Thai omelette is known for its fluffy texture and it is a very simple and easy dish to prepare at home. It is different from the normal omelette that we eat at Chinese zi char restaurant as Thai omelette requires a lot more oil to cook to create the fluffiness texture.
Som Tam is a famous street food in Thailand and is popular with the tourists. It is made up of shredded unripe papaya or green mangoes and tossed with a sweet, tangy and spicy dressing along with grated peanut for extra crunch! It is usually served as an appetiser.
Pad Krapow Moo Saap simply means Thai basil pork stir fry. It is a famous dish in Thai and usually eaten with rice and fried egg. It is a quick and easy dish which only takes you less than 10 minutes to cook! The dish uses minced pork but you can substitute with chicken or beef.
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