Thai cuisine
Personal experience is perhaps the most valuable information in any field. Cooking, and especially national cuisine, is no exception. Let's look at Thai cuisine through the eyes of Denis Gromov.…

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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,…

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Turkey meatballs in coconut pumpkin sauce
Thai style dish. Pumpkin in this sauce sounds delicate, other additives dominate - curry, coconut, chili. In a plate you will taste salty, spicy, sweet and sour at the same…

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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

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 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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Shrimp Fried Rice
INGREDIENTS shrimp 12 pcs. ground curry 1 tsp garlic, clove 1 pc. brown rice 50 g soy sauce 1 tbsp 1/4 chili pepper vegetable oil 3 tbspsugar 1/2 tsp STEP-BY-STEP…

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Thai Shrimp Omelet
These thin egg pancakes have gained worldwide popularity. They are rolled up into a tube, cut into strips and added to rice or put in chicken stock before serving. Thai-style…

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