Thai food restaurant in Prague
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Tom Kha Kai/Kung
A traditional and tasty Thai soup, probably the most famous Thai soup queen of the Thai soups.Tom Kha Kai in translation means something like boiled galgan chicken. Galgano is from the ginger family, but has a completely different taste. Is usually colored pink.
is made by coagulating soya milk. This food originated in China. In the West tofu was virtually unknown until the mid-20th century, but then began to spread rapidly as part of the growing popularity of vegetarian diets and healthy lifestyles.
Jasmine rice is very similar to basmati rice, but has a very sticky consistency. This fragrant variety of rice is used mostly in Chinese cuisine and is grown in Thailand. It is yellowish brown in colour with an oat flavour. It lowers cholesterol.
Chili peppers were first brought to Thailand from Mexico by Portuguese missionaries sometime at the beginning of the 16th century. These chili peppers soon became an important ingredient in Thai cuisine and they are the reason why some Thai dishes are fiery hot. There are different varieties of chili peppers – red, green and yellow.
Noodles are extremely popular in Asian cuisine – either boiled or fried. They are served in various ways and are ubiquitous and very popular, especially as fast food in numerous street stalls.
Thailand, or “the land of freedom,” prior to 1939 known as Siam, is a country in the heart of the Indo-chinese peninsula in Asia. In terms of religion the Buddhists are a dominant force, which is reflected in all areas of life – architecture, cuisine and outlook on life..
Shrimp are among the most popular kinds of seafood and Czechs like them more and more. Thailand is one of the biggest producers of farmed shrimp. In Asia shrimp are also used dried (“Gung Haeng”) or in the form of a paste (“Kapee”), popular for its strong salty taste.
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