Thai appetizer (MIANG KUM)
One of the most popular snacks in Thailand, it is cooked everywhere, in different versions. Dried shrimp is often used in the recipe. Serve a snack on the leaves of…

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Thai salad with chicken, shrimp and pineapple
INGREDIENTS 400 g boiled chicken 200 g boiled shrimp 0.5 fresh pineapple 1 head of lettuce 1 onion 2 branches of parsley and mint 1 lemon 2 tbsp vegetable oil…

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Beef Rendang
This indonesian and malay dish is most aboriginal called festive. Beef, coconut milk and lots of spices are stewed together, sometimes a few hours, after which the rendang is served…

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Thai prawns on the grill

The idea of ​​Thai cuisine is based on a balance of tastes. Sweet (cane sugar, coconut milk), spicy (chili pepper, ginger), salty (fish sauce and soy sauce) and sour (lemongrass, lime juice) should live in one dish in absolute harmony. It is easier to achieve it than it seems – all the elements of the puzzle come on fire in an odorous close community, and the result is the desired culinary equality – even in soup, even in a barbecue. Continue reading

Tom Yam Kung
This famous Thai soup must have been tasted by every lover of spicy cuisine who has ever visited Thailand (or just a Thai restaurant). It is not difficult to make…

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Tom Ka, Thai Coconut Chicken Soup
INGREDIENTS 300 g chicken breast fillet 1 liter of chicken stock 150 ml coconut milk 2 medium stems of lemon sorghum 4–5 cm of fresh galangal or ginger root 2…

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Singapore style noodle with shrimp
The notion of Singapore noodles is very loose. More often than not, it means combining Chinese and Thai or Chinese and Indian cuisine in one recipe. INGREDIENTS 300 g rice…

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