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Top 10 delicious Thai dishes you should try
Thai food is one of the most popular cuisines in the world, known for its local dishes and unique flavors. One of the characteristics of Thai cuisine is the richness of spices and fresh ingredients. Common spices such as hot peppers, garlic, onions, herbs, fish sauce and chili sauce are widely used in dishes to create unique and delicious flavors. 1. Pad Thai:
Pad Thai is a popular and typical Thai dish. It is made from rice noodles stir-fried with eggs, shrimp or chicken, onions, peanuts and herbs. Pad Thai is often served with bean sprouts, lime leaves, cabbage, perilla and a little chili salt. Pad Thai has a sweet and sour and slightly spicy taste. It is a very popular dish in restaurants and eateries in Thailand. You can find Pad Thai everywhere, from street food stalls to luxury restaurants. 2. Tom Yum:
Tom Yum is a typical Thai sour soup, with a delicious, sour and spicy flavor. This soup can be made with many different types of meat such as shrimp, chicken, beef, or mushrooms. However, shrimp is the most commonly used. How to prepare Tom Yum includes cooking bone broth with spices such as lime leaves, lemongrass, chili, coriander, purple onion, garlic, fish sauce and sugar. Then, shrimp meat or other meats will be added and cooked in the broth. Tom Yum is usually eaten with white rice and can be dipped in shrimp fish sauce or chili sauce. This is a very popular dish in Thailand and it is considered one of the most typical soups of the country
3. Khao Soi:
Khao Soi is a typical spicy noodle dish of Northern Thailand. This dish has a mild, spicy flavor and it is served with chicken or beef. Khao Soi noodles are made from long fresh noodles, cooked in a broth with a high concentration of curry, then served with marinated and grilled chicken or beef, herbs and onions. This dish is often prepared with spices such as curry, chili, coconut water, sugar, fish sauce, chili sauce and purple onions. Khao Soi is served with raw vegetables such as bean sprouts, coriander, herbs and lemon. This is a favorite dish in Thailand, especially in the North.

4. Som Tam:

Som Tam is a typical Thai papaya salad. This dish is made from papaya, green cucumber, carrots, chili, black beans, coriander, purple onion, dried shrimp, roasted peanuts and fish sauce. Preparing Som Tam begins by pounding papaya, cucumber and carrot. Then, spices such as fish sauce, sugar, garlic, chili sauce and lemon will be mixed. Finally, other ingredients such as dried shrimp and roasted peanuts will be added to add more flavor to the dish. Som Tam has sour, spicy, sweet and salty flavors, and is one of Thailand's most popular and favorite dishes. It is often eaten with white rice or toasts. 5. Massaman Curry:
Massaman Curry is a delicious typical Thai dish, with a spicy, sweet and filling flavor. This dish originates from South Asia and is created by combining typical ingredients such as peanuts, bananas, potatoes and beef or chicken. Massaman Curry starts by cooking coconut milk and broth with spices such as chili, curry powder, kumquat and lime leaves. Then, other ingredients such as beef or chicken, peanuts, bananas, potatoes, purple onions and garlic will be added and cooked in the broth. Massaman Curry has a rich and sweet flavor, served with white rice or bread. It is one of the most typical and beloved dishes of Thailand. 6. Moo Ping:
Moo Ping is a Thai barbecue dish made from chopped pork and marinated with spices then skewered on bamboo or wooden sticks, grilled over charcoal until the meat is cooked and has a beautiful brown color. Spices used to marinate meat include cooking oil, sugar, soy sauce, salt, black pepper, chili powder, lemongrass powder and garlic. When grilling, Moo Ping is often rotated to ensure the dish is cooked evenly and does not burn. Moo Ping has a rich and delicious flavor. It is often eaten with white rice or bread, and is considered one of Thailand's most popular dishes. 7. Laeng Saeb:
Laeng Saeb is a traditional Thai spicy soup, made from beef, herbs, hot chili peppers, coconut water and fish sauce. Beef is cut into thin pieces and cooked in coconut milk until tender. Then, the hot peppers are pureed with garlic, onions and other spices to create a delicious and spicy broth. The beef and broth are then combined together to create a spicy soup full of flavor. Laeng Saeb is often eaten with herbs and bread cut into small pieces to soak in the broth. With its spicy taste and delicious taste of coconut water, Laeng Saeb is a very popular dish in Thai meals. 8. Roti:
Roti is a delicious Thai street dessert, made from flour, sugar, milk and eggs. The flour and other ingredients are mixed together to create a soft dough, which is then kneaded and re-kneaded to create a smooth and uniform dough. The dough is then cut into small pieces and cooked into thin rice paper by kneading and spreading the dough on a work surface, then frying in a hot pan with cooking oil. After being fried to a crisp and golden color, Roti is enjoyed with a variety of dishes such as condensed milk, condensed butter, cream, bananas, eggs and many sweet sauces. 9. Mango sticky rice:
Mango sticky rice is a delicious and popular Thai dessert, with the main ingredient being sticky rice made from sticky rice, coconut milk and salt, combined with ripe mango. Sticky rice is soaked overnight and then steamed in a steamer, then mixed with coconut milk to create a supple and delicious texture. The mango is then peeled and cut into small pieces, then mixed well with sticky rice. Mango sticky rice is often eaten with some spices such as roasted peanuts, roasted chestnuts, lotus seeds, and coconut milk. This is a very popular dessert at parties and festivals in Thailand. 10. Coconut ice cream: Coconut ice cream is a popular dessert in Thailand, made from fresh coconut and white sugar. This ice cream has a unique flavor, greasy, delicious and cool, a perfect combination of fresh cream and fresh coconut.
To make Thai coconut ice cream, people use fresh coconut meat, mince it and mix it with condensed milk to create a smooth ice cream mixture. Then, white granulated sugar is added and stirred until the sugar is completely dissolved. This ice cream is usually placed in small coconuts or ice cream bowls and enjoyed with a little crushed ice on top. Thai coconut ice cream is often sold on local streets and markets, where visitors can enjoy its unique flavor and feel the freshness on hot days. Sưu tầm

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