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5 Thai dishes I want to try

May 26, 2015

Thai food is a cuisine that I’ve only started eating recently. Mainly because we don’t have much Thai food in Sweden, and I’ve also always been scared of the spice levels. I can’t really handle spicy food, but lately I’ve realised that if you’re cooking it yourself, you can control how spicy you make the dishes. So I’m wanting to try some more Thai dishes. When I eat out, I always go for a Pad Thai or something similar, but it’s time to try something different.

These are some recipes that I’ve found on Yummly. I will likely try these at some point, and if I do, I’ll try to blog about them as well. Let me know if there are other Thai dishes you think I should try.

Thai Basil Squid

Thai Basil Squid

Thai Fish Cakes

Thai Fish Cakes

Pad Thai Soup

Pad Thai Soup

Thai Red Curry with Prawns

Thai Red Curry with Prawns

Thai Coconut Curry Shrimp

Thai Coconut Curry Shrimp

If you think either of these look absolutely delicious, then click the images as they will take you to the recipes. The Basil Squid dish excites me the most, so I might have to try that one first!

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  • Ema Jones

    Thai dishes are always tempting and images are just too good to convince anybody for having them…:)

    May 26, 2015 at 4:29 pm Reply
    • Sophie Sjösten

      Yeah, I just have to master the art of cooking them 😛 Haha.

      May 26, 2015 at 5:22 pm Reply

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