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We have curated a list of five Thai dishes that are perfect for your summer cooking adventure.
These dishes showcase the diversity of Thai cuisine, with each dish offering a unique taste experience. Whether you're hosting a summer party or simply want to enjoy a relaxing meal at home, these recipes are sure to impress.
A classic and beloved Thai dish, Pad Thai, is a perfect blend of sweet, sour, and savory flavors. The stir-fried noodle dish comes together with rice noodles, tofu or shrimp, bean sprouts, eggs, and peanuts.
The key to a great Pad Thai is the sauce, made from tamarind paste, fish sauce, sugar, and lime juice. This dish is a crowd-pleaser and a must-try this summer!
The recipe can be found here: Pad Thai Recipe.
Som Tam is a refreshing and spicy salad with a perfect balance of sweet, sour, spicy, and salty flavors.
Made with shredded green papaya, cherry tomatoes, long beans, peanuts, and dried shrimp, it's tossed in a tangy dressing made from lime juice, fish sauce, coconut sugar, and chilies.
Som Tam is a great side dish or a light main for those hot summer days.
The recipe can be found here: Som Tam Recipe
Although Pomelo salad is technically a fruit salad, it is served up as a main course not as a dessert.
A spectacular salad that is the perfect balance of spicy, sour, salty, crunchy, sweet and juice.
And after a little preparation, is as simple as tossing all the ingredients into a bowl before tucking in to enjoy this delicious dish!
The recipe can be found here: Yam Som O salad.
Mango Sticky Rice is a popular Thai sweet treat made with ripe mangoes, sticky rice, and coconut milk.
The sticky rice is cooked in coconut milk and then served with sweet slices of mango on top. It's a perfect way to enjoy the sweetness of mangoes during the summer.
An addictive peanut sauce for a crisp, colourful, Thai-inspired Quinoa salad.
Enjoy it as a light summer dinner and pack up the leftovers for tomorrow lunch!
The recipe can be found here: Thai peanut quinoa salad.
As you embark on your Thai cooking adventure, remember to take your time and enjoy the process. Thai cooking is as much about the journey as it is about the destination.
Here are a few tips to enhance your cooking experience.