11 “must eat” dishes from Thailand!

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11 “must eat” dishes from Thailand!

When you are back home from a trip to Thailand you will remember the nice weather, perfect beaches and the friendly people. And you will defenitly remember the outstanding food. Maybe you´ve had some meals in Thailand that you´ve eaten before but normaly you´ve also had some amazing unknown dishes. For all Lovers of Thaifood and for all who´d like to visit Thailand someday we made this list of 11 “must eat” dishes from Thailand. We know that this list could be ´longer but Natürlich ist diese Aufzählung nicht vollständig. Doch in unseren Augen sind die folgenden 11 Gerichte die absoluten Highlights der thailändischen Küche.

Thai Chicken and Coconut Soup (Tom Kha Gai)

Kokos-Hühnersuppe (Tom Kha Gai)

Tom Kha Gai is a light, fresh and creamy Thai soup that is well known in the Thai cruisine. This soup shouldn´t miss on a menu of a good Thai restaurant. The soup is a mixture of hot, sweet and sour taste.

Bean Thread Noodles Salad (Yum Woon Sen)

The second dish on our list is Yum Woon Sen (ยำวุ้นเส้น) or bean thread noodles salad. It is a popular dish in Thailand. The combination of ingredients and seasonings make this dish super delicious.

Crispy Pork Belly from Thailand (Moo Krob)

Knuspriger Schweinebauch aus Thailand (Moo Krob)

Moo Krob is one of the most sold street food dishes in the kingdom of Thailand. Bangkok is full of street food stalls that sell Moo Krob because the Thais love it. Perfect for every BBQ.

Green Papaya Salad (Som Tam)

Grüner Papayasalat (Som Tam)

We think that this is the best salad you can get in Thailand. The Green Papaya Salad (Som Tam) is a mixture of fresh, salty and spicy tastes. The secret is to pound all the ingredients to get the taste out of it.

Northern Thai Curry Noodle Soup (Khao Soi)

Curry-Hähnchensuppe (Khao Soi)

Khao soi or khao soy is a Burmese influenced noodles dish popular in Thailand, Myanmar and Laos. This version from North Thailand is closer to the Burmese version of this dish. It is very popular in Chaing Mai and you will find it in many food stalls in the city.

Thai Basil Chicken (Pad Kra-Prao Gai)

Thailändisches Hähnchen mit Basilikum

Pad Kra-Prao or Thai Basil Chicken is one of the most popular dishes in Thailand. Why? Because it is super simple to make and tastes delicious. This are the two reasons you can find this dish as street food all over Thailand.

Pad Thai with Chicken and Tofu

Pad Thai mit Hähnchen und Tofu

Pad Thai is a famous street food dish in Thailand and can be found all over the country. In Bangkok many street food stalls offer this snack.

Green Thai Curry with Chicken (Gaeng Kiaw Wan Gai)

Gruenes Thaicurry mit Hähnchen (Gaeng Kiaw Wan Gai)

The green curry is one of the basic currys in Thailand and can be found all over the country. It is cooked with chicken, beef or fish with fresh veggies.

Massaman Curry with Chicken (Kaeng Masaman Gai)

This famous Thai curry is rich and very flavorful. Due to its Muslim roots and therefore Islamic dietary laws, this curry is most commonly made with chicken.

Steamed Sticky Rice Cakes (Khao Tom Mad)

Klebereiskuchen (Khao Tom Mad)

In Thailand this sticky rice cakes are our favorite breakfast. They are sweet and filling. This parcel – rolled in a banana leaf – is also a great snack when you need to lift your energy.

Thai Sticky Rice with Mango (Khao Niaow Ma Muang)

Süßer Klebereis mit Mango

We always remember the moments in Thailand when we had Khao Niaow Ma Muang. We ate it in South-, Central- and North Thailand. This delicious dessert is simple, sweet, fresh and fills you up.

Variety of the Thai cuisine

This list ins´t complete jet. There are much more super yummy dishes in the traditional Thai cuisine. What is your favorite Thai dish? Write us a comment. We´re always searching for some new recipes.

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