Thai cuisine, which we sometimes refer to as “Thai culinary art”, is much more than simply the preparation of meals to sustain human life. Thai cuisine involves a particular cooking style featuring three fundamental characteristics: sweet, sour, and hot. The most exceptional Thai dishes are referred to as Thai Royal dishes.
For a Thai culinary delight, you should try “Khao Chae”, which is prepared using jasmine rice in jasmine perfumed cool water and is served with seven side dishes – shredded pork, fried kapi (Thai shrimp paste), sweet preserved vegetable, sweet fish, sliced meat and fried shallot, or Tom Yum Kung (lemongrass and kaffir lime boiled with fresh shrimps, mushroom, chili, coconut milk and chili paste) – a most popular Thai soup.
Whilst Thai cuisine is unique, some Thai dishes reveal a Chinese or Indian influence.
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