Thai Food Recipe





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  RECIPES  
 
Moo Pad Preaw Wan
Sweet and Sour Sauce fried with Pork  (Moo Pad Preaw Wan)
    A dish of stir-fried pork sweetened with pineapple and cucumber.   [ View ]

Phad phak boong
Morning Glory (Phad phak boong)
    This is a delicious dish and is often cooked as a show piece in some restaurants. Is is normally cooked very fast and furiously over a high heat and then in some establishments,a waiter will run over to the other side of the road while the cook stands with his back to the road. The cook will then throw the contents of his wok over his head, over the road and it is caught (or not!) on a plate by the waiter.   [ View ]

Pad Krapao Gai
Stir-Fried Chicken with Holy basil leaves  (Pad Krapao Gai)
    This Chicken Basil Recipe is one of the classics Thai menu. It made using holy basil which has a slightly hot taste to it but you can use any sort of basil you like.   [ View ]

Gai satay
Chicken satay (Gai satay)
    Satay are Malaysian-Indonesian dish from Sourthen Thailand. Our chick verson is sweet and aromatic from the turmeric and garlic, rather than hot or spicy. This is served with its own satay sauce made with peanuts, coconut milk and palm sugar. The satay can also be served with Cucumber Relish.   [ View ]
 
   
 
  INGREDIENTS  
 
Ingredients
    Thai food mix of many ingredients, some ingredients are herb and spices. It's healthful if you eat food that including by good ingredient. Vegetables are the most popular use in Thai food that you see many dish of Thai food put together. Also if you prefer to diet Thai food is one choice. [ View ]

 
   
   
 
 
     

     
 

Feasting Thai Food in the Streets

Feasting Thai food in the Street
    First come the pile drivers to lay the foundations for one of the huge new buildings that seem to be rising on almost every street corner in Bangkok and other major cities. The workers follow, setting up a collection of temporary shacks on or near the site. And the, often simultaneously, the Thai food vendors appear, ready to supply a quick, inexpensive and above all convenient meat to anyone who happens to crave one.

     Admids the aroma of charcoal fires and cooked Thai food, Thailand's street vendors sell an impressive variety of Thai food. Customers can sit down to enjoy their meal and watch the unfolding street scene whilst adding to the colorful mosaic themselves. A Thai city street without Thai food vendors is as hard to imagine as one devoid of traffic.

     As a result of this widespread intreest, Thai stree food has evolved into a distinctive culinary category all its own,
generally characterized by speed of preparation (if any is done on the spot) and easy portability of equipment. It can be divided into two categories: snacks and more substantial fare, meaning that one can buy what amounts to a multi-course meal without setting foot in a restaurant.

    Snacks come in various shapes and sizes. Some may consist of nothing more than freshly sliced fruit sprinkled with salt, sugar, dried chilies or a combination of these seasonings. Others may be a selection of traditional sweets, prepared by the vendor at home and temptingly arranged in a display case.

     Other vendors offer moodle creations adequate for a fast, nourishing lunch. To produce the universally popular "kway-tiaow" soup, a bowl of freshly cooked rice noodles is given a few ladles of meat stock, then topped with precooked pork or chicken, and sprinkled with sugar, crushed peanuts and dried chili flakes, while for "Pad Thai" the noodles are quickly stir-fried with garlic, spring onions, dried shrimp, tamarine and variety of spices. "Gai Yang", northern-style barbecued chicken, is grilled over a charcoal brazier and served with side orders of gutinous rice and green papaya salad.

     Just about every governor of Bankok has tried, ad some point in their tenure, to outlaw the city's food venders. General untidiness, civic higiene and even sidewalk obstruction are among the reasons cited for banishing Bangkok's colorful street vendors.

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