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Here are the top ten articles for the Thai Food Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Fish and Pumpkin Coconut Milk Soup
This fragrant soup has a salty and peppery flavour. You can make it with a firm white fish or shellfish for a great starter or a light meal.
2. Chiang Mai Sausage (sai krok)
Authentic recipe to make those wonderful Chiang Mai Sausages-those tasty little round sausages sold by street vendors in Chiang Mai
3. Basil Beef
This hearty and quick Thai dish is a favourite with the guys. The chiles and Thai basil give it a marvelous aanexciting flavour.
4. Stuffed Chicken Wings
This is a very popular Thai appetizer to please all palates. You can make it as mild or fiery as you like by simply increasing and decreasing the amount of chiles and curry paste that is added to the stuffing mixture.
5. Drunkards' Noodles (Gkuay Dtiow Pad Khee Mao)
A Thai Hangover Cure All - Rice noodles quickly stir fried with vegetables and chicken in a satisfying tasty sauce. One of the most popular Thai noodle dishes often just listed as Pad Khee Mao.
6. Khao Tom (Thai Rice Soup)
What do Thais eat for breakfast? Learn the great choice of savouries favoured by most Thai people for their morning meal.
7. Cracked Crab with Curry
This delectable yellow curry is the perfect fresh Dungeness crab recipe. It is an easy one dish meal!
8. Nam Jin Sauce
One of the most popular dipping sauces in Thailand is Nam Jin. It is also used as a salad dressing as well as a meat or chicken dipping sauce.
9. Jackfruit Curry (Gaeng Kanun)
This is a traditional Karen Hill tribe recipe using local game, however I use Cornish Game Hens or pork. It is eaten fiendishly hot by the Karens but I have toned it down for Western palates.
10. Mixed Seafood Curry (Choo Chee Talay)
This is one of my favourite Thai recipes. I first learned to make it from award winning Thai cooking teacher and athor, Kasma Loha-Unchit 20+ years ago and the recipe as evolved to this it's present one.
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