Amazing Thai street foods

Thailand is a beautiful country in which people live who always keep a smile on their face. If you have visited at least once, you do not need to explain its beauty. Also the taste of street food in Thailand. Thai street food is one of the memorable things on a Thai trip. Today we are going to talk about this delicious Thai street food. Whenever you go to Thailand, you will find out more about Thai street food, and here are some of them. Because of the low price and snack-sized options, grabbing the street for dinner gives locals and foreigners, especially travellers the opportunity to try many different dishes for an affordable price. It’s the cheapest and most efficient way to try some classic Thai cuisine.  

Tom yum (spicy soup)

Tom yum is a herbal Thai aromatic soup. Taste of soup based on sour and spicy flavours. The base of the soup, paste called “Nam prik pao” which made on from roasted chilies, shallots, and garlic, and the ingredients are best grilled on a charcoal fire. Shrimp or pork is the basic ingredient of the tom yum. The most famous tom yum base is river shrimp called tom yum goong. Other ingredients of tom yum are herbs such as lemongrass, galangal, and kaffir lime leaves. Also, important ingredients are especially Thai chilies, mushroom, coriander leaf, tomatoes, sweet onion, lime juice, sugar, and fish sauce.

Pad thai (fried noodles)

In street food restaurants commonly served pad Thai. Pad thai is made with rice noodles, shrimp, chicken, beef or tofu, peanuts, crumbled egg, and bean sprouts, among other vegetables many of the ingredients are provided on the side as condiments, such as the red chili, pepper, lime wedges, roasted peanuts, bean sprouts, spring onion, and other miscellaneous fresh vegetables.

Mango sticky rice

It is a traditional Thai dessert made with glutinous rice, fresh mango, and coconut milk.

Rainbow curries

In Thailand, street food is popular for its rainbow assortment of curries. Named according to the colour of the chili paste used. Green-yellow, or red.

 Pad See Ew

It is a Chinese- influenced stir-fried noodle dish that is commonly eaten in Thailand. It is made with dark soy sauce, garlic, broad rice noodles called kuaitiao sen Yai in Thai, Chinese broccoli, egg, and tofu or some form of thinly sliced meat-like, pork, chicken, beef, shrimp or mixed seafood.

Poh pia tod (spring rolls)

This thing can be found pretty easily in most markets and it is a reliable snack in Thailand. It can be made with a variety of fillings, including meat, vegetables, and rice noodles.  They are either deep-fried or served fresh and covered in chili sauce.

Som tam (green papaya salad)

Originates from northern Thailand, this very popular tasty Thai snack available all over the country. this dish contains green papaya with some tomatoes, carrots, peanuts, string beans, garlic fish sauce, and chilies.

Kluay tod (deep-fried bananas)

Kluay Tod is small deep-fried bananas that are deliciously crunchy on the outside but warm and creamy on the inside. They are easy to eat on the go and make a great quick snack or maybe a dessert.

Thai coconut ice cream

This a refreshing and the best treatment if you are walking at midday with the fierce sun above your head.  Thai coconut ice cream doesn’t contain anything like dairy ingredients, like western ice creams. Those are made with full coconut milk, coconut water, palm sugar, and white sugar to provide an ice cream texture.

Malaeng tod (fried insects)

This is a dish of fried insect street food. It is an adventurous experience to return home having done and that is not the only reason to be encouraged to do so. Yeah. You must try it. It tastes good. The insect choices are abundant, such as worms, grasshoppers, crickets, and scorpions. They are all grilled with salt, paper, chilies, and some kaffir lime.

Tod mun pla (Thai fish cake)

The fish cake is deep-fried and comprises fish mixed with lime leaves, Thai basil, and long beans. Served with some spicy, savoury, and sweet Thai dipping sauce.

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