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Thursday, 28 June 2018

One Night In Bangkok...(Beyond The Boundaries Of Taste Part-3)

continued from part-2, Click on the link below to read part-2


it was 8 p.m in Bangkok and we were  hungry so we decided to visit Bangkok's  famous night market.
we decided to visit one of the best night market of Bangkok "Rot Fai Market"  in Srinakarin

 










Egg Fried Squid :-


First we tried Fried thai Egg Fried squid which was looking so delicious ,pieces of Calamari was really tender and delicate like egg white with some cabbage was smelling really good.Taste was like cross between egg and fish and that fishy taste was really unpleasant but its just taste like tender piece of fish, texture was very smooth and silky.. overall an average dish...




Deep Fried Crab:-
Then there was "Deep fried Crab" ,the dish  was not looking good at all  just by looking at it but trust me that was the best deep fried crab i ever had.
crab meat was juicy and some taste of lemon grass in it, i never eaten crab shell in my entire life but here whole creature was deep fried served with sweet and sour sauce dipping....man that shell was so crispy and tasty,this dish is little messy to eat but recommended  if you like crabs.




Salted Grilled Fish:-
Then we tried our hands on "Whole Thai Steamed and Grilled Fish "
The way it  cooked was the whole fish was covered in salt so  that the whole fish was  kind of steamed inside its own body.
White flesh of that fish was flaky, flavorful and juicy with all the flavors packed into that with little seasoning and salt which they used to cook fish and served with some pepper and vinegar sauce, In addition to that sweet, succulent, flaky fish, that sauce was giving dimension by adding spicy ,lemony flavor enhancing the deliciousness of the fish.
Overall delicious fish i had in a long time ....strongly recommended.


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Friday, 22 June 2018

Eat Like A Local ..(Beyond The Boundaries Of Taste Part-2)

continued from part-1, Click on the link below to read part-1

http://foodieonroad.blogspot.com/2018/06/arrival-in-bangkok.html
So we started walking towards the Street food Market near to our hotel in Bangkok.. then we saw one lady selling fried chicken, so we have decided to try our hands on Thai fried chicken.

Thai Fried Chicken (Gai-Tod)



Trust me Forget Macdonald's or KFC that was the best fried chicken we ever had, thai fried chicken or mainly known as (Gai-Tod) in Thai is not to miss when in Bangkok.
Fried chicken was  light, deep fried garlic  on it, crispy skin that crackles with every bite. Hiding beneath that skin is tender juicy flesh served with chili sauce.

Then we moved on to another stall and tried Thai Grilled Pork.
In the world of natural, real food lovers, pork is a contentious subject 😉 on one side, you’ve got people zealously arguing against pork because it’s not kosher or halal,and On the other hand, you’ve got traditional cultures like Thailand for whom pork is a dietary mainstay providing meat and cooking fat. 
Well lets not get into all this 😃

Thai Grilled Pork (moo-ping)


Thai grilled pork, or moo ping as locals would call it, is a definite must try for every carnivorous traveler.These quick snacks are cheap and packed with full of flavors. It will fill you up for several hours so you have the energy to keep going.This amazing grilled pork treat cost was  just 30 THB
Succulent pieces of pork meat with fat are skewered together and grilled on top of hot coals. The melting fat dripping on the coal creates a thick blanket of aromatic smoke that, logically, should drive you away but in reality, lures you even more.

These Thai pork skewers are marinated in a sweet-salty concoction, and when placed on the grill, receive an additional smoky flavor from the burning coals.

The barbecued meat is good enough as it is, but slathered with the homemade spicy sauce, it becomes pure heaven. Moo ping can be enjoyed stick after stick or paired with traditional sticky rice for a more filling meal. Make sure to consume your moo ping hot off the grill when the flavors are most alive and the meat actually melts in your mouth.

To Be Continued.....

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Thursday, 14 June 2018

Arrival in Bangkok..(Beyond The Boundaries Of Taste Part-1)

Hello Foodies,
It was almost 6 hrs. journey to Thailand from Mumbai airport, we arrived at Bangkok's swarnabhumi airport at 6 A.M.the airport was modern and clean, relatively spacious with a number of different terminals, and I think they’ve done a pretty good in handling passengers efficiently (although there can be long lines at times).

