What sauces do Thai restaurants have?

What sauce do Thai restaurants use?

Prik Nam Pla (Thai: พริกน้ำปลา), usually mixed with lime juice and slices of chillies, is a popular sauce that you will find at most restaurants in Thailand from cook-to-order shops up to five-star hotels. You can even ask for Prik Nam Pla at any Thai restaurant around the world.

What are some Thai sauces?

What to eat in Thailand? 6 Most Popular Thai Sauces

  • Sauce. Tai pla. Southern Thailand. Thailand. Tai pla is a traditional sauce originating from Thailand. …
  • Dip. Nam pla wan. Thailand. Asia. …
  • Sauce. Nam chim chaeo. Thailand. Asia. …
  • Sauce. Nam phrik phao. Thailand. Asia. …
  • Sauce. Nam phrik. Thailand. Asia. …
  • Sauce. Curry Paste. Thailand. Asia.

What is the red sauce at Thai restaurants?

Thailand’s most delicious dipping sauce, nam jim gai is a sweet and sour chilli sauce consisting of red chilli, garlic, vinegar and sugar that’s popularly served alongside chicken.

What is Thai sauce made of?

Traditional pad thai sauce includes fish sauce, vinegar, sugar and tamarind paste. Tamarind paste is not easily found at a regular grocery stores so I substituted rice vinegar.

What is Thai brown sauce made out of?

As I understand it, served with a fried egg and minced chicken, this is a staple and even breakfast food in Thailand. The sauce is not a curry but a spicy brown sauce made from fish sauce, oyster sauce, garlic, sugar, lime, chilis, etc

What is the main ingredient in Thai food?

Along with fish sauce, limes, chilies, and herbs, kra-thiam (garlic) and hom daeng (red shallots) are “the quintessential components of everyday Thai cooking,” says McDermott. Kha (galangal)—a thick, knobby rhizome—puts the kha in tom kha kai (coconut milk soup with chicken, lemongrass, and lime leaves).

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