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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. 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.
2. 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!
3. Thai Stuffed Cabbage (Kalampliphan Ruan Muu )
Tasty Thai stuffed cabbage rolls filled with tofu and pork and aromatic spices.
4. 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.
5. Cracked Crab with Curry
This delectable yellow curry is the perfect fresh Dungeness crab recipe. It is an easy one dish meal!
6. Mussels in Coconut Milk Lemon Grass Broth
Mussels in Coconut Milk Lemon Grass Broth is an impressive, but very easy dish to make. Fresh mussels kissed with lemon grass coconut milk broth make for a fragrant appetizer or entree. Yummy with steamed jasmine rice or crusty French Bread!
7. Thai Cucumber Pickle recipe (Ajad)
Thai pickles are the perfect condiment for any Thai meal.
8. Congee by other names
Many Southeast Asian countries have their own variations of Chinese Congee. All are wonderful and a must try.
9. Green Mango Spicy Dip
Green Mango Dip or Nam Prik Ma-Muang is one of my favourite Thai dips especially for seafood in the summer. It is a very popular dip to accompany cold beer Singha as friends and family gather to chat, laugh and enjoy themselves as is a popular Thai culture custom.
10. Nam Phrik Ong
Nam Prik Ong is a Northern Thai Dipping Sauce of pork in a spicy tomato sauce. Nam Prik Ong is usually served with Sticky Rice and a selection of fresh vegetables.
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