Across Southeast Asia, street vendors are dishing up steaming bowls of Laksa noodles, choose from rich creamy coconut curries or hot and sour broths filled with oodles of noodles, seafood or chicken, and fresh vegetables.
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Cocktails are not yet typical drinks in Thailand, but you can use Thai ingredients like ginger, lemongrass, and coconut milk to inspire your own mixed creations. Try our Thai Basil Mojito, a Pineapple Ginger Daiquiri, Coconut Eggnog, or homemade Lemongrass Syrup.
Massaman Curry is a little more complicated to prepare than other Thai curries, but the results are worth it. Read on to learn the step-by-step process of preparing Massaman Curry paste, making the curry, and serving it in traditional Thai, or in a foreign-fusion, style.
Tender strips of marinated, grilled meat, sweet and spicy peanut sauce, and cooling cucumber salad combine in Thai satay, one of Thailand’s most famous street foods. Authentic satay is easy to make at home for an impressive meal for two people, or twenty guests. Take inspiration from satay, or Thailand’s other grilled meats like sweet marinated grilled pork, to grill your own creations.
Or is Tom Yum Goong Thailand’s signature dish? Thai Tom Yum Goong boils pungent herbs like lemongrass, chili peppers, and kaffir lime leaves, with lightly cooked sweet prawns to create a uniquely flavorful, spicy, and enticing soup. Different varieties of Tom Yum, with different meats and different levels of heat, suit everyone’s taste.
Temple of Thai’s staff writer visits a local Thai market to try a batch of Thai green curry from scratch. She finds, though, that making curry is harder than she expected – especially with the wrong kind of mortar and pestle. The next day, the homemade green curry paste turns into a Thai-European fusion green curry pasta sauce.