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.
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.
Thai Weeping Tiger Beef
The tiger is crying either from the chilies or because a hunter killed his cow. For this dish, 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.
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 to09of 14
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.