STIR-FRIED NOODLES WITH PORK AND SOY SAUCE/ PHAT SI EW

PAD SEE EW/THAI STIR-FRIED NOODLES WITH SOY SAUCE

I believe it’s hard to find any Asian, especially Southeast Asian and East Asian people who don’t enjoy having stir-fried noodles. If the Italians have their spaghetti, stir-fried noodles are the case with...

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GRILLED BEEF SALAD FROM ISAN/ NAAM TOK NUEA

GRILLED BEEF SALAD FROM ISAN / NAAM TOK NUEA

This grilled beef salad from Isan is highly delicious. Isan is a Northeastern region in Thailand, which the word Isan itself means Northeast. From what I read, the area is mainly populated by...

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BAMBOO SHOOT SALAD/ SUB NO MAI

BAMBOO SHOOT SALAD/ SUB NO MAI

You will find bamboo shoot being used widely in Asian cuisine. They are cooked in soup, stir-fried, boiled, as filler in spring rolls, etc and come in many forms and shape too. If...

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THAI STEAMED FISH CAKE/ HA MOK PLA

Thai steamed fish cake or known as ha mok pla in Thai language is another one of my favorite Thai food. The fish fillet is finely chopped and seasoned with Thai red curry...

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STIR-FRIED CHICKEN WITH HOLY BASIL ON RICE/ GAI PHAT KRAPAO

STIR-FRIED CHICKEN WITH HOLY BASIL ON RICE/ GAI PHAT KRAPAO

Stir-fried chicken with holy basil on rice in an absolutely delicious and popular street food in Thailand. I’ve always loved Thai food. Their usage of variety of herbs and spices, like in Indonesian...

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SWEET STICKY RICE WITH COCONUT AND MANGO/ KHAO NIAW MAMUANG

SWEET STICKY RICE WITH COCONUT AND MANGO/ KHAO NIAW MAMUANG

I have linked sweet sticky rice with coconut and mango to Thailand almost immediately. It’s like one of the things you must try if you have not when you are in Thailand. This...

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THAI RICE SOUP/ JOAK/ KHAO TOM

THAI RICE SOUP/ JOAK/ KHAO TOM

Rice soup or joak in Thai language is a very common Thai dish for breakfast or late night snack. This also holds true in other Southeast Asia countries and East Asia for porridge/congee....

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