Thailand

sweet and sour pork

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The Thailand cuisine, although similar in some respects to that of its neighboring Chinese, Indians and Burmese, is distinguished by his flavors and original ingredients.
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Curried chicken thighs

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Spices are the basic ingredients of Thai cuisine. They are able to characterize and enhance the best dishes.
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Thai fondue

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This is Thai fondue with beef, pork and veal. Let yourself be tempted by this Thai dish!
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Pou ja – Thai Crab Stuffed

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Here is the recipe for Pou Ja, stuffed crab of Thailand that you find in all good Asian caterers.
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Oyster sauce

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The oyster sauce (Preng Khyang, haoyou) is often used in China, Thailand and Cambodia.
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Satay – sate – skewered meat

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Satay or sate is a famous skewered meat in Asia including Malaysia, Indonesia but also Singapore, the Philippines and Thailand.
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Chicken rice

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Chicken rice is the rice dish with chicken from China, it is also famous in Thailand, Malaysia or Singapore where he is considered the national dish.
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Khao Tom – Rice Soup

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Khao Tom is rice soup which usually take breakfast in Thailand.
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Pad Thai – fried noodles

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Pad Thai noodles are a specialty Thai is the national dish, it is widespread in all of Thailand and is known beyond the borders.
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Khao tom mad – banana sticky rice and coconut

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Khao Tom Mad is a dessert of banana and sticky rice with coconut milk, very popular on the market of Laos and Thailand.
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khao niao – sticky rice

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khao niao is sticky rice, here’s how it is traditional or prepared in Laos and Thailand. It is now almost everything meals.
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Tam Mak Houng – Som tam – bok l’hong – papaya salad

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Tam Mak Houng, Som Tam, bok l’hong or green papaya salad, is a culinary institution, Laotian, Thai and Cambodian.
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