Best Foods Thailand Can Offer

Thailand has a lot to offer especially in food. With their exotic and authentic foods, these are the top Thai food list you must try!

 

1. Tom Yung Goong

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This Thai soup is one of the local’s favorite, mixed with shrimp, tomatoes shallots, mushrooms galangal and lemongrass for its addictive scent. It is also added with kaffir lime leaves giving the soup its exquisite herbal aroma. Tom Yum Goong can be served either an ample amount of coconut milk and cream, which crater a creaminess flavor or coconut milk for a slightly sour taste and a healthier version.
This soup is complete with Thai tastes: sour, salty, spicy and sweet, all in one bowl.

2. Gang Keow Wan Kai

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Gang Keow Wan Kai, or the chicken green curry is one of the most popular dish wanted by any Thais. Aside from its tremendous creamy appearance, it is composed of morsels of chicken, coconut milk, red spur chillies, eggplant, galangal and many more. The combination of these luscious ingredients makes it delectable together with its aromatic smell.  It is usually paired with rice to sob up its creaminess and soupy characteristic.

3. Gang Massaman

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Massaman, is a mixture of curry paste, brown sugar, fish sauce, tamarind paste, peanut butter, coconut milk and an abundant amount of seasonings. This perfectly blended sauce is then added with fresh chicken, chunks of potatoes and lime juice that creates the over-all savory taste.

 4. Gaeng Daeng

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Gaeng Daeng or Red Curry is composed of its juicy and creamy sauce which is made with red curry paste, smooth coconut milk, fish sauce and seasonings paired up with its tender meat. The overall flavor of this dish presents an authentic taste that everyone should try on!

For its recipe, click here

Red Chicken Curry

 

5. Kao Na Phet

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This roasted duck is marinated with seasonings which makes it tender-juicy texture. Selection of duck parts is then cut into pieces and combined it with rice. Its oily sauce makes it tastier and appetizing.

For its recipe, click here http://en.phuket.thai-sale.com/kao-na-phet/

 

6. Kai Med Mamuang

This exquisite dish is consist of contrasting mixtures of saut’s chicken alongside roasted cashews, sweet soy sauce, onions, chillies, pepper, carrot and mushrooms together with its sweetening dash of honey makes this dish one of the list.

For recipe, click here https://importfood.com/recipes/recipe/114-thai-cashew-chicken-gai-pad-med-mamuang-himaphan

 

7. Pad Thai

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Pad thai is seasoned with tamarind pulp, along with a nice savor of fish sauce dried shrimp, garlic, red chili pepper and palm sugar, and laced with lime and often peanuts.

For its recipe go here https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/easy-pad-thai-51222610

 

8. Yam Khor Moo Yang

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It is a luscious salad that originated in the mainland Thailand. Yam Khor Moo Yang is prepared with a tend pork cutlets that are grilled and sliced into bit size cuts. The pork cuts are mixed in a delicious dressing of lemon juice, parsley, onions, and chilies.

It is a street food you should never miss when in Thailand.

 

9. Yam Nua

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Yam Nua or grilled beef salad is a very delicious dish that makes your mouth water.

With a good quality of tenderloin and an excellent balance of hot, sour, and salty flavour, Yam Nua is without a doubt a great dish. The salad is prepared with pepper, lime juice, fish sauce, sugar, chillies, shallots, scallions, and coriander leaves and sprigs. Yam Nua is a perfect thing for an appetizer or any main dish preparation.

For recipe, click here http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/yum-nua-thai-beef-salad-89165

 

10. Kao Moo Dang

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Kao Moo Dang is a dish of rice topped pork barbecue, crispy pork, Chinese sausage, and hard-boiled egg along with a savoury red sauce.

The main success of this dish is about the tenderness of the red pork barbecue and its oozing juice within it.

Get yourself a Kao Moo Dang with just the pork fillet, sesame oil, cinnamon stick, star anise, garlic, salt, pepper, tomato paste, oyster and soy sauce, and palm sugar.

For recipe click here:

Thai Style Red Barbecue Pork over Rice with Red Sauce, Khao Moo Dang – Moo Dang Episode II

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