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Thailand foods/gourmet you must try

Famous food top 5

  1. ต้มยำกุ้ง(Tom yum goong): It’s derived from the Thai words “tom,” which refers to the boiling process, “yam,” a Thai spicy and sour salad, and “kung” for shrimp. There’s not much information about its origins, but many locals say it’s a central Thai soup that emerged due to the abundance of freshwater shrimp mainly from the Chao Phraya River
  2. ข้าวมันไก่(Khao Man Gai): Khao Man Gai is often called the Thai variation of Hainanese Chicken Rice. It’s very unique to Thai cuisine, however, as on its own, it is free of spice or any additional flavors, unlike most Thai dishes. It is however, very popular! Khao Man Gai literally means rice oily chicken in Thai.
  3. ผัดไทย(phat thai=Thai fried rice noodle): Pad thai, phat thai, or phad thai, is a stir-fried rice noodle dish commonly served as a street food in Thailand as part of the country’s cuisine. It is typically made with rice noodles, shrimp, peanuts, a scrambled egg, and bean sprouts. The ingredients are fried in a wok.
  4. แกงเขียวหวาน(Green curry): Green curry is a central Thai variety of curry. Main ingredients: Coconut milk; green curry paste; palm sugar; fish sauce; kaffir lime leaves; Thai basil.
  5. แกงมัสมั่น(Massaman, Matsaman- Massaman curry): Massaman curry is a rich, flavourful, and mildly spicy Thai curry. It is a fusion dish, combining ingredients from three sources: Persia, the Indian Subcontinent, and the Malay Archipelago with ingredients more commonly used in native Thai cuisine to make massaman curry paste.

Famous Sweets

  1. ข้าวเหนียวมะม่วง(Khao Neow Ma Muang-Mango sticky rice): Khao Niew means ‘sticky rice’ in Thai while Ma Muang means ‘mango. ’ The sticky rice that is used in this dessert is a common staple for many Thai dishes and desserts found throughout the country. To prepare the dessert, the sticky rice is cooked and then added to a mixture of coconut cream or milk and natural sugar.
  2. ทับทิมกรอบ(Thapthim krop-crispy rubies): Thapthim krop is one of the best known Thai desserts, having been named one of the world’s best 50 desserts by CNN Travel. It is made of cubes of water chestnuts soaked in grenadine or red food dye, then boiled in tapioca flour. This dessert is known as “pomegranate seeds” or “rubies” because of its appearance.
  3. บัวลอย(Bua loi): Bua loi or bua loy is a Thai dessert. It consists of rice flour rolled into small balls, and cooked in coconut milk and sugar. Some Bua loi also adds sweet egg into the recipe. It was inspired by Tangyuan, a Chinese dessert that is traditionally eaten around the Lantern festival.

Famous Drinks

ชาเย็น(cha yen-Thai tea): Thai tea is usually known as a Thai drink made from Ceylon black tea, milk, and sugar. Thai tea as it is consumed in Thailand is not typically brewed with spices, though many English language recipes inspired by Thai tea include ingredients such as star anise or cardamom to enhance the flavor.

Thailand food trivia

  • อร่อย=Aroi: means “It’s delicious”
  • Though Thailand is an Asian country but they use folks and spoons for foods, instead of chopstick.
  • 4 types of noodle: เส้นหมี่ thin, เส้นเล็ก middle, เส้นใหญ่ thick noodle, and บะหมี่ Bakmi(egg noodle).
  • Thai curry doesn’t use curry powder which is different with Indian curry. Thai curries have a brighter, fresher flavor and often include lemongrass, galangal, and kaffir lime leaves.

Other famous foods

  1. ส้มตำ(Som tam or som tum=Thai Papaya Salad): is a traditional Thai-style papaya salad from the Isan region of northeastern Thailand . Som means sour and tam means beaten, and the name comes from the fact that green papaya slices are pounded together with ingredients such as fish sauce and garlic.
  2. น้ำตกหมู(Mu Yang Nam tok): is either a soup or a meat salad from Southeast Asia. In the Lao and Thai language, the phrase means waterfall. The meat salad in Lao cuisine is just a sliced instead of minced meat version of larb, Laos’ national dish.
  3. ไก่ย่าง(Kai yang): roasted chicken. A whole chicken is often halved and pounded flat. It is marinated and then grilled over a low heat on a charcoal flame for a long time, but is not cooked to be burnt or dry. The marinade typically includes fish sauce, garlic, turmeric, coriander root (cilantro), and white pepper. Many variations exist, and it is also quite common to find black soy sauce, hoisin sauce, shallots, leaves and seeds of coriander, lemongrass, chilis, ginger, vinegar, palm sugar, and MSG.
  4. ต้มข่าไก่(Tom kha kai): Tom kha kai, tom kha gai, or Thai coconut soup is a spicy and sour hot soup with coconut milk in Thai cuisine.
  5. ข้าวซอย(Khao soi): The name means ‘cut rice’, although it is possible that it is simply a corruption of the Burmese word for noodles – “khao swè” – which may account for the variations. This is a deliciously rich, creamy, slightly spicy yellow curry dish originating in Northern Thailand.
  6. เย็นตาโฟ(Yong tau foo): It is a noodle dish topped with benifu milk (fermented tofu with red malt) and surimi dumplings (mainly meat or fish).
  7. ปูผัดผงกะหรี่(Poo Pad Pong Curry): is a curry- flavored stir-fried crab dish that is mainly eaten in Thailand . In Thai , phu (ปู) means crab, pad (ผัด) means stir-fried, pon (ผง) means powder, and curry (กะหรี่) means curry.
  8. ก๋วยเตี๋ยว(Kuyteav): the name of a type of food Made from rice flour into strips. If boiled and then cooked with ingredients such as pork, it is called dry noodles. If it is added to soup, it is called water noodles. If the noodles are stir-fried, it is called fried noodles.
  9. ข้าวยำ-khao yum means cooked rice or steamed rice eaten with various types of vegetables. and meat Mixed with various types of cooking water or sauce that gives a sour, salty, sweet taste, giving the same characteristics as a salad.
  10. ไอศกรีม ขนม= icecream bread
  11. จิ้มจุ่ม(Chim chum): It is traditionally made with chicken or pork and fresh herbs such as galangal, sweet basil, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves, cooked in a small clay pot on a charcoal stove. It is often served with nam chim.