Thailand Launches Online Cooking Space, Showcasing ‘World’s Tastest Medicine’ Recipes


Thailand launches online cooking space, showcasing ‘world’s tastiest medicine’ recipes

BANGKOK (PRWEB) December 25, 2021

In line with the current health awareness around the world, more and more people are paying more attention to food and healthy eating. To go further in this direction, Thailand’s Department of Cultural Promotion promotes Thai foods as medicinal and health-promoting through the ThaiTasteTherapy.com website – an online Thai cooking space featuring 50 recipes. In addition, information on raw ingredients and Thai herbs is available.

Already renowned the world over for its appealing diversity of flavors, Thai gastronomy takes centuries-old local wisdom to a new level in health, wellness and medicinal care. Thailand is honored to share its knowledge of local dishes from across the Kingdom that not only appeal to the taste buds, but have healing properties for a number of ailments.

Mr. Chai Nakhonchai, Director General of the Department of Cultural Promotion, revealed that while Thai cuisine is an intangible cultural heritage praised around the world for its various flavors, the wonder of Thai cuisine is not limited to good taste. Almost every dish is full of vegetables, herbs, and spices that contain nutraceutical properties (foods with additives that are beneficial to health and have medicinal benefits) which in turn can help the body fight disease and maintain a healthy life. level of health and vitality. It is no exaggeration to call Thai food “the tastiest medicine in the world”.

Examples of dishes

  • Turmeric immune-boosting chicken soup, which contains curcumin (helps the immune system to function effectively *). The tangy, tangy smoke flavor comes primarily from the garcinia fruit with an overall balanced delight from galangal (helps prevent inflammation caused by bacteria and viruses and helps prevent allergic reactions) and citronella (contains lemongrass). quercetin which boosts immunity).

  • Spicy and Sour Chicken Soup – Tom Yum’s bold and delicious dish with juicy chicken meat, an aroma of herbs, galangal and lemongrass.
  • Five Spice Jungle Curry – a popular spicy dish that does not contain coconut milk, but contains a multitude of spices and herbs to balance out the strong fishy or meaty scent and to increase appetite. Key ingredients include finger root, a type of ginger, which also contains quercetin (helps relieve cough and cold symptoms *), galangal, turmeric, lemongrass, and pepper (helps relieve cough and cold symptoms *), galangal, turmeric, lemongrass, and pepper (helps relieve cough and cold symptoms). relieve nausea, headaches, poor digestion).

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

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Freeda S. Scott