Classic Thai Food

Warm Eggplant Salad
INGREDIENTS 100 g peeled eggplant 40 g of corn starch 10 g of water 3 sprigs of cilantro 30 g pickled lychee 70 g salad dressing deep-frying vegetable oil For…

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Gado gado salad
This salad with an amazing name for us is an Asian version of French Nicoise. That is, different ingredients are laid out on one dish - mostly vegetables, but there…

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Khao Yam, green salad with rice
Since rice is the main food of Thais, in every house it is cooked immediately in large quantities. What remains after lunch or dinner is used to prepare other dishes.…

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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 (of course, along with rice and a bunch of snacks)
to a wedding table or during big celebrations. Although in modern society it may well
be prepared and just for a Sunday family dinner. If you have a slow cooker at home
(slowcooker), preparing a rendang will be even easier. Continue reading

Gado gado salad

This salad with an amazing name for us is an Asian version of French
Nicoise. That is, different ingredients are laid out on one dish – mostly vegetables, but there are still
boiled eggs, tofu, and sometimes meat, poultry, or shrimp. Everyone takes what he wants – and water
optional sauce. A very convenient format for a big feast when people gather
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Thai spring rolls

Our compatriots, having returned from Thailand, are sure to talk about what they tried there and what they did not dare to try. It seems that not a single tourist passed these beautiful crunchy pancakes with different fillings. Of course, you can buy ready-made sauce for them – any sweet-spicy chili sauce will do. But preparing a homemade option will take quite a bit of time – and how much tastier it will turn out! Continue reading

Sweet black rice
Frankly speaking, from our European point of view, desserts are not the strongest place in many Asian cuisines. And who needs them there, when so many goodies all year round…

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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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Thai soup "Burning Sun"
INGREDIENTS Chicken broth (from breasts) - 1 liter Half lime juice Shallots - 1 pcs. Lemon grass - 20 g Curry - 1 tsp Zira - 0.5 tsp Chili pepper…

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