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Red Curry with Bamboo Shoots and Coconut Milk

Red Curry with Bamboo Shoots and Coconut Milk

(Kaeng Nor Mai Ga Tee)

It is typical of the type of curries served in Central Thailand, where the soup base is made with coconut milk and seasoned with strong red chili paste. The texture is smooth and creamy and only a little bit spicy. You'll love it!

Spicy Glass Noodle Salad

Spicy Glass Noodle Salad

(Yum Woon Sen)

Known in Thailand as Yum Woon Sen, it's got a terrific, clean, and fresh taste. The ingredients are quite easy to obtain, and it just takes a few minutes to put together as a beautiful lunch or as part of a meal. In addition to the noodles, this recipe includes juicy shrimp, ground pork, Chinese celery, mushrooms, onions, shallots, and hot chili.

Chinese Broccoli with Crispy Pork Belly

Chinese Broccoli with Crispy Pork Belly

(Pad Kana Moo Krob)

Try this recipe that includes dark sweet soy sauce and crisp, sweet red chilies instead of the usual hot chili. Chinese Broccoli, a dark green leafy vegetable that is similar to kale, and crispy pork belly slices are slowly stir-fried with garlic and then combined with the other ingredients into a dish that is sweet, dark, sticky and oh so delicious.

Sweet and Sour Eggs

Sweet and Sour Eggs

(Kai Look Kuey)

Try these Thailand-style sweet and sour eggs. They are boiled eggs that have been deep-fried to a crispy brown on the outside, then topped with a delicious sweet and sour tamarind sauce.

Pork Belly and Egg Stew

Pork Belly and Egg Stew

(Moo Palo)

It's called Moo Palo, a rich and flavorful stew. It's prepared by braising pork belly slices in an herb paste made from coriander root, garlic, and black pepper, then simmering them with hard-boiled eggs in a sweet sauce that includes the flavors of cinnamon, star anise, cumin, coriander seed, and Sichuan pepper.

Ginger Chicken Soup

Ginger Chicken Soup

(Tom Khing Gai)

Then you should try this Thailand version of an age-old remedy for whatever ails you. This chicken stew that we call Tom Khing Gai is packed with a healthy portion of fresh ginger root that is slowly cooked together with chicken leg meat, carrots, and onion to create what just might be the most delicious, rich, and warming chicken soup you've ever had.