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Thai food recipes

thai_ingredientsHello everyone, this is one of my favorite page of my website. I love to eat and love to cook, I think that you will love Thai food also, that's way I created this page for you and you can learn how to cook Thai food by yourself even you are not in Thailand. If you would like to know any menu or recipes, please contact me and I will give you all information. As soon as I wish to make the Thai food cooking video on my website, I think that it will be easier for you to follow me cooking Thai food, Enjoy Cooking Thai food Laughing
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Thai fish cakes (Tod Man Pla)

fish_cakesThai Fish Cakes or Tod Man Pla to give them their Thai name, are eaten as a snack food, or as a side dish to a larger meal, all over Thailand. Alone, they are tasty, not too fishy in flavour, with strong hints of coriander. However, the flavour is considerably enhanced when eaten with a sweet chilli dip, and this will always be offered as an accompaniment, even if purchased from a street vendor.

(3 votes, average 4.67 out of 5)

Thai Beef Salad (Yum Nuea)

beef-saladAs with many Thai dishes which share the title “salad”, Thai Beef Salad (yum nuea) is not strictly a salad as most people would recognise it. Instead, it is a meat and vegetable dish which is cooked very quickly, leaving the vegetables almost raw, and it is then served hot. In many ways the Thai Beef Salad is the very definition of a stir fry. Simple ingredients, cooked very quickly at a high temperature in a wok (or frying pan). Where Thai Beef Salad does differ from other stir fry dishes, particularly those influenced by Chinese cuisine, is in the taste. A good Thai Beef Salad is fiery, due to the red chillies used in the preparation of the dish.

(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Thai green curry with chicken

green_curryTry this easy recipe for the ever-popular Thai green chicken curry. The spices will put a smile on anyone's face. The unique flavours of Thai cooking are so simple and – because you can use a good-quality cooked chicken from the supermarket – this recipe is actually incredibly easy. You can, if you like, freeze the leftover coconut milk for use later on.

(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Larb Gai (Spicy chicken salad)

larb-gaiLarb Gai salad is classic Thai. I make it with chicken, but you canmake with pork or beef . One of its special ingredients is ground roasted rice, which adds a satisfying grittiness and subtle flavor (Note: if you don't have time to make the ground roasted rice, either leave it out or substitute ground peanuts). Another key ingredient in this dish is fresh mint. The salad is best served while the chicken is still hot from the pan and the greens are cold, like a Western-style grilled chicken salad. This dish is so good, Excellent with a hot sticky rice.

(2 votes, average 4.50 out of 5)

Thai spicy seafood salad (yum talay)

spicy_seafood_saladShrimp, bell pepper, cucumber and herbs are tossed with a spicy Thai dressing in this colorful salad. Served in Bibb lettuce cups, it's perfect for lunch, a light supper or as an appetizer. You can use any selection of seafood that you like for this simple popular Thai salad recipe (yum talay). Note the seafood needs to be cooked before it is added to the salad. To blanch seafod, use just enough water sufficient for cooking. When cooked fish out the seafood with a wire mesh strainer. Reserve the cooking water to use for stock. If you are using crabs or lobsters, it is best to steam them.

(3 votes, average 4.33 out of 5)

Thai Fried Rice with Chicken

fried_rice_with_chickenThai Fried Rice with Chicken (khao pad gai – ข้าวผัดไก่) is a very easy dish to make, and a great way to use up leftover rice. There are a few varieties of Fried Rice across Asia; Thai fried rice starts goes in a much different direction than most. In Thailand, Fried Rice is a good lunch dish, served with cucumber and a wedge of lime.

(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Tom Yum Goong (Spicy soup with shrimp)

tomyum-goongTom Yum is the most famous of Thai soups, being very popular in Thai restaurants in the US. It is a clear sour soup which is flavored with fresh lemon grass and kaffir lime leaf. The most well-known version uses shrimp (in Thai: goong, koon, kung), but you may also use firm white-flesh fish (see Tom Yum Taleh) or chicken (gy or kai).

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