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Thai Chicken Satay
If you've never had the real stuff, then you'll fall in love with this special recipe. Strips of chicken or beef are marinated in a special Thai paste, then skewered and grilled or broiled. It is then served with homemade peanut sauce for a memorable taste.
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Tom Yum Soup with Coconut Milk (Tom Khaa)
This delicious soup might even be good for what ails you. It's a version of Tom Yum Goong, which is basically Tom Yum soup but with a little coconut milk added for thickness and flavor.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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Larb Gai Thai Chicken Salad
Larb Gai is a classic, traditional Thai dish that is made with pork in Thailand, but this recipe uses chicken. Fresh mint is a key ingredient. Enjoy it hot over cold greens or on rice.
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Thai Waterfall Beef Salad
It's called waterfall beef because of the splashing sound of juices on the hot grill. The beef is sliced thinly and served with a mixture of salad greens and fresh papaya along with a special Thai dressing.
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Green Papaya Salad (Som Tam)
This is the most popular salad in Thailand, perhaps because it's low in calories but packed with flavor and crunch. Cooked shrimp, crab meat, or cashews can be added, or enjoy it with a bowl of sticky rice.
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Thai Weeping Tiger Beef
The tiger is crying either from the chilies or because a hunter killed his cow. You'll marinate the beef and quickly broil it to medium-rare before slicing and serving it with a side sauce. Enjoy it with rice or in a salad.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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Thai Green Curry
Chunks of tender chicken are simmered in a homemade green curry sauce along with your choice of vegetables in this gourmet-style recipe. This dish is very aromatic and beautiful to serve to guests.
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Thai Panang Curry
Panang Curry features warm, rich flavors from Malaysia, Burma, and even India. It's a beautiful red curry usually made with chicken. While there are a lot of ingredients, you'll be processing them together and they will give it the complex flavor.
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Classic Yellow Curry Chicken
This classic yellow curry hearkens back to the marketplaces and streets of Bangkok. It's made with chunks of chicken and potatoes with prepared curry powder, or you can make your own curry powder.
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Bangkok-style Drunken Noodles
This spicy noodle dish helps hungry late-night revelers in Bangkok find their way home. You can tone down the chilies if you prefer a milder version. It can be made vegetarian as in this recipe, or with shrimp or chicken, according to your taste.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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Thai Grilled Whole Fish with Coriander-Chili Sauce
This traditional Thai fish recipe can be made outdoors on the barbecue, or you can pan-fry the fish indoors. Any whole white-fleshed fish can be used, and you'll love it teamed with the sauce.
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Thai Fillet of Fish Baked in Banana Leaf
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Thai Mango Sticky Rice Dessert (Khao Niaow Ma Muang)
It's the most famous of all Thai desserts. You'll need sticky rice, also known as sweet rice. Place some fresh mango slices over the sticky rice and smother with the easy coconut sauce for a heavenly dessert.