This month, weâ€™re here to further inspire your Thanksgiving dinner with some authentic Thai recipe ideas. Whether youâ€™re looking for new additions this year or healthier options to substitute certain dishes, we have you covered! But in the meantime, when you need some authentic Thai cuisine, donâ€™t forget to visit one of your favorite Nashua restaurants, Giant of Siam!
If you enjoy cornbread, then youâ€™ll love this dish. Khanom Tarn is a steamed cake made from toddy palm sugar and coconut milk. Some may also know it as toddy palm cake. Itâ€™s wrapped in banana leaves and then garnished with coconut flakes. Itâ€™s actually quite a popular Thai dessert and for a good reason!Â You can learn more about how to make this recipe from Sweets You Love to Eat.
If you want to venture off from your usual green bean casserole this year, we recommend trying this dish! Yam Tua Plu is made with winged beans, squid, peanut sauce, deep-fried onions, and other ingredients. Itâ€™s also known to many as winged bean salad. You can make this dish vegetarian if you prefer, as itâ€™s versatile! We recommend trying this vegan recipe for Yam Tua Plu from Messy Vegan Cook, and you can be the judge!
If you love brown gravy over your Thanksgiving dinner, especially turkey, Nam Daeng is an excellent substitute to try! Itâ€™s a bit similar to brown gravy but has its own great qualities. Itâ€™s a sweet red sauce made with oyster sauce, garlic, and other delicious components. You can typically find it on things like red barbequed pork, chicken, or even stir-fry. If this sounds like something youâ€™d like to try, check out this recipe from Epicurious!
At Giant of Siam, we take pride in serving our customers with authentic Thai dishes. We know we can provide a little something everyone will come to love and enjoy. You can check out our hours here if youâ€™re planning to stop in for lunch or dinner. You can also browse our online menu to discover all our flavorful options!Â