Around the World in 8 Dinners: Thailand

Around the World in 8 Dinners: Thailand

 

Around the World in 8 Dinners: Thailand

If I had to guess, Asian food is probably the #1 take out cuisine. For me, Thai food is a favorite.

When I think of soup, I usually think of it being lovingly ladled by a grandma, but really, when I think about my favorite soups, they were probably all crafted by Philippine, Korean and Thai geniuses…maybe grandma geniuses.

Whether it’s ramen, tom kha gai, or pho, there is something about that umami flavor that is addicting.

Around the World in 8 Dinners: Thailand
Photo: Thai Chicken Soup from Bon Appetit

Many of these classic Asian soups take hours to develop the complex flavors of a fabulous broth base, but this Thai Chicken Soup is a lovely shortcut version that comes together in less than 30 minutes and is a pretty pleasing alternative to purchasing some from a restaurant.

The best part? It has SIMPLE ingredients that will not require you to visit an Asian market. It’s weeknight achievable.

Pop over to Bon Appetit for the recipe!

Around the World in 8 Dinners: Thailand
Chilli Beef Lettuce Wraps from Gordon Ramsay

These wraps are little flavor presents. They are so delicate and light you just don’t have high expectations, but I was blown away. Gordon Ramsay knows flavor.

Around the World in 8 Dinners: Thailand

Other cuisines in this series:

Italian

Indian

Latin

Chinese

 

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