4 of the Best Fruits and Fruity Sweet Treats to Try in Thailand

Thailand fruits are as fascinating and delicious as the country’s famous cuisine. A mix of the familiar and exotic, here are some of the many fruits you need to try as well as some of the delectable sweets usually made from them.

This is a fruit that is not easy to like. Many people can’t get past the strong and cloying smell. You can’t even hand-carry it with you on the plane. Some hotels don’t even allow it on their premises. But aroma aside, the fruit is actually quite good. Rich and creamy with a soft texture, durian is a tasty treat on its own. Some of the best Thai desserts and sweets made with the fruit are the khao neow toorien (durian coconut milk soup with sticky rice) and toorien guan (durian paste).

Mangoes are one of the most popular fruits in Thailand. Ripe mangoes are usually enjoyed fresh or as ingredients in treats like khao neow ma muang (sweet sticky rice with mango), mamuang guan (dried mango roll-ups). Some people also eat it unripe or half-ripe by dipping it in sugar. READ MORE

A Delicious and Easy-to-Prepare Chicken Dish

Home cooking is not something that everyone finds easy to do. For some, preparing food from scratch can be quite a challenge. Not having enough time to cook a hearty meal, however, does not mean you cannot enjoy a tasty home cooked meal. Here’s a delicious baked chicken dish that is simple and easy to prepare that you can make as often as you want.Today’s lunch was baked chicken with only three ingredients, two of which I already have in the kitchen. A quick trip to the nearest grocery and I got the last missing piece(s) – the boneless, skinless chicken. READ MORE