The temptations of the Thai cuisine

One of the toughest things in Thailand is to stay fit. Here one starts gaining way at a wrap speed because of the temptations of the incredibly delicious and varied Thai cuisine. Behind every corner lurk restaurants with amazing meals and every week here are set up evening bazaars with myriad kiosks preparing food and festivals follow one after the other.

Could anyone resist these titbits made for the New Year’s Eve in the colorful city of Chiang Mai?

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Traditional soup

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King shrimps with various sauces

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Crabs

 

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Surimi fried in egg and breadcrumbs

 

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Fried rice

 

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Mussels cooked with butter and vegetables

 

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Pad Thai – traditional noodles with seafood. The dish is prepared on a hot metal plate and is the most common type of street food

 

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Omelette with seafood

 

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Omelette with devil-fish

 

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Lobsters

 

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Durian – one of the most expensive tropical fruits. It has very strong and specific smell. It is considered a great delicacy and for most of the people who taste is for the first time it tastes bad. It is also aphrodisiac.

 

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Dumplings stuffed with vegetables

 

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King prawns

 

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Soup with soya sprouts and meat

 

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Sushi

 

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Sashimi

 

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Tom Yam – the famous Thai soup with noodles and prawns

 

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Something fried and baked – delicious made of  unknown to us ingredients

 

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Edible sea-weed from Mekong river

 

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Red beans with fried vegetables

 

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Ice-cream served in a coconut shell

 

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King prawns

 

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