Villes de Thaïlande. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
La Thaïlande est un pays à contraste, un quart de la population est regroupé dans la zone centrale avec l'agglomération de Bangkok. En province, aucune ville ne dépasse officiellement les 300 000 habitants, mais cela ne représente pas vraiment la réalité à cause du système de recensement qui s'effectue toujours à partir de la localité de naissance. L'exode rural depuis les années 1960 a complètement faussé les chiffres et de très nombreux habitants des grandes villes n'y sont pas officiellement comptabilisés. D'autre part, un certain flou persiste dans les sources accessibles permettant de donner des chiffres de population vérifiés. Les chiffres repris dans le tableau ci-dessous proviennent des données présentes dans la page de Wikipédia en allemand et sont à croiser avec les deux sources données en liens externes.
Classifications administratives[modifier | modifier le code] La Thaïlande classe les agglomérations en quatre niveaux : Liste des îles de Thaïlande. National Parks of Thailand, Thai National Parks, Khao lak, Doi Inthanon National Park, Mu Ko Surin National Park, Mu Ko Chang National Park, Khao Yai National Park, Nam Nao National Park, Phu Kradung National Park, Huai Nam Dang National Park, Thai Forest.
Thai cuisine. Thai seafood, curry Kaeng phet pet yang: roast duck in red curry Thai cuisine is the national cuisine of Thailand.
Blending elements of several Southeast Asian traditions, Thai cooking places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components. Faut-il faire un régime avant ou après les fêtes de fin d'année ? Chicken in Pandan Leaves. Grill or barbecue the chicken for an easier, less oily but just as delicious version.
Ingredients 500 g/1 lb chicken thigh fillets 1 tablespoon Thai pepper-coriander paste 1 teaspoon finely grated fresh ginger 1 tablespoon finely chopped shallot 2 tablespoons fish sauce 2 tablespoons coconut milk 1 teaspoon palm sugar or brown sugar pandan leaves, fresh or frozen Directions Trim any visible fat from chicken, and cut meat into bite-sized pieces. Combine the remaining ingredients in a bowl, add the chicken and mix well. Let guests unwrap them and enjoy the aroma and flavor.
Recipe excerpted from Encyclopedia of AsianFood by Charmaine Solomon (Periplus Editions, 1998) Riz gluant. Mango sticky rice. Sea bream with chilli, lime and ginger. I’m always pleased when I manage to find bream in supermarkets or fishmongers, as it’s deemed to be ethically sound and is listed as a good alternative to endangered fish like cod, halibut and hake.
Bream is increasingly popular and it’s really easy to cook, very tasty and reasonably priced. My basic guideline for cooking a 350-500g bream is to season and oil it, wrap it in foil and bake on a tray in the oven (190C) for about 18+ minutes. Because the fish steams in its own juices, you can’t really go wrong and it won’t dry out. Adding to this basic approach, you can use whatever flavouring you like and some options are: Lemon zest and juiceChopped chilli, lime juice and slices of gingerChilli, garlic and gingerLemon and parsleySpring onion, garlic, soy & chilli For all of these, all you need to do is stuff the flavourings around the fish and in the cavity.
Like this: Like Loading... Thai curries. Thai curry refers to dishes in Thai cuisine that are made with various types of curry paste; the term can also refer to the pastes themselves.
A Thai curry dish is made from curry paste, coconut milk or water, meat, seafood, vegetables or fruit, and herbs. Curries in Thailand mainly differ from the curries in Indian cuisine in their use of fresh ingredients such as herbs and aromatic leaves over a mix of spices. Overview Some of the fresh ingredients for red curry paste. Soft shell crab with garlic chive flowers.
Mmmm ... soft shell crab.
This has to be one of my favourites. My cravings for this inexpensive seafood have been so strong lately I couldn't help but duck off to Chinatown over the weekend and pick up a box of these little critters as well as a few fresh ingredients to go with it. The crabs usually come boxed in kilogram quantities from many seafood shops for around $16. If you're at the Sydney Fish Market expect to pay $20 for one kilo. Each box holds around 7 or 8 crabs and they're neatly wrapped in plastic for easy freeing if you're not using them all. Serves 2. Thai Food - Papaya Salad. Papaya Salad som tam ส้มตำ Posted: 12th February 2005 One of my favourite meals, which is definately in my Top 10, is Som Tam, otherwise known as Papaya Salad.
The meal is quite simple to make. The main ingredients are shredded green papaya, chopped green beans, tomoato, dried prawns, unsalted roasted peanuts, chillies, garlic and lime juice. These are all pounded together in a mortar using a pestle. The sound it makes is "pok pok". The papaya salad is best served with sticky rice (khao neow) and grilled chicken. Pineapple Rice. Thai Iced Tea. Kasma's Thai Iced Tea Recipe Thai iced tea, Cha Yen or Chaa Yen in Thai, is a popular drink widely available in small restaurants and street stalls in across Thailand.
This simple tea recipe comes from Kasma Loha-unchit, Thai cooking teacher and cookbook author. Directions for Ice Tea: "I make it using a traditional Thai tea steeper: it is a tubular filter made of white muslin or cotton attached around the top to a metal ring that has a handle. Balance the filter ring above a tea or coffee pot. You may also use a coffee filter, but you'll need to use more tea mix to get the strength you wish.
Tom yum Soup. Pad Thai. Wednesday, 21 February 2007 18:52 Thai Recipe Stir-Fried Thai Noodles One of Thailand's best known noodle dishes. It is eaten as a light meal at any time of the day or night, and is especially popular at the night markets throughout the country. Thai Fruits. Thailand is popularly known as the "land of smiles", "land of yellow robes" and probably another popularity of Thailand is a land of tropical fruits as the country is blessed with a myriad of delicious tropical and temperate fruits which only vary depending on the season. Even though a fruit may not be in season, it can be found in candied or preserved form. Moreover, some fruit like grapes are even coached to bear fruit all year round. Indeed, Thailand is a paradise for those who love fruit.
Generally Thai fruits are sweet including those which are traditionally sour such as santol and tamarind. Thaïlande. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
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