Bangkok, a world class global city has so much to offer ,Home to one of the world’s most spectacular skylines , Bangkok is a densely packed city where you’ll discover fresh wet markets slotted between skyscrapers and delicious food nearly everywhere you look.
We checked in to our hotel room and i had a Power Nap for 2 hrs.,as soon as i woke up i decided to have  some local street food. Why? because someone said that "key to enjoy any destination’s traditional cuisine is to eat like a local, to eat where locals eat, or even better, to get invited to a local’s home and be served a home-cooked meal" in our case getting invited by "Locals" was not possible so i decided to visit local street food where i can taste authentic Thai food ,but some of us from my group were not familiar with Thai food (Because of strong smell of raw, fermented seafood and sauces) :-)  so me and one of my friend from kolkata decided to have a local street food and rest decided to visit nearby Indian food restaurant.

Street food stalls can be found at practically every corner in Bangkok,street food is an important part of Bangkok’s rich culinary heritage and it also lets you interact with the locals so you are afforded a more enriching experience. Street food stall is the place where you get traditional Thai food exact way locals have been preparing.
Thai cuisine is also heavily influenced by Indian spices and flavours, which is evident in its famous green, red, and yellow curries. However, it would be nearly impossible to confuse an Indian curry with one from Thailand. Although Thai curry incorporates many Indian spices in its pastes, it still manages to maintain its own unique flavour with the addition of local spices and ingredients, such as Thai holy basil, lemongrass, and Thai ginger
Other influences on Thai cooking may be found in the countries near or surrounding Thailand, such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Burma, and Malaysia. Such plentiful and vast influences combine to create the complex taste of present-day Thai cooking.

To Be Continued......

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Saturday, 9 June 2018

Beyond The Boundaries Of Taste ... Thailand

Hello Foodies,
Did you enjoy my earlier food blog posts? If you haven’t, do check it out and let me know your feedback.
Today's blog Post is about my new upcoming food blog series "Beyond the boundaries of taste ... Thailand".

I am not the kind of person who will go to another country and then eat only Indian food. If I wanted to eat Indian food, then I would prefer to have it in India. I would love to try new cuisines, new food palates and I believe that it is an integral part of a travelling experience.
I've been to Thailand many times , for me, Thailand is a place of extremes. It’s functioning chaos in all its inexplicable glory. Above all, however, one thing is certain: Thai people are united in their passion for Thai food.
Hope you will enjoy my one incredible culinary journey through one of South-East Asia’s most seductive food cultures.






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Foodie On Road



Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Goan-Chin..... Goan Days (Part 3)

Being a Foodie tasting new and different cuisines has always been a very important part of my food journeys.
It has been almost 6 months In GOA, gone were the days when goan cusine facinataed me,so i decided to try my hands on Indian Chinese food.
One of my office colleagues told me about Panjim's Famous Chinese/Asian restaurant "GoenChin" so i decided to visit that pace along with my colleague.
Trust me this place was not easy to find, situated in the heart of panjim nearest landmark is panjims famous mahalaxmi temple ,this hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the city.
restaurant was very cozy and comfortable but little bit noisy ( obviously because of good food :-) ).

. so we ordered chilled beer along with "Prawns fried wontons" and "Thai Chicken"
fried wontons were Chinese version of Indian "Samosa"  (Just Kidding) were crispy, crunchy, too much tasty and full of fresh prawns served with tangy, sweet and spicy sauce, those Fried Wontons were irresistibly good.







"Thai Chicken" was grilled half portion of chicken made using authentic Thai herbs like lemon grass and rice powder (Thank god no fish sauce) and soya sauce was dark colored due to major use of soya sauce in it,
 each and every juicy, tender,fresh piece of chicken was with amazing favor of garlic,black pepper and punch of soya sauce,eating bites of chicken along with that wonderful tangy tamarind chili dipping sauce can hardly get better.












Then we ordered our main course  "Beijing Chicken Sauce" and "Bamboo chicken fried rice" but before tht we have ordered "chicken Tom Yum" soup.

I must say one of the best Tom Yum soup i ever had in my life ,soup was mixture of garlic, lemongrass, ginger, lime leaves, coriander, chillies and chicken, which was briefly stir-fried with chicken stock. that was "Tangy" "Hot" flavor in the form of clean and aromatic soup.





 "Beijing Chicken Sauce"   was both "tender" and "crispy" just the way I like it and topped with tasty sauce and sesame seeds was absolutly out of this world.













"Bamboo chicken fried rice" was perfectly stir-fried and full  flavors of bamboo slices, mushrooms and was  irresistibly delicious.













Just WOW.... one of the best Chinese food i ever had in my life. 5 out 5 for this restaurant ...a must visit place

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