Thailand’s interpretation of the famous Hainanese chicken or chicken on rice. The well known Khao Man Kai is prepared through boiling the entire chicken in bone stock to create a tender, juicy and delicious chicken meat.
This popular breakfast dish is quick and easy to hand out with chicken quickly chopped, cleavered, topped on rice, and served garnished with coriander and a choice of sweet, salty or hot chili dips.
Khao man kai comes served with bones in a soup and cubed blood on the side (as pictured). It is just one example of Thailand’s traditional and ethical use of ‘nose to tail’ cooking. Khao man Kai is best found at food courts and small roadside eateries. Pay 30 – 40 baht.