Thai food has long had a reputation for being mouth-wateringly delicious and spicy. In this blog post we’ll discuss some of the most popular non-vegetarian dishes from Thailand that you should definitely try when you visit Orange County.
Muu Kham Waan (BBQ Pork Shoulder)
This Thai food in Orange County is a must-try. It is made by marinating pork shoulder in red curry paste, garlic, lemongrass, galangal and other spices before cooking it on an open fire or a grill. The meat is served with sticky rice, cucumber slices and a dipping sauce made with sugar and fish sauce.
Tom Yum Goong:
Do you know that crazy good soup that everyone loves? That is Tom Yum soup, one of the most popular dishes from Thailand. Its most famous variation is Tom Yum Goong, which is a hot and sour soup with spices, shrimp, vegetables and herbs. A serving is quite filling because it has so many ingredients, but you will want another helping because it’s so delicious!
There are many different ways you can enjoy a Yam Nua. The spicy beef salad is available in many restaurants and street stalls in Orange County and is a great dish to enjoy with a cold beer on a warm summer day.
Pad Thai noodles, a popular dish in Thailand, are found on menus all over the world today. In fact, you can’t really go wrong with this dish. It’s convenient, easy to make and contains a lot of local ingredients that will delight your taste buds. Ingredients used to make Pad Thai include tamarind pulp, fish sauce, turnips, garlic, shallots, red chili pepper flakes and palm sugar. You can also add chicken or seafood to this delicious noodle dish!
Tom Kha Gai:
Tom Kha Gai is a soup made with chicken and coconut milk. The main ingredients are ginger, lime leaves, chicken broth, fish sauce, lemongrass, and chilli oil. To make it, you boil peeled ginger, lemongrass, broth and lime leaves together with the chicken. Then you add mushrooms and simmer before adding fish sauce, sugar and coconut milk.
If you’re looking for some delicious non-veg Thai food in Orange County, look no further than Zabb Thai Cuisine. You can expect to find some of your favorite dishes on our menu, such as “Pad See Ew”, which consists of wide rice noodles stir-fried with broccoli, Chinese broccoli and egg. Please reserve your seat today to find out why we are the best Thai restaurant in Orange County.