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Offline ihanema

Thailand food
« on: July 05, 2019, 02:02:17 am »
Hey guys, I'm from Thailand.
I just want to recommend Top best food in Thailand.
The first one is Tom-Yum-Kung as you can see in the movie with Tony Jaa
Next I suggest Somtum or papaya salad. This is for who like spicy food or if you don't like spicy you can tell the shopkeeper
ทางเข้าUFABET
Thanks

Offline J Griffin

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2019, 10:13:34 pm »
another incredibly good recipe!  It's off my diet right now, but this reminder turned on the salivation faucet!!

Offline Susanne

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #2 on: September 03, 2020, 08:44:12 am »
Thailand is at the top of my tour list. Thanks for the tips, it makes me look forward to it.

Offline AnthonyBako

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2023, 07:44:45 pm »
Thailand food is absolutely amazing, isn't it? I can't get enough of the delicious flavors and unique dishes. From Pad Thai to Tom Yum soup, there's something for everyone to enjoy. If you haven't tried it yet, I highly recommend giving it a go. You won't be disappointed!

Offline JasonWills

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2023, 08:06:33 pm »
I stumbled upon this post and decided to revive this thread. Thanks for sharing your recommendations! Tom-Yum-Kung sounds absolutely delicious, and I'll definitely keep an eye out for it next time I watch a movie with Tony Jaa. As for Somtum or papaya salad, I'm always up for a spicy kick, but it's great to know that I can request a milder version if needed. On a related note, if you're ever in the mood for some different cuisine, you might want to consider visiting mexican restaurant near me. The vibrant flavors and diverse dishes are sure to satisfy your taste buds in a whole new way. It's always fun to explore different flavors and cultures!
« Last Edit: May 26, 2023, 08:04:17 pm by JasonWills »

Offline Alessa3322

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #5 on: July 23, 2023, 05:14:05 pm »
I love Asian food and would like to learn how to make it at home, actually. Are there any good, simple recipes you could share with me? Any tips for a complete beginner?

Offline rayed

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #6 on: July 23, 2023, 05:30:31 pm »
Chicken Cashew Stir Fry:

Ingredients:

1 lb (450g) boneless, skinless chicken breast, thinly sliced
1/2 cup cashew nuts
2 cups broccoli florets
1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced
1 carrot, thinly sliced
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
3 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons oyster sauce
1 tablespoon hoisin sauce
1 teaspoon sesame oil
1 teaspoon cornstarch (cornflour)
1/4 cup water
Cooked rice or noodles for serving
Instructions:

In a small bowl, mix together the soy sauce, oyster sauce, hoisin sauce, sesame oil, cornstarch, and water to make the stir-fry sauce. Set it aside.
Heat 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil in a carbon steel wok pan or large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the cashew nuts and stir-fry for 1-2 minutes until they are lightly toasted. Remove the cashews from the wok and set them aside.
In the same wok, add another tablespoon of vegetable oil. Add the sliced chicken and stir-fry until it's cooked through and no longer pink. Remove the chicken from the wok and set it aside with the cashew nuts.
Add the minced garlic to the wok and stir-fry for about 30 seconds until fragrant. Then add the broccoli, red bell pepper, and carrot. Stir-fry for 3-4 minutes until the vegetables are tender-crisp.
Return the cooked chicken and cashew nuts to the wok with the vegetables.
Pour the prepared stir-fry sauce over the chicken and vegetables. Toss everything together, ensuring the sauce coats all the ingredients evenly. Cook for an additional 1-2 minutes until the sauce thickens slightly.
Serve the Chicken Cashew Stir Fry over cooked rice or noodles.
Enjoy your homemade Chicken Cashew Stir Fry! It's a delightful combination of tender chicken, crunchy cashews, and colorful vegetables with a savory Asian-inspired sauce. Feel free to customize the vegetables or add some heat with chili flakes if you prefer spicier flavors. Happy cooking!
« Last Edit: July 24, 2023, 01:53:13 am by rayed »

Offline Nicolassam

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #7 on: December 12, 2023, 04:13:34 pm »
It's not just a meal; it's a culinary adventure. The ingredients are straightforward, and the instructions are a breeze to follow. When I'm in the mood for something scrumptious, I usually make a beeline for my beloved Irish cafe, but after reading your recipe, I think I'll give this one a shot. Who needs takeout when you can whip up a delightful Asian-inspired dish right in your kitchen? The combination of tender chicken, crunchy cashews, and those vibrant, colorful veggies, all bathed in that savory, mouthwatering sauce, sounds like a taste explosion waiting to happen. And the best part? You can tweak it to your liking—add extra heat with some chili flakes or switch up the veggies for variety.
« Last Edit: December 14, 2023, 04:01:45 pm by Nicolassam »

Offline Jocycleph

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #8 on: March 26, 2024, 01:50:53 am »
Thank you for sharing that Thai Chicken Cashew Stir Fry recipe! While I haven't visited Thailand yet, I'm always looking to expand my culinary horizons and experience other cultures through food. A recipe like this one that introduces Thai flavors but isn't as spicy seems like a great place for those new to the cuisine to start. I think this weekend I'll head to the international grocery store to pick up the ingredients and then give it a try.

Offline davidbonn

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #9 on: March 26, 2024, 10:29:11 am »
While not as refined, if you carry a small non stick frying pan even the solo traveler can improvise a decent stir fry for one.

If you can hit a grocery store with a salad bar or can get a little snack packet of veggies you have a great starting point.  Add some chicken or salmon from a retort pouch or even summer sausage for protein.

Sauces?  You can sort of improvise this if you are lazy by finding an asian-themed packet of salad dressing from that salad bar.  Or you can find various powdered sauce mixes for about $2.  You'll probably need to add some sugar (get packets of sugar from the coffee service at a mini mart) and soy sauce -- probably from the deli section at a grocery store.

Try improvising this at home first before trying it on the road.

Offline Jocycleph

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #10 on: March 26, 2024, 10:01:14 pm »
While not as refined, if you carry a small non stick frying pan even the solo traveler can improvise a decent stir fry for one.

If you can hit a grocery store with a salad bar or can get a little snack packet of veggies you have a great starting point.  Add some chicken or salmon from a retort pouch or even summer sausage for protein.

Sauces?  You can sort of improvise this if you are lazy by finding an asian-themed packet of salad dressing from that salad bar.  Or you can find various powdered sauce mixes for about $2.  You'll probably need to add some sugar (get packets of sugar from the coffee service at a mini mart) and soy sauce -- probably from the deli section at a grocery store.

Try improvising this at home first before trying it on the road.

That’s a clever approach to stir-frying on the go! It’s great to hear how you can still enjoy a taste of Thai cuisine, even when traveling. The idea of using a salad bar for fresh veggies and a simple sauce mix is resourceful. I’ll definitely keep your tips in mind for my next trip. Thanks for sharing, @davidbonn!

Offline Mordo09

Re: Thailand food
« Reply #11 on: April 13, 2024, 04:01:04 pm »
When it comes to Thai street food, there's something really special about the flavors and atmosphere. My friend Mary is a great cook, but we both agree that nothing beats the experience of eating authentic Thai street food. As much as we enjoy Mary's homemade Thai dishes, they just can't match the energy and flavors of street food. That's something we both feel every time we treat ourselves to our favorite vendors' tasty snacks.