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Thai recipes, foods, cuisines, dishes and blogs. Discover a whole host of travel inspiration and food delicacies from Thailand.

Thai Pink Milk Recipe (Nom Yen)

Pink Milk is a famous pink-coloured drink found on the streets of Thailand. Also known as Nom Yen, Pinky Milk, or Nom Chompoo, the drink resembles your regular strawberry milkshake. However, the ingredients are quite different. Pink milk is flavored with sala syrup and there are many other variations all over the world.  Pink milk …

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Teh Tarik Recipe (Pulled Milk Tea)

Teh tarik is a Malaysian hot milk tea beverage prepared using a strong brew of black tea blended with condensed milk. Other ingredients added for additional flavor include cardamom, cloves and ginger. Considered to be the national drink of Malaysia, one can find this Malaysian delicacy in many other Southeast Asian countries including, Indonesia, Singapore …

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Durian Fruit: The Stinky Fruit from Southeast Asia

A durian, also known as the “king of fruits”, is an edible fruit from many tree species that belong to the genus Durio. This seasonal tropical fruit belongs to Southeast Asia and is grown in Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia. Notably, the durian fruit has a very pungent odor that can be somewhat off-putting …

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Thai Food: 19 Must-Try Traditional Dishes of Thailand

Thailand is known for so many things, from stunning beaches to hectic, scooter-saturated cities. But of course, Thailand is most well-known around the world for its exquisite cuisine packed full of spice, rice and noodles. Thai food consists of various complex flavours and textures, and is eponymous of Southeast Asian cuisine in general. Typical Thai …

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Thai Goong Ten: Dancing Shrimp Recipe (Live Shrimp)

Goong Ten is a delicacy from Thailand that roughly translates as dancing shrimp.  Why? Well because the shrimp are still alive! And I’m sure you’d be fidgeting too if I covered you in sauce and served you to a customer, so don’t judge. In all seriousness though, this authentic Goong Ten dancing shrimp recipe is a …

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