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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. Red curried Duck
One of my favourite Thai Curries that is perfect for family and friends. The exotic Thai Flavoursl meld with fresh pineapple and duck. I have used French style Canard Confit with rave reviews!
2. Smoked Duck Larb
A new twist on larb using smoked duck breast is sure to please all your friends and family.
3. Thai Seafood Salad
This salad is an exciting blend of flavours and textures. Much can be prepared ahead of time and tossed just before serving.
4. Red Curry Steak
Thai-Style Sirloin Steak with Red Curry Sauce can be made with ready made Thai Red Curry or using your own made curry paste. Thai red curry paste is found in most Asian Markets. I like Mae Sri and Mae Ploy brands the best.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. 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.
8. Chile Soy Sauce Condiment (Prik siyu wan)
Chile Soy Sauce Condiment
9. 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.
10. Moo Tod Kratiem Phrik Thai
Pepper Garlic Pork Thai style (Moo Tod Kratiem Phrik Thai)is a dish sure to please anyone. You can regulate the pepperiness by adjusting how much pepper you use.
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