Gatim impreuna #deladistanta: Stir fried pork curry with rice – Thailanda

Bucataria thailandeza pune accent pe mancarurile usor preparate, cu componente aromatice puternice si picante.
O masa tipica thailandeza include cinci arome principale: sarat, dulce, acru, amar si picant. Majoritatea preparatelor thailandeze nu sunt considerate satisfacatoare decat daca le combina pe toate cele cinci. În timp ce condimentul poate fi picant pentru un gust strain, mancarea thailandeza asigura un echilibru al tuturor aromelor.
Aromele gasite în Thailanda moderna provin din istoria straveche. Bucataria thailandeza este, de asemenea, puternic influentata de condimentele si aromele indiene, ceea ce este evident în celebrul curry verde, rosu si galben.
Alte influente asupra gatitului thailandez provin din tarile vecine, precum Vietnam, Cambodgia, Indonezia, Laos, Birmania si Malaezia. Influente atat de abundente si vaste se combina pentru a crea gustul complex al bucatariei thailandeze actuale – una dintre bucatariile cu cea mai rapida crestere si cea mai populara astazi.
Nimic nu ocupa un loc mai proeminent în bucataria thailandeza decat orezul. Cel mai servit fel de mancare la toate mesele – orezul – este tratat cu respect si niciodata irosit.
Prezentarea formala a mancarii este un alt aspect important al culturii thailandeze –  mancarea thailandeza este printre cele mai rafinate din lume.

De ce va povestesc azi despre mancarea thailandeza? Pentru ca vom incerca o reteta autentica care se serveste pretutindeni in Thailanda (asa cum sunt mititeii la noi in Romania 😉 ) si care bineinteles este picanta: carne de porc cu sos curry si orez sau pe numele sau ผัดพริกแกงหมูราดข้าว (Pad Prik Keang Moo).
Siriwan prepara mancare traditionala in special in weekend sau atunci cand ii este dor de casa 🙂 . Ea foloseste ingrediente proaspete din gradina proprie iar din meniul sau nu lipseste orezul.
Ii multumesc lui Siriwan ca mi-ai acceptat provocarea de a gati cu mine, bucataria thailandeza este una din preferatele mele insa recunosc ca nu rezist la gustul picant extrem ci prefer gustul mediu-picant 😉 .
Te salut si astept cu nerabdare sa ne revedem, avem multe de recuperat 😉 .


Ingrediente:

– 100 g carne de porc feliata
– 250 g fasole verde lunga (1 inch lungime)
– 3 frunze de limeta kafru (Kaffir lime)
– 3 linguri ulei de floarea soarelui
– 2 linguri pasta de curry rosie
– 1 lingura sos de peste
– 1 lingurita de zahar

Mod de preparare:

Puneti uleiul si curry intr-o tigaie si caliti la foc mic cateva minute pana se simte mirosul de curry rosu; adaugati carnea de porc si prajiti pana este gata.
Adaugati fasolea si frunzele de limeta, fierbeti 5 minute.
Adaugati sosul de peste si zaharul si mai fierbeti inca 2 minute. Opriti focul.

Serviti cu orez si cu ou prajit. Delicios!
Pofta buna! ทานให้อร่อย

Productia de orez în Thailanda reprezinta o parte semnificativa a economiei si a fortei de munca thailandeze.
Thailanda are o traditie puternica a productiei de orez. Are cea de-a cincea cea mai mare cantitate de pamant sub cultura de orez din lume si este al doilea cel mai mare exportator mondial de orez. În totalitate jumatate din terenurile cultivate din Thailanda sunt dedicate orezului.

Arta templelor thailandeze si arhitectura este arta si arhitectura templelor budiste din Thailanda. Templele sunt cunoscute sub numele de wat, de la Pāḷi vāṭa, insemnând „incinta”. Un templu are un zid închizator care il desparte de lumea seculara.
Mi-ar place sa vizitez aceasta tara impresionanta prin cultura, istoria, relieful si gastronomia sa. O tara total diferita de ceea ce am vazut pana acum.

Mulumesc pentru aceasta calatorie, Siriwan!


Thai cooking places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components and a spicy edge.
A typical Thai meal includes five main flavors: salty, sweet, sour, bitter, and spicy. Indeed, most Thai dishes are not considered satisfying unless they combine all five. While the seasoning can be spicy for a foreign palate, Thai food ensures that a balance of all flavors is present.
The flavors found in modern-day Thailand come from ancient history. Thai cuisine is also heavily influenced by Indian spices and flavors, which is evident in its famous green, red, and yellow curries.

Other influences on Thai cooking come from neighboring countries, like Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Burma, and Malaysia. Such plentiful and vast influences combine to create the complex taste of present-day Thai cooking—one of the fastest-growing and most popular of world cuisines today.
Nothing occupies a more prominent place in Thai cuisine than rice. The most served dish in all meals, rice is treated with respect and never wasted.
The formal presentation of food is another important aspect of Thai culture – Thai food presentation is among the most exquisite in the world.

Why am I telling you today about the Thai food? Because we will try an authentic recipe, that you can find it everywhere in Thailand (as mititeii are in Romania;) ) and this is of course spicy: Stir fried pork curry with rice or the real name ผัดพริกแกงหมูราดข้าว (Pad Prik Keang Moo).
Siriwan prepares traditional food especially on weekends or when she misses home 🙂 . She uses fresh ingredients from her own garden and she never miss rice from the menu.
Thank you Siriwan for accepting my challenge to cook with me, Thai cuisine is one of my favorites but I admit that I cannot resist to the extreme spicy taste, I prefer prefers medium-spicy 😉 .
I greet you and look forward to seeing you again, we have a lot to recover 😉 .

Ingredients:

– 100 g sliced pork
– 250 g yardlong bean cut 1 inch long ( or another type green beans )
– 3 pieces kaffir lime leaves ( tear it small )
– 3 spoons sunflower oil
– 2 spoons red curry paste
– 1 spoon fish sauce
– 1 teaspoon sugar

Method:

  1. Put oil in a pan then red curry paste in a pan. Stir fry medium heat. Until the smell of red curry paste.
  2. Then put the sliced pork, stir fry until done.
  3. Put long bean and kaffir lime leaves, stir for 5 minutes.
  4. Then aad fish sauce and sugar and stir for 2 minutes.
  5. Finish

    Delicious with cooked rice and fried egg. This menu is street food in Thailand. You can find them everywhere in Thailand. It tastes a little bit spicy.

Enjoy! ทานให้อร่อย

Rice production in Thailand represents a significant portion of the Thai economy and labor force.
Thailand has a strong tradition of rice production. It has the fifth-largest amount of land under rice cultivation in the world and is the world’s second largest exporter of rice. Fully half of Thailand’s cultivated land is devoted to rice.

Thai temple art and architecture is the art and architecture of Buddhist temples in Thailand. Temples are known as wat’s, from the Pāḷi vāṭa, meaning “enclosure.” A temple has an enclosing wall that divides it from the secular world.
I would like to visit this impressive country through its culture, history, relief and gastronomy. A totally different country from what I’ve seen so far.

Thank you for this journey, Siriwan!

Sources: https://www.thespruceeats.com and wikipedia



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