There are a lot of reasons to visit Thailand, the beautiful beaches , huge golden temples with unique architecture and especially the cuisine. When we mention Thailand food to our friend, we can image how hot and spicy they can think.
- Tom Yum Goong
The connection of sweet, sour, hot and salty flavours is what makes Thai dishes so distinct and nowhere is it more clear than in the Thai national soup tom yum. We must talk about Tom Yum Goong because this is a national scent of Thailand. Thailand travel packages
By using generous of odorous herbs,a little lemongrass, lime leaves, galangal, and some eschalots bring the fantastic taste, with chilis and fish sauce providing the kick, material comes in the form of jumbo shrimp (goong) and mushrooms. The flavour is a perfect combination of spicy hot and sour and makes for an ideal start to a meal, or – when we use it with rice – a commendable main dish.
- Som Tam
Som tam is a “spicy papaya salad” comes from northeast Thailand. The recipes for this dish is shredded green papaya and an amount of heat. Adding barbequed chicken and lumps of sticky rice to have a fully ingredient dish. Indochina tours Thailand
- Geng Kheaw Wan Gai
This is Geng Kheaw Wan Gai (Green Curry Chicken).
It is an exciting dish with green colour and some chili slices point. You should only taste this dishes if you actually suffer spice of green hot chillies and a lot of other hot spice . It’s also the least like Indian curry. You can say it is the most spiciest dishes among spicy dishes. Thailand has a way of making borrowed food distinctively Thai. The proof is in the coconut milk
- Pad Thai
Don’t forget Pad Thai.
There are an large number of variations of the dish but usually noodles are dressed up with tofu, some bean sprouts, onion, and the brilliant final touch: peanuts ground to near dust. Pad Thai is a diner-participation meal with sour and spicy specific, fleshy spicy of crushed peanuts, you can put on the touches of fish sauce, sugar, chili powder, and squeeze a slice of lemon to have a good taste.