Culture - Thai

WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 50783 [post_author] => 5243 [post_date] => 2017-10-31 07:30:42 [post_date_gmt] => 2017-10-30 20:30:42 [post_content] => Our love affair with Thai food started with the first restaurant opening in 1976 in Sydney, and by 2014 nearly a quarter of our restaurants were Thai. Maybe it’s because there’s a dish for every pallet or maybe because Thai food perfects the balance of salty, sweet, sour, bitter and spicy. CNN publishes the World’s 50 Best Foods and in 2017 Som Tam (Thailands most famous salad), Tom Yum Goong (a bowl hosting the most favorite of Thai tastes: sour, salth, spicy & sweet) and Massaman Curry (the king of curries) hit the list. After so many years there’s still room to discover a new Thai dish and below we have picked out a few we think you’ll love. “Even on a plastic stool on a congested and polluted street in Bangkok, there’s still that inherent understanding that a meal must be balanced.” Chef David Thompson ‘The Godfather of Thai Food.

Green Curry Mussels

Seafood fans rejoice, this dish is quick, simple and super tasty. Mussels are eaten around the world in many different forms - the French eat alongside French fries, the Kiwi’s marinate them in chili or garlic based vinaigrette and for the Thai’s it’s all about curry. https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipe/green-curry-mussels/ Green-Curry-Mussels

Khai Jiao – Thai Omelette

For a quick hunger fix this home cooked favourite features multiple soft inner layers and crispy edges. This comfort food is what a bowl of chicken noodle soup might be for Australians. https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipe/khai-jiao/ Khai_Jiao

Steamed Custard in a Pumpkin Shell AKA Sankaya

Sankaya is like digging into a deconstructed pumpkin pie. It’s fun to make and looks really pretty when served. https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipe/steamed-custard-in-a-pumpkin-shell-2/ 5 delicious dishes using pumpkin

White Beef Curry

White curry is ‘white’ because it doesn’t contain red chilies or turmeric and usually paired with coconut milk giving a ‘white’ colour. It’s refreshingly mild with soft cinnamon and tropical herbs. https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipe/white-beef-curry/ White Beef Curry

Pad Thai Rice Crepe

Arguably the most famous Thai dish, this is a modern twist on a Thai classic. https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipe/pad-thai-rice-crepe/ pad-thai-prawn-crepe-ad [post_title] => Thai Cuisine To Perfect Combination Of Salty, Sweet, Sour, Bitter And Spicy. [post_excerpt] => Thai food culture keeps Thailand in the top of the wish list for many Australians. Get your fix at home with some of these tasty dishes. [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => thai-cuisine-to-perfect-combination-of-salty-sweet-sour-bitter-and-spicy [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2017-10-30 18:42:21 [post_modified_gmt] => 2017-10-30 07:42:21 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://asianinspirations.com.au/?post_type=asian-culture&p=50783 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => asian-culture [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw )

Thai Cuisine To Perfect Combination Of Salty, Sweet, Sour, Bitter And Spicy.

Our love affair with Thai food started with the first restaurant opening in 1976 in Sydney, and by 2014 nearly a quarter of our restaurants were Thai. Maybe it’s because there’s a dish for every pallet or maybe because Thai food perfects the balance of salty, sweet, sour, bitter and spicy.

CNN publishes the World’s 50 Best Foods and in 2017 Som Tam (Thailands most famous salad), Tom Yum Goong (a bowl hosting the most favorite of Thai tastes: sour, salth, spicy & sweet) and Massaman Curry (the king of curries) hit the list.

After so many years there’s still room to discover a new Thai dish and below we have picked out a few we think you’ll love.

“Even on a plastic stool on a congested and polluted street in Bangkok, there’s still that inherent understanding that a meal must be balanced.” Chef David Thompson ‘The Godfather of Thai Food.

Green Curry Mussels

Seafood fans rejoice, this dish is quick, simple and super tasty. Mussels are eaten around the world in many different forms – the French eat alongside French fries, the Kiwi’s marinate them in chili or garlic based vinaigrette and for the Thai’s it’s all about curry.

https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipe/green-curry-mussels/

Green-Curry-Mussels

Khai Jiao – Thai Omelette

For a quick hunger fix this home cooked favourite features multiple soft inner layers and crispy edges. This comfort food is what a bowl of chicken noodle soup might be for Australians.

https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipe/khai-jiao/

Khai_Jiao

Steamed Custard in a Pumpkin Shell AKA Sankaya

Sankaya is like digging into a deconstructed pumpkin pie. It’s fun to make and looks really pretty when served.

https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipe/steamed-custard-in-a-pumpkin-shell-2/

5 delicious dishes using pumpkin

White Beef Curry

White curry is ‘white’ because it doesn’t contain red chilies or turmeric and usually paired with coconut milk giving a ‘white’ colour. It’s refreshingly mild with soft cinnamon and tropical herbs.

https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipe/white-beef-curry/

White Beef Curry

Pad Thai Rice Crepe

Arguably the most famous Thai dish, this is a modern twist on a Thai classic.

https://asianinspirations.com.au/recipe/pad-thai-rice-crepe/

pad-thai-prawn-crepe-ad

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