Raai’ era.  He noted that Thai people generally ate rice with fruit and salty fish.

The use of meat in Thai cooking primarily came from the influence of the Chinese and that of travellers visiting the country. So now we can see chili paste recipes that have been adapted to include a wide variety of other meats and vegetables, but are almost always eaten with rice.

Regional Variation

Over 98% of Thai people eat Chili paste as part of their main meal, with 64% eating it every day. The most popular Chili Pastes include:

  • Shrimp
  • Mackerel Fish
  • Pickled Fish
  • Grilled Egg Plant

It is believed that chili paste is of a better quality if mixed with fresh components.  The use of different varieties of Chili pepper can subtly change the taste.  At one time there were over 500 different types of chilli paste, whereas today there are probably only just over 200 of these in use.  Each local area will have different variations as to how it is made, the ingredients used and how it is eaten.

Northern Thailand tend to favour the use of rancid soya bean , the North East Fermented fish and the south preserved rancid fish

Believed Health Benefits of Chili Paste

The benefits of Chili paste have been recognised by the Thailand Ministry of Public Health and it is thought to save the billions of the cost of medical treatment due to its many health benefits.

The combined mix of ingredients which all have health benefits including not only the Chilli pepper but also the Garlic, Shallot and Pickled Fish.

It is thought to:

  • Enhance cell growth; thus helping to eliminate pathogens and germs naturally
  • Enhance blood circulation
  • Improve cellular respiration
  • Reduce the risk of some potentially life threatening conditions such as:
    • Cancer and Heart disease by 20% 
    • Diabetes
    • Epilepsy and brain disease by between 26-40%


  • Promote the eating of vegetables as its strong spicy taste means it cannot be eaten alone and vegetables promote a healthy digestive system.

Thank you for reading. Hopefully you will find this informative. Please enjoy my Chili poducts..


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