Thai Food Recipe

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APPETIZERS    [ View All Recipes in Appetizers ]
Gai satay
   Thai people do not usually have appertizers. They tend to order a variety of dishes and the dishes are all served at the same time or as they are ready. However many restaurants realize that there are some dishes that foreigners order expecting that they will come as a starter so they will try to make sure that these dishes are ready first. The dishes contained in this section are a selection of dishes that I think can be served very successfully as appetizers. They can also be eaten as snacks.

 Chicken satay (Gai satay)
 Prawns in pastry (Goong hom sabai)
 Pork and herb dipping sauce (Nam prik ong)
 Crispy fish salad with green mango (Yum pla duk foo)
 Pork Spring Rolls (Por pier moo )
 Isan Pork Sausage  (Sai Krok Isan)
 Thai Corn Fritters (Khoa Powd Tod)
 Northern Thai-style Grilled Pork or Liver  (Chin Ping, Tap Ping )

THAI CURRIES & SOUPS    [ View All Recipes in Thai Curries & Soups ]
Chu chee pla salmon
   Thai curries and soups are becoming very popular abroad as most of them are easy to make and healthy to eat. Thai soups are made with either water or coconut milk as the base. Some soups are spicy such as Hot and Sour Prawn Soup which combines many Thai flavours. Other soups are not spicy, such as Clear Soup with Minced Pork, and are a good choice when the other dishes being eaten are spicy. Another popular soup is Chicken in Coconut Milk Soup which is a thick, creamy soup. Soups are eaten as part of a main meal and will be one of several dishes at any meal. However, at home you may want to serve the soup as a starter as many people are not used to eating soup along with rice.

 Pan - fried salmon with chu chee curry sauce (Chu chee pla salmon)
 Spicy mixed vegetable soup with prawns (Gaeng liang goong)
 Mussaman beef curry (Gaeng mussaman)
 Green chicken curry (Gaeng khiao wan gai)
 Rice Soup with Prawns (Khao tom goong)
 Chicken and coconut soup (Tom kha gai)
 King prawn soup with chilli and lime (Tom yum Goong)
 Fried Egg in Clear Soup  (Kang Jued Kai Num)
 Red Curry with Roasted Duck  (Kang Phed Ped Yang)
 Fish & Celery Curry (Pa Pad Porng Kar Ree)
 Red Prawn with Curry Sauce (Pa Nang Goong)

RICES    [ View All Recipes in Rices ]
Khao mok gai
   Rice is used in many different ways in Thai cooking. It is often fried with meat and vegetables to make a quick and easy lunch dish.

 Saffron rice with chicken (Khao mok gai)
 Pork Fried Rice with Tomato Sauce (Khao pad moo)

NOODLES    [ View All Recipes in Noodles ]
Phad thai goong sod
   Noodles are also often stir-fried and there are many different sorts of noodles. The dishes which I think you will find simple to cook and delicious to eat.

 Fried Rice Sticks with Shrimp  (Phad thai goong sod)
 Crabs with glass noodles in claypot (Poo ob woon sen)
 Stir-Fried Ribbon Noodles with Pork (Pad Se-Ew Moo)
 Asian beef and noodle (Kway-teo Nuea)

MAIN COURSE    [ View All Recipes in Main Course ]
Chu Chee Goong Lai
You can find most of well known Thai food recipes you have ever heard here. Except those Tom Yum Goong, Pad Thai and some others that we categorized them into other particular food types

 Shrimp in Spicy Coconut (Chu Chee Goong Lai)
 Barbecued Chicken (Gai Yang)
 Stir fried Rice Stick Noodles with Minced Beef (Kway-teo Nuea Sab)
 Stir-Fried Clams with Roasted Chili Paste (Hoy Lai Pad Num Prik Prao)
 Stir-Fried Chicken with Cashew Nuts (Kai Pad Med Ma-Manug)
 Sweet and Sour Sauce fried with Pork  (Moo Pad Preaw Wan)
 Stir-Fried Chicken with Holy basil leaves  (Pad Krapao Gai)
 Beef Panang Curry (Panang Neur)
 Stir-Fried Crab Meat with Curry Power  (Poo Pad Pong Ka-Ree)
 Fried Fish with Tamarind Sauce  (Pla Rad Prik)
 Spicy Chicken Salad (Lahb Gai)
 Chilli Glazed Roast Duck (Ped Op Nam Jim Buoy)
 Stuffed Nutria�s Omelets  (Khai Yad Sai)
 Spicy Caramelized Eggs (Khai Look Kui)
 Anchovy Dip (Chaeo Bong )

VEGETABLES    [ View All Recipes in Vegetables ]
Nor mai farang phad goong
All vegetable dishes for your healthy

 Prawns with asparagus (Nor mai farang phad goong)
 Morning Glory (Phad phak boong)

SALADS    [ View All Recipes in Salads ]
Som tam
Thai salads are mostly pretty sour and spicy but you will love it!

 Green papaya salad (Som tam)
 Spicy pomelo or grapefruit salad (Yum som-o)
 Thai vermicelli Salad with Prawns  (Yum Woon Sen)
 Raw Chopped Beef Salad (Laab Isan)
 Salty Egg Spicy Salad (Yum Khia Toom)

DESSERTS    [ View All Recipes in Desserts ]
Khao tom mad

 Steamed glutinous rice cakes with banana (Khao tom mad)
 Kidney Bean Balls in Ginger Sauce (Bour Loy Nam King)
 Sticky rice with fruits  (Koa-Niew Moon)


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