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1. The Thai Kitchen

Like most Asian cuisines, the wok is central to Thai cooking. Woks are used for everything from stir-fries to curries, and even noodle dishes. Woks are also used for deep-frying and steaming. . .

 

 

2. The Charm Of Thai Food

As the Thai food's ingredients are small quantity of fat and meat (with about 20% of fat), the Thai people, then, are fortunate in their fat taking less than the western people, and less risky of having breast cancer. The charm of Thai food depends on: Flavor, Decoration, Ingredients, Values and Harmony. . .

 

 

3. Top 10 Thai Food

The Office of the National Culture Commission had conducted a survey of Thai restaurants all over the world to find out ten favourite Thai dishes of foreigners. The results were . . . .

 

 

4. Thai Cooking Tips

In order to achieve the greatest taste sensation from your Thai cooking, be sure to start with fresh ingredients, having the right equipment, lastly know how to adjust the taste of the food to the balance of Salty, Sour, Spicy, and Sweet. . .

 

 

5. Is Thai Food good for you ?

The Health Benefits of Thai Cuisine : Several Thai dishes, such as Tom Yum Soup, are currently under scientific study for their incredible health benefits. Of course, it's already known that many of the fresh herbs and spices used in Thai cooking - such as turmeric, galangal, coriander, lemongrass, and fresh chillies - have immune-boosting and disease-fighting power. Find out more about these. . .

 

 

6. Health benefits of Thai Soup Under Study

For years, zesty Tom Yum Gung soup has been a mainstay of Thai cooking. And now researchers are thinking it just might have cancer-fighting ingredients as well as good taste. . .

 

 

7. Benefits of Chlies

Eating chillies regularly could help people get a good night's sleep and keep their hearts healthy, an Australian university study has found. . .

 

 

8. Thai Food and Culture

In Thailand, food forms a central part of any social occasions—and vice versa. That is, food often becomes the social occasion in itself, or reason to celebrate. This is partly due to the friendly, social nature of Thai people, but also because of the way in which food is ordered and eaten in Thailand. . .

 

 

9. Get To Know Thai Food

When you think of Thai food, you would think of the 'Hot and Spicy’ taste and probably believe that all Thai food are very hot and spicy. That is a misunderstanding. And you may also think that we eat everything by chopsticks. That is also not true. More than 50% of Thai food are not hot and spicy at all. And chopsticks will be use when we eat noodle only. . .

 

 

10. Northern Thai Food

The food of the North is a distinctive as its culture. Steamed glutinous rice is preferred, traditionally kneaded into small balls with the fingers. Northern curries are generally milder than those of central and northeastern Thailand. . .

 

 

11. Cooking According To Region

Regional Thai Cuisine Thailand can be divided into five main culinary regions, the north, the northeast, the south (including the Gulf of Thailand), the central plains, and of course, Bangkok. Each region has its own cooking style according to available ingredients and local tastes. . .

 

 

12. Thai Essential Herbs and Spices

Herbs and Spices are an essential part of Thai cooking. Used in combination, they help achieve a balance of the four essential Thai tastes: salty, sour, spicy, and sweet. . .

 

 

13. Cuisine of Thailand

Instead of a single main course with side dishes found in Western cuisine, a Thai full meal typically consists of either a single dish or rice (khao) with many complementary dishes served concurrently. The ingredient found in almost all Thai dishes and every region of the country is nam pla (fish sauce), a very aromatic and strong tasting fish sauce. Shrimp paste, a combination of ground shrimp and salt, is also extensively used. . .

 

 

14. Preparation is Everything

The secret to successful Thai cooking lies in the preparation of ingredients ahead of time, as the actual cooking is fast and furious. Most Thai stir-fries (including noodle dishes) are cooked at high heats and for only a few minutes, which is what makes them particularly fresh and delicious. . .

 

 

15. Thai Food of North

The recipe consists of vegetable and ingredients available in their immediate vicinity. The common meal includes steamed glutinous rice, chili sauces which come in a host of varieties, such as "namprik noom", "namprik dang", "namprik ong" and chili soups (gang) such as gang hangle, gang hoh, gang kae. . .

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