Easy Thai Food Explained
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The real secret though to Pad Thai is the sauce, the sour of the tamarind paste should not be overwhelmed by the sweetness of the palm sugar.
Thai Fried Bananas (Kluay Kaek) are a common dessert in Thailand. They can be found at street vendors all throughout the country.
Thai Basil Chicken is very easy to make, and has a distinctive Thai flavor that comes through due to the sauces used in preparation.
Green Curry is another common dish in Thailand. This Thai curry recipe is from the central part of Thailand, but you can find it all around country.
A great appetizer for lunch or dinner, you can find them in fine dining establishments all around Thailand.
Thai Papaya Salad or Som Tam is popular throughout Southeast Asia. It's a refreshing, healthy salad that combines sweet, sour, salty, and spicy into one harmonious dish.
Thai Coconut Chicken Soup, or Tom Kha Gai, has a blend of tastes that gives this soup a very unique flavor.
Fried Rice is very easy and fast to make, this dish is considered fast food in Thailand and is always an option when you want to make something quick, easy
Gaeng Jued literally means “No Taste” soup. Most Thai food has many flavors in one dish and most of the dishes have very strong tastes, but this dish is a little more delicate and light.
Fresh spring rolls make great appetizers, they are originally from Vietnam, but I love them so much that I thought I would teach you how to make my own version.