Are you a lover of Thai dishes? For sure you already tried some of the delicious food that Thai restaurants here in Texas. Especially for your Thai Dinner.
However, if this is your first time to know about Thailand and its cuisine, then you are on the right page. This article will talk about the different Thai Dinner dishes that the locals usually have.
The truth is, there’s not much difference when Thai eat the three meals of the day. The dishes they eat for breakfast is practically the same as what they eat for lunch and dinner. People love having a bite of food whenever they are hungry. That is why they don’t really eat a lot during the big three meals of the day.
Here are a few of the delicious Thai Dinner dishes you can add to your must-try list when you happen to just crave for one!
Stir-fried Pumpkin or Pad Phuk Tong
This Thai dish composes water, sugar, oil, pumpkin. As well as fish sauce, garlic, peppercorns, and cooking oil, and is a very good source of Vitamin A. And we are aware that Vitamin A gives us clear vision so it would be good for the health to include Pad Phuk Tong in your Thai Dinner meal.
Pad Prik King
Are you a spicy food lover? No? Then this Thai Dinner serving is favorable for you. Pad Prik King – red curry stir-fried beans – is a dry curry dish compared to other Thai curry dishes. The dish is very red but it doesn’t mean that it’s so spicy but because of the red curry paste in it. Though its name King means ginger, ironically, ginger is not included with its ingredients.
Fried Chicken or Gai Tod
Who doesn’t love fried chicken? I’m sure you are the same with many individuals who are crazy about chicken. Especially when fried!
Normally, fried chickens are just deep-fried in oil and then being consumed. What makes Gai Tod more delicious is the marination of the chicken wings or drumsticks before frying it. That’s why the locals are obsessed with this dish. Don’t forget to include Gai Tod on your Thai Dinner list so you won’t miss it when you visit us here at Yummy Thai Coppell!
Thai Dinner: Red Curry Mussels
Do you love eating seashells? This easy to cook but challenging to prepare Thai Dinner dish will make you happy! As well as satisfied after having your meal. The ingredients for this Thai dinner dish are scrubbed fresh mussels, coconut milk, lime juice, dry white wine, garlic. There’s also fish sauce, cilantro, white sugar, and Thai red curry paste.
Southern Thai-style Fried Giant Prawns
Another seafood you can include on your “must-eat” Thai Dinner list is the Southern Thau-style Fried Giant Prawns especially if you are into seafood. To make this dish more enjoyable to eat, you can pair it with coconut rice so you will be fully satisfied after eating your meal.
Long Bean Cucumber and Tomato Salad
Vegetarians would be delighted with this Thai salad for dinner. With the combination of the different fresh vegetables and the spices needed to make this dish, your tummy would thank you for feeding it with healthy food.
Steamed Fish with Lime and Garlic or Pla Kapong Neung Manao
This savory Thai dish is a classic food that you can easily order in many Thai restaurants and an excellent choice to fill your hungry tummy before calling it a night. The dish comprises fish (tilapia or barramundi), lemongrass, chicken or fish stock, cilantro, celery, palm sugar, lime juice, and fish sauce. And to make this Thai serving perfect is the sauce and the rice you are going to pair with it.
People in Thailand love eating from the different salads and snacks to the various dishes that they can eat as a main course. And this makes The Land of Smiles rich in its culinary.
Don’t forget to visit your favorite Yummy Thai restaurant today and have an unforgettable experience with your preferred Thai dinner dish.
Thank you for reading 7 Popular Thai Dinner Dishes. I hope that you learned about the various Thai Dinner dishes. See you next time!
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