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Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Shrimp Soup) Add to Trip!
Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Shrimp Soup) Add to Trip!

Add galangal, lemongrass, and kaffir lime leaves to pan; simmer 10 minutes. Strain broth mixture through a sieve into a bowl; discard …

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Som Tum (Spicy Green Papaya Salad) Add to Trip!
Som Tum (Spicy Green Papaya Salad) Add to Trip!

Som tum Thai is an incredibly popular Thai salad made of shredded green papaya. It hits the spot with its sweet, salty, tangy, and spicy flavor combo. It hits the spot with its sweet, salty, tangy, and spicy flavor combo.

Gaeng Daeng (Red Curry)
Gaeng Daeng (Red Curry)

Gaeng Daeng Gai This authentic spicy coconut milk based red curry uses homemade red curry paste. Flavored with both fresh and dried spices, kaffir lime leaves and fresh sweet basil leaves it is a harmonious dish with chicken.

Pad Thai (Thai Style Fried Noodles)
Pad Thai (Thai Style Fried Noodles)

Pad Thai recipe, Thai-Style Stir-Fried Noodles, with history by Thai native and cooking teacher, Kasma Loha-unchit. Kasma's Thai Food & Travel Explore Thai Food and Travel with Kasma Loha-unchit.

Khao Pad (Fried Rice)
Khao Pad (Fried Rice)

You can order Thai fried rice with your choice of meat, but one of my personal favorite versions is known in Thai as khao pad goong (ข้าวผัดกุ้ง), or fried rice with shrimp.

Pad Krapow Moo Saap (Fried Basil and Pork)
Pad Krapow Moo Saap (Fried Basil and Pork)

If you can't find Bai Krapow or Holy Basil, you can even use the regular Thai basil you can find at any Asian markets near you. In which case you'll technically be making Pad Horapa (Stir-fry with Thai Basil) instead of Pad Krapow (Stir-fry with Holy Basil), but it'll be good just the same.

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Gaeng Keow Wan Kai (Green Chicken Curry)
Gaeng Keow Wan Kai (Green Chicken Curry)

Place your chicken, 2 cups of coconut milk, fish sauce, and laos powder in a wok or large frying pan, and bring to a boil, allowing them to boil until the chicken is cooked and tender. Remove your chicken from the pan with a slotted spoon leaving everything else behind, and put it on a plate and set aside.

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Pad Thai
Pad Thai

Pad Thai is a stir-fried noodle dish, typical street fare in Thailand and perhaps the #1 order at your local Thai restaurant. The traditional version is a bit funky (fish sauce and dried shrimp), sour (fresh tamarind paste), and sweet (palm sugar).

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Spring Rolls
Spring Rolls

Science says: Shrimp is a good low-fat, high-protein substitute for meat and does not raise cholesterol.

Red Pork Noodle Soup (Kuay Teow Moo Daeng)
Red Pork Noodle Soup (Kuay Teow Moo Daeng)

1 package fresh thin rice noodles 1 pound pork tenderloin 1 package red roast pork powder 1 tablespoon thin soy sauce 1/2 …

Kai Jeow
Kai Jeow

Whether I'm trying to put a late-night dinner on the table or cooking for one, a Thai-style omelet (kai jeow) is what I often turn to for an easy …

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Pad Kra Pao
Pad Kra Pao

In this Thai basil chicken recipe, you’ll learn to cook an …

Chicken Soup
Chicken Soup

Stir in chicken broth and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 30 minutes. Strain chicken broth and set aside. Discard lemon grass, garlic, and ginger. Heat vegetable oil in a large soup pot over medium heat; Stir in chicken; cook and stir for 5 minutes. Stir in mushrooms and cook for 5 more minutes.

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Pad See Ew
Pad See Ew

A real restaurant quality recipe for Pad See Ew, the popular Thai stir fried noodles straight from the streets of Thailand. While Pad Thai is sweeter and nuttier, Pad See Ew …

Som Tam
Som Tam

Interestingly, Leela Punyaratabandhu, author of the excellent She Simmers blog, explains in her book Simple Thai Food that the name som tam essentially means a salad made in a mortar, from an old dialect word for sour, and the verb “to pound” – so “though green papaya is the most popular main ingredient … it is by no means the definitive ingredient”.

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Por Pia Tord (Fried Spring Roll)
Por Pia Tord (Fried Spring Roll)

Must-eat in Thailand: Por Pia Tord One dish that you must eat when you are in Thailand is Por Pia Tord, which is the Thai version of fried spring rolls. Spring rolls are synonymous with Asian food and variations are commonly found in China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Laos, Singapore and of course Thailand.

Panaeng (Meat in Spicy Coconut Cream)
Panaeng (Meat in Spicy Coconut Cream)

This spicy and creamy curry is perfect when paired with rice or eaten alone as a hot ... Spicy Thai Coconut Curry ... Combine the coconut milk, coconut cream, ...

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Som Tam (Spicy Papaya Salad)
Som Tam (Spicy Papaya Salad)

Green papaya salad with dried shrimp and peanuts is called som tum …

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Moo Sa-Te (Grilled Pork Sticks With Turmeric)
Moo Sa-Te (Grilled Pork Sticks With Turmeric)

Moo Sa-Te (Grilled Pork Sticks with Turmeric) Moo Sa-Te is a delicious and popular cuisine of Thailand, also one of 10 Thai well-known dishes loved by foreign visitors. It is a tempting appetizer made from grilled pork stick enjoyed with a rich juicy sauce which uses curry powder and turmeric.

Tom Yam Kai (Spicy Chicken Soup)
Tom Yam Kai (Spicy Chicken Soup)

Tom yam kai (Thai: ต้มยำไก่) is the chicken version of the soup. Tom …

Tom Kha Kai (Chicken in Coconut Milk Soup)
Tom Kha Kai (Chicken in Coconut Milk Soup)

A tom kha gai soup must have galangal in it. That's what the name is about. Kha in Thai means galangal. This recipe also lack of a very important ingredient - lime leave! For a real taste and flavor, you must make a trip to the Asian shop. Galangal, lemongrass, lime leave and bird eye chili all freeze well.

source: myrecipes.com