Tagged: Common Thai Food

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Thai spicy egg salad (photo: cooking.kapook.com) 0

Thai Spicy Egg Salad: Yum Kai Tom

Today, we are making an easy Thai spicy egg salad that is called Yum Kai Tom (ยำไข่ต้ม) in Thai. This is a simple menu that is also a nice condiment. You only need soft boiled...

khanom pang na moo with cucumber relish (photo credit: topicstock.pantip.com) 0

Thai Pork Toast: Khanom Pang Na Moo

Thai pork toast is a popular snack and appetizer similar to Thai fish cakes. This kind of fried bread is also referred to as Thai canapés. Commonly this snack, which is bread covered with minced pork and fried,...

Thai Fried Rice with Vegetables (photo: Sirinya Pakditawan) 0

Thai Style Fried Rice with Vegetables

Thai Fried Rice (Khao Pad, ข้าวผัด) is an easy dish and popular menu in Thailand. Steamed rice is usually fried with crab meat or chicken and eggs until they are golden brown. It is seasoned...

Thai fish cakes (photo credit: aroi.com) 1

Thai Fish Cakes: Tod Man Pla

Thai fish cakes (Tod Man Pla – ทอดมันปลา) are one of my favourite snacks. They are a common street food in Thailand and very tasty and flavourful. Since the patties are not battered, the fresh taste...

Stir-fried sweet & sour vegetables and chicken (photo: Sirinya's Thailand Blog) 0

Stir-Fried Sweet & Sour Vegetables and Chicken

Stir-fried sweet & sour vegetables and chicken is an easy dish that not only eaten in Thailand but in other Southeast Asian countries as well. It can be prepared with different vegetables and protein sources like chicken or shrimps. For...

Homemade Pad Pak (photo taken by myself) 0

Pad Pak – Stir-Fried Mixed Vegetables

Stir-fried mixed vegetables is an easy dish that is called Pad Pak (ผัดผักรวมมิตร) in Thai. It is probably the dish that I have most often 🙂 You can choose your favourite vegetables and add shrimps,...

Homemade pad see ew with thin rice noodles and broccoli (photo taken by myself) 0

Pad See Ew – Noodles Stir-Fried With Soy Sauce

Pad See Ew (ผัดซีอิ๊ว) is a very popular Chinese-influenced stir-fried noodle dish eaten in Thailand and Laos. The ingredients are thick rice noodles (Kuai-tiao Sen Yai), light and dark soy sauce, garlic, Chinese broccoli/kale, egg and some thin sliced meat....

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