Thailand is famous for its seafood. No wonder! It has two long coastlines along the southern peninsula: on the Gulf of Thailand and on the Indian Ocean. Village fishing boats bring in fish, rock lobsters, crabs, squid, shrimp, giant prawns, and scallops. These fresh gifts from the sea are often simply steamed or grilled.
Coconut, which grows abundantly in the South, appears in many seafood dishes, its milk used to thicken soup and curries.
Note: Thai seafood recipes may call for prawns. That name is sometimes given to larger shrimp. In Bangkok, they serve the most gigantic prawns available, often in a simple sauce or grilled over charcoal.
Diet & Allergy Information
Thai cuisine gets its unique flavors as a result of blending many exotic ingredients. We want to ensure that you get the most from your Thai food experience. Whether you are looking for gluten-free foods, or have a peanut allergy, our dietary and allergy chart provides valuable information for all of our products.
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* Please refer to our product labels for the most up-to-date nutrition & allergen information.
Thai Cooking and Culture
At Thai Kitchen, our knowledge of Thai cooking and culture enables us to provide the truly authentic Thai dining experience in your home, anytime. And since we’re so easy to find at www.ThaiKitchen.com and on your grocers’ shelves, you’ll never need to search for Thai food online.