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Common Thai Cooking Mistakes - What To Look Out For

What’s there not to love about Thai food? The combination of spices and herbs, the flavorful ingredients, and the variety of dishes all work together to make quite the mouth-watering dining experience.

You may think that this is an exaggeration, but it isn’t. You’ll realize this when you savor the taste of Thai food. Chances are that you’ll be left drooling over the likes of Pad Thai, Tom Yum Goong, Massaman Curry, and Som Tum.

Given the complexity of Thai cooking, it’s easy for those cooking to fail to include the right ingredients or forget an essential step. If you are a customer at a Thai restaurant, you don’t want to be shortchanged and leave the restaurant unsatisfied. If you are a cook and love making food, what better way to prepare dishes than to ensure that you’ve put your all into it?

Although the soul certainly makes a difference in cooking, there are some Thai food no-no’s that you should be wary of. Here are five:

Too Much Chilli

Alright, alright, we all know that Thai food is known for being hot and spicy. The chili augme