6. Thai Green Curry
This is another hot dish that many of us crave when we have a desire for something spicy. This Thai staple is as delicious as it is easy to make, with Thai green curry and chicken mixed in a rich coconut curry sauce. Homemade and authentic, this recipes takes only 20 minutes to whip up and is much better than restaurant takeout.
Its aromatic flavors dance in your mouth and fill your nose with satisfying aromas, and it’s best served over jasmine or basmati steamed rice.
7. Pad Thai
What is Pad Thai?
Pad Thai is a Thai stir-fried noodle dish with rice stick noodles, shrimp, chicken, fried tofu and eggs. It’s topped with crushed peanuts and served with fresh chives, lime wedges, with condiments such as sugar, fish sauce and chili powder on the side.
For the full Pad Thai recipe, click here.
Naan is Indian-style flat bread. Traditionally they are baked inside a very hot clay tandoor oven, with charcoal or wood fire.
The naan are stuck to the inside of the oven just like the picture below.
The tandoor oven retains very high heat, up to 900°F and hence fills the inside of the flat bread with air pockets and bakes them to perfection.