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9 Best Street Foods in Thailand, Bangkok

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The authentic Thailand food can be obtained from their street foods stalls rather than the restaurants. Tourists visiting Thailand are usually very skeptical about having street food as they assume they would fall sick, but Thailand street food are often healthier than what they give in the restaurants as the meat they use is fresh unlike the food in the markets.

1. Thailand Street Sausages:

The most common and easy form of Thailand street food are delicious sausages. Sausages made of meat of chicken, pork, beef, etc, are stored and grilled as and when the customers demand for.

2. Quail Eggs:

Eggs of quail are usually used in Thailand for all preparations of eggs. The picture above shows egg poaches on a sort of baked bread, prepared as a dish with the combination of the two.

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3. Grilled Pancake:

This Thailand street food is grilled pancake which is made by a mixture of flour batter and coconut cream. The mixture is put on small round shaped iron pan and put on a charcoal fire. After the pancakes are ready, for the topping they use sweet coconut milk. The pancakes are then ready, it seems to be crispy and hard on in outside but is soft in the middle.

4. Dim Sims:

In the picture below we see four or five dim sims put together with a stick in the middle. Dim sims could be prepared with meat of different sorts, like chicken, pork, lamb, etc. They are made into a stuffing with spices and few vegetables like cabbage and onion, and are stuffed into a flour coat. They are then put into the boiling utensils just the usual way how dumplings are made, and then served. This is the best street foods in Thailand.

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5. Roasted Thailand Food:

Thailand street food stalls use a variety of meat in their preparation. Ducks, pork, beef are common sorts. In the picture above we have roasted pork. The meat is marinated with different spices and sauces then put through the sticks and the delicacy is roasted.

6. Mohinga:

It is a sort of a soup which is made of ingredients of rice powder or bean powder mixed with flakes of freshwater fish and made as a broth. The ingredients in the soup could be either crispy fritters of lentil or vegetables. A little turmeric and lemongrass is added for the flavor.

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7. Banana Leaf Packets on Grill:

This is one of the sweet delicacies available as street food and also in restaurants. You need sweet sticky rice, i.e., the glutinous rice, Thailand burro bananas, banana leaves and toothpicks to make this dish. The bananas need to bought green and then ripened, keeping it for 2-3 days. First you have to make the sweet rice, then put a half vertically chopped banana and stuff it in the rice. The rice cake then needs to be covered with banana leaves and tied with toothpicks on the top. It is all set to be grilled, just as we see in the picture above.

8. Grilled Squid:

Another delicacy of the street foods are grilled squid. These are stuffed with pork and made with curry paste and different ingredients of spices. The smell of herbs makes it even more tempting.

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9. A Street Food Stall:

The picture above captures a Thailand street food stall. We can see a variety of dishes kept for the customers, they include different meat and insects to make their yummy dishes. A person munching on Thailand food should always keep in mind to visit places which are crowed by people in order to be sure that the food there is safe. They should also choose the meat themselves and not let the shopkeeper do that, to retain safety and stay healthy.

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