One of the coolest aspects of pad prik sod is its spicy flavor and amazing textures, and as a person that loves to explore a plethora of different flavors from around the world, I can think of no single dish that represents Thailand like this one.
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I love the taste of coconut milk; in fact, I use it in my coffee from time to time to give it that coconut flavor that I love so much. I have made a lot of recipes that call for coconut milk over the years, but until recently, I never encountered one that called for coconut cream. When I saw the recipe, it made me wonder if the two could be interchanged, and if not, what makes them different? Here’s what I found out.
When it comes to curry, you can’t go wrong with coconut milk. It’s a kitchen staple in Thai cuisine, and it’s one of the ingredients (along with coriander, fish sauce, and shrimp paste) that make Thai dishes taste distinctively. . . Thai.
One of the things that initially surprised me in Thailand is the wide variety of curries that were available. Green, red, yellow, sour, spicy- the list goes on. I never even realized back then that curry can be cooked in so many different ways.