thai food signature
6 Khao Pad (Thai-Style Fried Rice) : ข้าวผัด
Khao Pad is a favorite for all locals. In Thai, Khao is rice and Pad is stir-fried. The meal usually includes meat of your choice – shrimp, chicken, pork, crab or beef together with egg, onion, cilantro, garlic, tomatoes and a delicious seasoning. Thai fried rice is cooked with Jasmine rice, which is scented. It is usually served with sliced cucumber and limes on the side.
7 Khor Moo Yan (tender pork grilled):คอหมูย่าง
this prized meat salad consists of dripping and tender pork cutlets, grilled and sliced then mixed with lemon juice, parsley, sweet onions and a copious amount of fiery chilies.
This salad is a real asset to any Isaan food feast and must be eaten with sticky rice, which you should dip into the dressing.
8 Khao Man Gai (Chicken Rice) : ข้าวมันไก่
Khao Man Gai is a simple street food that can be found all around Thailand. The boiled chicken and rice usually served with some slices of cucumber, soybean sauce and winter melon soup.
9 Khao-soy (Northern Thai Curry Noodles) : ข้าวซอย
Khao-soy (Northern Thai Curry Noodles) : ข้าวซอยThe most popular curry in Thailand is green curry. It is a curry made from herb and spice blend curry paste cooked with coconut milk. Green curry is not that spicy, it is rather sweet. Green curry is such a great dish, especially when served with steaming rice or kanomjeen noodle.
10 Gaeng Massaman Gai (Massaman Chicken Curry)
Massaman curry is less soupy than the other curries mentioned above and it has a mild, slightly sweet flavor. It is actually a dish derived from Indian curry and has a Persian influence. It originated in South Thailand near the border of Malaysia where Muslims previously lived.