Even if you’re not officially acquainted, you may have eaten the versatile cha lua in any number of Vietnamese dishes—amid the multi-textured chaos of a banh mi, or thickly sliced and sprinkled with shallots, and served alongside glutinous rolls of banh cuon. The irrepressible sausage has even crossed borders. In Thai cuisine, dishes like som tam—their green papaya salad—often come accompanied by thick slices of their version of it, called mu yo - vietcetera.com
There is a Thai song in which a male singer asks a female singer “what did you eat that makes you this beautiful?” The female singer then replied “I ate nam phrik, which is why I am beautiful - Charinya Ruecha of @charinyas_kitchen
Today, we will look into four of the most popular Thai noodle dishes. Each of them has its own character with distinctive flavour and special ingredients that will have you craving for more.
As most of my trainers when I lived in Chiang Mai were from northern Issan, Sum Tum is a must, and since Pad Ka Prow was one of my favorites of my Thai trainers in Sydney, Australia, I feel I’m sharing a little bit of lineage with them. Most of them have never had Thai food before, so it’s also special to share this with them - Whitney Tobin, Muay Thai Champion & Thai Food Obsessive
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