Thailand launches online cooking website, featuring ‘world’s tastiest’ recipes | News

BangkokAnd December 25, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ – In keeping with the current health awareness around the world, an increasing number of people are paying more attention to food and healthy eating. To continue this trend, Thailand The cultural promotion section promotes Thai food as medicinal and beneficial to one’s health through ThaiTasteTherapy.com – an online Thai cooking site featuring 50 recipes. Additionally, information on raw ingredients and Thai herbs is available.

Already known the world over for its enticing variety of flavours, Thai gastronomy takes centuries-old local wisdom to a new level in health, well-being and medical care. Thailand We are honored to share her knowledge of local dishes from all over the kingdom that not only appeal to the taste buds but have curative properties for a number of ailments.

Mr. Chai Nakhonchai, Director General of the Cultural Promotion Department, revealed that while Thai food is an intangible cultural heritage that is praised around the world for its diverse flavours, the splendor of Thai cuisine does not end with exquisite taste. Almost every dish is filled with vegetables, herbs and spices that have nutritional properties (food that has healthy additives and has medicinal benefits) that can help the body fight disease and help maintain a level of health and vitality. It is no exaggeration to refer to Thai cuisine as “the world’s tastiest medicine”.

sample dishes

  • Immune-boosting chicken soup with turmeric, which contains curcumin (helps the immune system work efficiently*). The sharp, smoky, pungent flavor comes primarily from garcinia fruit, with an overall savory, well-balanced taste that comes from galangal (helps prevent infections caused by bacteria and viruses and helps prevent allergies) and lemongrass (contains immune-boosting quercetin).
  • Hot and sour chicken soup – bold and delicious Tom Yam A dish with tender chicken meat, aroma of herbs, galangal and lemon.
  • Five-Spice Jungle Curry – A popular spicy dish that doesn’t contain coconut milk, and instead contains an array of spices and herbs to balance out the strong aroma of fish or meat and to boost appetite. Key ingredients include Fingerroot, a type of ginger, which also contains quercetin (helps relieve cough and cold symptoms*), galangal, turmeric, lemongrass, and peppercorns (helps relieve nausea, headaches, and indigestion).

For healthy eating, visit http://www.thaitastetherapy.com for easy-to-follow Thai recipes and an online guide of where to buy ingredients.

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source Thailand Cultural Promotion Department

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