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Like satay, Moo Ping in Thailand is skewered pork cooked over charcoal imparting a smokiness to the meat.
The pairing of rice with mango may seem like an unusual combination, but you will just have to trust us on this one when we say the fresh mango with the sweet coconut is amazing and try it – we promise you won’t be disappointed!
You get fried, aromatic rice in the most cheerful color, tender pieces of chicken, crunchy cashew nuts, a sprinkling of fresh, crisp greens, and juicy chunks of pineapple, of course.
The concept of boat noodles is the bite-sized portions of either rice (sen lek) or yellow egg noodles (ba mee) with meat or tom yam soup are served up in equally tiny bowls. You can choose between beef, pork or fish balls and with of meat, which is all topped off with a few fresh herbs. Seasoning like dried chilli and fish sauce can be added for extra flavour.
It is perhaps the most well known dish of Thailand. With its sensationalizing flavor contrast and aroma, it surely awakes your taste bud on your tongue.
It is Thailand's most famous salad. The sweet, salty, and spicy flavors paired with the crisp crunch of the green papaya. Garlic and chilies are first pounded with a mortar and pestle (krok). Tamarind juice, fish sauce, peanuts, dried shrimp, tomatoes, lime juice, sugar cane paste, string beans and a handful of grated green papaya are tossed in the krok (som tam thai).