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Thailand Foundation launches video clips on Thai street food cooking

Bangkok, 20 February, 2018 – The Thailand Foundation, in cooperation with Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Thai Beverage Public Company Limited, has launched Thai cooking video clips on 40 menus as recommended by CNN Travel’s 40 Thai foods we can’t live without.

Here’s the teaser video of the project.

CNN Travel writer, Mark Wiens, wrote in the article published on 31 July, 2017 that, “In celebration of Bangkok’s fantastic cuisine and the restaurants that have perfected it, we’ve rounded up 40 of the Thai dishes we couldn’t imagine living without. Some are world famous, others are more obscure, but they’re all worth trying, at least once. If you’ve got your own favorite that we missed, let us know in the comments box below.”

The Thailand Foundation’s video clips on Thai street food cooking has been uploaded on YouTube “40 Thai Street Food Recipes” channel and promoted via various social media sites, starting from 01 January, 2018, on a weekly basis.

Here’re the video clips that have been launched by far:

1. Tom Yum Kung (Shrimp Spicy Soup)

2. Crispy Catfish with Green Mango Salad

3. Som Tam (Papaya Salad)

4. Rice Topped with Stir Fried Pork with Basil and Egg

5. Stir Fried Chicken with Ginger

6. Spicy Grilled Pork Shoulder Salad

7. Stir-Fried Flat Noodle (Pad See Ew)

8. Stir-Fried Chicken in Curry Powder

9. Stir Fried Chicken with Cashew Nuts

10. Spicy Pork Salad

11. Spicy Ground Pork Salad

12. Dried Marinated Pork

13. Pa-naeng Chicken Curry

14. Chicken Green Curry

15. Sour Curry with Water Mimosa

16. Thai Fresh Noodle Roll

17. Sour Curry with Shrimp and Cha-om Omlette

18. Shrimp Paste Chili Dip

19. Beef Massaman Curry

20. Thai Hot Pot (Chim Chum)

21. Clear Soup with Minced Pork and Egg Tofu

22. Rice with Roasted Duck

23. Hainanese Chicken Rice

24. Chicken Biryani with Green Chili Sauce

25. Crispy Pork Rice

26. Thai Barbecued Pork with Rice

27. Stewed Pork Leg on Rice

28. Steamed Snapper with lime, garlic and chilies

Please keep coming back to this page as we will adding the rest of the videos as and when they become available.

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