Thai cuisine evolved from several cultural influencers and imaginative chefs combining ideas and authentic flavors.Â Unique in taste and distinct in spice, Thai cuisine is appreciated around the world. However, when it comes to Thai food, most consumers associate the experience with dining in.Â Now donâ€™t get us wrong, we love seeing our customers, but we also offer Nashua takeout! Next time youâ€™re in the mood for takeout, think Thai food!
In this article, weâ€™re taking a looking a few interesting facts that most people donâ€™t know about Thailand and the authentic experience of our unique cuisine.
When it comes to Thai cooking, ovens are nearly non-existent.Â Most dishes are created in woks or on the grill.
Often confused with Chinese cuisine, Thai cuisine is eaten with the use of a fork and large spoon, not chopsticks.
Yes, you read that correctly.Â Due to the brutal heat in Thailand, itâ€™s common practice to enjoy an ice-cold beer (no pun intended) in a glass served over ice!
One of the most common ways to great someone in Thailand is, â€śGin Khao Yung,â€ť or â€śHave you eaten?â€ťÂ Because of our love for food, snacking throughout the day is common; while making sure everyone around is doing the same!
Unlike most cultures around the globe, Thais donâ€™t differentiate foods with the time of day.Â So, if youâ€™re feeling like Pad Thai, for breakfast, go for it! No one here will judge.Â
Thai cuisine is popular regardless of which continent youâ€™re visiting.Â The two most popular dishes, Pad Thai and Green Papaya Salad, are available in nearly every corner of the globe!
There are four primary tastes that every Thai dish contains: sweet, sour, spicy, and salty.
Nearly every Thai dish shares a common ingredient, sugar.Â In most cases, at least one tablespoon is incorporated into the dish to provide the â€śsweetâ€ť in the four tastes.
Oliang is made several different ways, but many blends contain common ingredients.Â Coffee, brown sugar, cardamom, soybeans, sesame seeds, and rice are often found in Thai coffee drinks.
Yes, Thai culture has a rice goddess.Â As folklore has it, Phosop provides food to all, but upsetting her will lead to hunger.
Now that youâ€™re in the know, itâ€™s time to experience authentic Thai food in Nashua, NH, yourself.Â Whether youâ€™re stopping in for an authentic dining experience or looking for Nashua takeout, our family looks forward to sharing our generational family recipes with yours! Visit our menu online and then give us a call at (603) 595-2222.