Thai cuisine has some of the most delicious food in the world that both reflect the culture, environment, and values of the country.
You can even go “more exotic” with dishes likes the deep-fried grasshoppers, silkworms and termites that can be found on the street.
On the other hand, some Thai dishes are among some of the favorites in the world, which you might have tried at home and should try when visiting the country.
Using all of the dynamic flavorings of spicy, sweet, salty, bitter and sour within their dishes, Thai cuisine is innovative and mouth-watering.
Fun fact: Unlike its neighbors, Thai’s do not use chopsticks and prefer to use a spoon and fork.
Rice is the most used sider on the plate and the most used rice is the so-called Jasmine rice, which is sweet-smelling long-grain rice that is indigenous to Thailand. It is also the finest and expensive rice that you can get served in Thailand. Therefore lots of restaurants will serve you Khao Suoy, which is in the white rice family and is still delicious.
In Thailand, lots of people love desserts.
Most Thai desserts are quite sweet and primarily made from rice, coconut milk, sugar, sweet corn, and kidney beans.
They are often topped tropical fruits like pineapples, mangoes, jackfruit, longans, custard apples water-melons, coconuts and more.
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