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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. Ua Si Khai-Stuffed Lemongrass
Ua Si Khai (Stuffed Lemongrass) is a delicious Laotian invention of Joy Ngeuamboupha using stalks of lemongrass stuffed with a mixture of fragrant spices and meat. He teaches how to make this in his Tamerind Cooking School.
3. Water Spinach with Yellow Bean Sauce (Pad Pak Bung Fidang)
Pak Bung or Swamp Cabbage is a very popular street food in Thailand. The cook flames this dish like the grandest flambe you have ever witnessed.
4. 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.
5. Chicken with Red Curry (Gaeng phed kai)
Gaeng Phed Gai means “hot chicken curry”. This is one of the most popular of all Thai dishes and perhaps the most popular curry. You can either make your own curry paste, or take a short cut and use commercial curry pastes imported from Thailand.
6. Crab Fried Rice/Khao Phat Pu
Crab Fried rice is such a special treat and easy to make. You can use either fresh shelled Dungeness Crab or canned quality crab meat.
7. Thai Salad Rolls
These fun to make Thai Salad rolls are the hit of every party. I'll make these for our Christmas Eve family gathering as both young and old alike love them. I will make some using local fresh Dungeness crab as an added holiday treat.
8. Thai Condiments recipes
In Thai Cuisine there are several popular condiments. All can be made at home preferably at least one week before serving so as to allow maturing of flavours.
9. Grapefruit and Jicama Salad
This refreshing healthy choice Vietnamese Salad has been given a Thai-twist for a lively palate pleaser.
10. 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.
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