Thai One On in my Gourmet Dinner Club menu from Thailand. So many Thai dishes are naturally gluten free that it’s an obvious choice for anyone on a gluten free diet. So plan your next dinner party and get excited about learning more.
Tantalizing Thai curries showcase the subtle blends of cilantro, chiles, lemongrass, galangal, ginger and lime. Pungent fish sauce is in almost every dish and coconut milk is added to most curries. Other flavours include ginger, basil and tamarind and the combinations are interesting and endless.
Thai food is a delicate balance of sweet and sour with the hot and the salty. Dishes are typically all served together and complement each other in a harmonious layering of flavour upon flavour. This is the chance to challenge your taste buds by combining the dishes and condiments to suit your taste.
Start Your Own Dinner Club
What about starting your own Dinner Club? If that appeals to you check out this post, How To Start a Gourmet Dinner Club. Whether you make this Thai menu or just chose a new dish to add to your existing repertoire, eating with friends who love food is always fun. Choose dishes that excite you and create a culinary adventure that meets your dietary needs. I can’t wait to hear about it in the comments below!
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Gourmet Dinner Club – A Thai Menu
Pork and Shrimp Lemongrass Skewers served with sweet chile sauce
Gan gin gan yu – as you eat, so you are.Thai saying
In my ladies Gourmet Dinner Club we have learned many traditions and customs from cuisines around the world. However, when it’s time for menu planning the host gets to do exactly what they want so don’t be too strict with the rules.
I’d love to hear in the comments below what you made or anything about a Thai menu you made.
Introduction to Thai Ingredients
In each recipe description on the website I share tips related to that recipe. For cooking class participants I created this information and posted it here, Introduction to Thai Ingredients. To me part of the fun of a Dinner Club is discovering ingredients you’re not familiar with and challenging yourself to try new techniques.
A Travel Tale – Thailand
From time to time I write a travel post for my friend Sue over at Travel Tales of Life. This post, Thai Red Shrimp Curry is about our trip to Thailand many years ago. Sue and I would love to hear your travel tale if you have one you’d like to share.