Pong Neng, the Thai version of a corn dog. Inside it is a delicious sausage wrapped in a beautifully coloured fried pastry. Pong neng is one of the the best Thai street food dishes at Chatuchak Market JJ Market in Bangkok, Thailand.
No one can deny that eating street food is one of the most enjoyable things to do when traveling in Asia, particularly in Southeast Asia. From savory noodle soups to hot steamed buns, the variety of the street food in Asia is very hard to beat. One of my absolutely favorite dishes nowadays
is what I would consider Thai fast food, right up there with all of our favorite takeout noodle dishes––like lo mein, pan-fried noodles and Drunken Noodles. It comes together quickly as long as all the ingredients are prepared ahead of time
Drunken Noodles - A fiery and fragrant Drunken Noodles Recipe that tastes like proper Bangkok street-food! This simple Thai Pad Kee Mao is ready in 16 minutes from start to finish. Recipe, noodles, Th (Ground Chicken Chili)