Thai Street Food Challenge 2017

One of the best things about living in Thailand is the food. It is not only delicious, but it is also plentiful and cheap. In fact, you can find it on almost any street corner at any time of day or night. I guess we are spoilt in Thailand in having such easy access to Thai food. After all, one meal in a Thai restaurant in say London, New York or Sydney would probably be the same as our weekly food budget. This month I am doing a Thai Street Food Challenge on Facebook and Twitter. The idea is to eat 100 different dishes in one month. I can only buy on the street, in markets, and in shop houses with three walls. I cannot buy at air-conditioned restaurants and I cannot eat any dish more expensive than 50 Baht. The list of what I have eaten so far can be seen here.

[001] Khanom Krok (ขนมครก). Coconut Pudding.
[002] Kuay Teow Tom Yum Manao (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวต้มยำมะนาว). Tom Yum Noodle Soup
[003] Yen Ta Fo (เย็นตาโฟ). Noodles in Pink Soup.
[004] Khao Kha Moo (ข้าวขาหมู), Braised pork leg on rice.
[005] Moo Satay (หมูสะเต๊ะ), Pork Satay on sticks.
[006] Gluay Tod (กล้วยทอด). Deep Fried Bananas.
[007] Pad Thai (ผัดไทย). Thai Fried Noodles.
[007] Tod Man Pla (ทอดมันปลา). Fried Fish Cakes.
[008] Pad Prik Gaeng Moo (ผัดพริกแกงหมู). Pork with Red Curry Paste.
[009] Patongo (ปาท่องโก๋). Thai Donuts.
[010] Moo Ping (หมูปิ้ง) Grilled Pork on Skewers. 10 Baht each. Usually eaten with sticky rice.
[011] Kuay Teow Gaeng (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวแกง). Noodles in a Beef Curry.