From this hot soup smells like real Thailand – that noisy, sea, floral, dark-skinned and smiling paradise with spicy aromas, in which we love to go to rest – well, and eat, of course.
300 g of various peeled seafood (scallops, squid fillet, mussels)
300 g large shrimps or langoustines in shells
1 liter of strong chicken or spicy vegetable stock Continue reading
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. Last winter, he explored the national gastronomic culture of Thailand. After studying at two culinary schools and an internship in the famous restaurants of Bangkok and Phuket, Denis generously shares his discoveries. Continue reading
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.
300 g rice vermicelli (funchoza)
200 g raw shrimp
2 eggs Continue reading