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The 50 Best Thai Recipes: Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

The 50 Best Thai Recipes: Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

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The 50 Best Thai Recipes: Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

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94 Seiten
50 Minuten
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Freigegeben:
Oct 3, 2011
ISBN:
9781440534263
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They’re fast. They’re flavorful. And they’re right at your fingertips. The 50 Best Thai Recipes is an appetizing selection of delicious dishes that bring your restaurant favorites right to your kitchen. From Pad Thai to Fiery Beef Salad, there’s plenty included so you can whip up satisfying and tasty snacks and meals. Enjoy!
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Oct 3, 2011
ISBN:
9781440534263
Format:
Buch

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The 50 Best

Thai Recipes

Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

Adams Media, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc.

Avon, Massachusetts

Contents

Introduction

Crab Spring Rolls

Thai Fries

Fried Wontons

Fried Tofu with Dipping Sauces

Tom Yum

Chicken-Lemon Soup

Thai-Spiced Beef Soup with Noodles

Chilled Mango Soup

Fiery Beef Salad

Spicy Shrimp Salad

Sweet-and-Sour Cucumber Salad

Zesty Melon Salad

Hot and Sour Beef

Stir-Fried Beef with Mint

Pork with Garlic and Black Pepper

Cinnamon Beef

Ginger Chicken

Basil Chicken

Chicken with Black Pepper and Garlic

Jungle Chicken

Lime-Ginger Fillets

Quick Asian-Grilled Fish

Seafood Stir-Fry

Basil Scallops

Vegetarian Stir-Fry

Roasted Cauliflower

Thai-Style Fried Okra

Stir-Fried Snap Peas and Bean Sprouts

Pad Thai

Pan-Fried Noodles

Vegetarian Sesame Noodles

Flowered Lime Noodles

Broccoli Noodles with Garlic and Soy

Basic Sticky Rice

Far East Fried Rice

Ginger Rice

Tropical Coconut Rice

Mango Fool

Watermelon Ice

Easy Thai Iced Tea

Asian Carrot Sticks

Thai-Style Guacamole

Thai Chicken Salad

Peanut Potato Salad

Southeast Asian Burgers

Spice-Poached Chicken

Five-Spiced Vegetables

Peninsula Sweet Potatoes

Honeyed Chicken

Fruit in Sherried Syrup

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Introduction

Harmony is the name of the game when it comes to Thai cooking. The balance of sweet, salty, sour, bitter, and hot flavors is essential, not only within most dishes, but also within the context of the overall Thai meal. The key flavoring agents found in a Thai kitchen include coconut, lime, chili, garlic, ginger, cilantro, and dried fish (to make fish sauce). These ingredients are as basic as salt and pepper are to a Western kitchen.

All of these foodstuffs are indigenous to the Asian continent with one notable exception: chilies, which the Portuguese introduced to Asia in the sixteenth century after discovering them in the New World. This is perhaps one of the most profound influences on Thai cuisine, as modern Thai cooking is almost impossible to imagine without the heat of chilies. However, the Portuguese are not the only people to have significantly influenced Thai cuisine as we know it today. The Chinese introduced the concept of stir-frying, the Indians brought curry, and the Indonesians introduced numerous spices.

Heavy in fish, vegetables, fruits, and rice, and low in meats and dairy, Thai cuisine is just what the doctor ordered. These foods are rich in carotinoids, flavonoids, and antioxidative vitamins, all known to reduce cancer. In fact, the Thai have the lowest incidence of digestive tract cancer of all people.

We’ve collected 50 of the best, tastiest recipes for you to try in your own kitchen. Who says you have to go to Thailand, or even to a Thai restaurant to have a delicious meal?

Crab Spring Rolls

Break out your wok — it was made for dishes like this! Consider adding another layer of flavor by throwing a half pound deveined, chopped shrimp into the mix.

Yields 15

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    great and simple recipes that anyone can follow. love thai