Due to... year-round warm weather and the abundance of water and fresh fruits, the rich culture of steaming desserts and snacks remains strong and you will find steamed desserts in every corner of Thailand. Kanom Kluay being amongst the most popular - Warattaya Smith of @loveslittlekitchen
We've moved on from the sweet and sour pork...Australians wouldn't accept tofu at all once...Now it's a popular dish - Gavin Chan, Happy's Restaurant Canberra
A typical Aussie breakfast may be bacon and eggs, or smashed avo on toast, but have you ever wondered what the Thais eat? ... there are popular dishes that many Thais particularly love eating in the morning, such as Khao Tom (rice soup) Khao Neow Moo Ping (grilled pork skewer and sticky rice) and Patongo (fried bread stick). Another popular one is Jok, a Thai version of the Chinese rice dish - congee - Charinya Ruecha of @charinyaskitchen
In 2002 the government of Thailand launched its "Global Thai" campaign whose purpose was to increase the number of Thai restaurants around the world and to make dishes like Pad Thai and Pad See Ew internationally recognizable. Not only would this introduce deliciously spicy Thai food to thousands of new tummies and persuade more people to visit Thailand, but it could subtly help to deepen relations with other countries. This is now known as gastrodiplomacy.
Delicious and easy to make with a balance between a sweet palm sugar flavoured bottom and the salty creamy coconut top.
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