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Pattaya City Thailand, An introduction to Thai Food

An introduction to Thai Food

Thai Iced Coffee

Thai Iced Coffee

Thai coffee can be found in Asian food markets under the label oliang powder mixed. Add the milk to the brewed coffee slowly, allowing it to cascade through the ice.
Chicken Pad 
Thai

Chicken Pad Thai

The rice-noodle dish from Thailand, is made with chicken, tofu, bean sprouts. The fish sauce is available at Asian markets and can be kept forever.
Massaman Curry

Massaman Curry

This dish, based on a Thai and Muslim combination includes potatoes, peanuts, and five-spice powder, is one of the best. For this spicy dish, a chenin blanc wine from the Loire Valley in France or from California is a good match.
Salmon with Thai Rice Salad

Salmon with Thai Rice Salad

Rich broiled salmon rests atop a lean vegetable and rice salad to make a beautifully balanced meal. The Asian dressing includes big impact flavours fish sauce, lime juice, and cayenne. With this dish, try a simple kabinett wine from Germany's Mosel region.
Stir-fried Thai Noodles

Stir-fried Thai Noodles

Although this dish is traditionally made with flat rice stick noodles, thin dried rice vermicelli can also be used. Dried shrimp and preserved radishes can be difficult to find, but the considerable flavour and texture they provide make them well worth the search.
Thai One-Pot

Thai One-Pot

Ground pork, rice, bell peppers, and shiitake mushrooms are cooked in a single pan and flavoured with soy sauce, lime juice, and cayenne. Quick, and delicious, to prepare.
Green Mango Salad

Green Mango Salad

This salad has a unique contrast of textures and flavours. Tiny bits of sautéed pork are a rich counterpoint to the crunchy bite and sour taste of green mangoes. Since green mangoes are not always available, tart green apples may be used in their place.
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