The most common words in the Thai menu: Kai (egg), gai (chicken), moo (pork), nua (beef) and pet ( duck). Dried beef and pork are particularly strong.
Thailand has been specifically referred to as fish and seafood, although if you are away from the sea for some distance, please note that river fish may be more recent. Popular seafood include gung (shrimp), pla (fish), flipchart (sea bass, great favorite), plimik (squid), hoi (shellfish), hoi kreng (shellfish), aharn taley (seafood) and boo ( cancer).
Among the vegetables is ham (onion), (mushroom), pakad ham (salad that should be avoided unless you know it is washed in clean water), makeyat, tomato and prik (chili). If you want food that is not very spicy, say "mai sai prik" – "don't add chiles."
Typical Thai Foods
Thai food is used for all the ingredients listed above, to which various flavors are added, namely garlic, coriander root, black pepper, lemon balm, ginger and chili. Here are some of the most common dishes. Geng ped (curry) and geng ped gai (chicken curry). You may have to distinguish between geng pet kiau (green curry) and geng pet deng (red curry). Geng mussaman will be a malay-type curry located in southern Thailand. Geng jer soup. You have to give it again. Geng jer nua beef soup. Often served in metal pots under charcoal to make the soup hot.
- Tom yam hot, spicy soup. This is one of the most popular dishes in Thailand, especially tom yam gung (spicy shrimp soup).
- Kau pat (fried rice) is a popular single dish and can serve almost anything. Kau pat moo pork roast rice. Cucumbers and spring onions usually belong to the food.
- Kwitiau (noodle soup) is of Chinese origin and is found on many pasta stands. Sometimes you have chopsticks. Bami noodles and different shapes and sizes.
- Bami lady is cooked shrimp and is a meal in itself.
- Meekrob (Crispy Pasta) is also worth trying.
- Tawt man pia or tawt man kung (fish or shrimp) is an interesting, chewy food.
- Yam (lettuce) is much more spicy than the western type of lettuce and should only be sampled by the bolder.
- Kau soy (plain rice) is usually steamed, pleasantly fluffy and of high quality. This is Thai food, and Thai is often eating.
- Kau niau (sticky rice) is a northeastern specialty, where it is sometimes cooked in banana leaves.
- Potato (male farang) is not included in Thai cooking because it is quite expensive, although it serves Western-style food or sour fish.
Source by Sasha Srupona