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Ka-nom Jeep Moo (Pork Dumplings)

Ka-nom Jeep Moo (Pork Dumplings)

Today’s snow, tomorrow’s sunny, the next day’s raining, this minute cold, the next minute hot. I’m so fed up with the weather here. So I decided to make a snack to fix the dullness with the recipe called Ka-nom Jeep Moo (Pork Dumplings), which I haven’t had for a long time. Thinking of Thailand, whenever I crave this dish I would go to Chinatown or Wang Lang, Siriraj...

Khao Moo Grob (Rice with Crispy pork)

Khao Moo Grob (Rice with Crispy pork)

An easy dish that isn’t easy to make as its name (Moo means a pig but can also use as the expression which refers to “so easy” in Thai as well). This is because we can not get the pork that is used to make Khao Moo Grob (Rice with Crispy Pork) in any typical grocery store in my town, because the pork that is sold in the grocery store is cut and separated into chops, roasts, etc. Moo Gr...

Laab Neua (Northern style)

Laab Neua (Northern style)

Previously we’ve gotten to present the different types of Laab, so this time it is time for Laab Neua (northern style). Ingredients and how to do are as follows. Ingredients 300 grams (10 ounces) minced beef or minced buffalo meat 150 grams (5 ounces) organs such as liver, gut, etc. 1 / 2 cup fresh beef blood 4 Tbsp Laab curry 2 Tbsp fish sauce 2 Tbsp Vietnamese Coriander, finely ch...

Khao Pad Ga-prow – Stir Fried Rice with Holy Basil

Khao Pad Ga-prow – Stir Fried Rice with Holy Basil

Thai people have known holy basil for a long time. Holy basil is a plant that is used as both a food and a medicine, however because holy basil has strong pungent scent and spicy taste Thai people will not like eat it directly like they do other kinds of vegetables. However, it is popular to use as an ingredient for flavor and scent in various Thai recipes. When most Thai people think about holy ...

Pad See Ew (Fried Noodles)

Pad See Ew (Fried Noodles)

Pad See Ew (fried noodles) is the food that is sold everywhere in Thailand. And it is often found on nearly every restaurant menu. In most cases, any restaurant that is selling Rad Nar (fried noodles with gravy) will also be selling Pad See Ew (fried noodles) too. The style of cooking Pad See Ew (fried noodles) is similar to Guay Tieow Kua (stir fried noodles), but Pad See Ew (fried noodles) will...

Laab Moo E-sarn (Minced Pork E-Sarn style)

Laab Moo E-sarn (Minced Pork E-Sarn style)

Laab E-sarn is one of the excellent dishes on many Thailand restaurants menus. Though I haven’t mentioned about the restaurants in general yet, there is Laab E-sarn to be found throughout Thailand. Even the stalls, hawkers and peddlers, or even the cart food will have “Laab E-Sarn” to sell as we can see. So today we will have the recipe for Laab E-sarn that is made with minced ...

Stir Fried Pork Phrik King Curry (With Long Yard Bean) – Moo Pad Phrik KingTua Fug Yow

Stir Fried Pork Phrik King Curry (With Long Yard Bean) – Moo Pad Phrik KingTua Fug Yow

Pad Phrik King (Stir Fried Phrik King) is stir fried curry from the Central and East of Thailand. Most of curries from these ares will have a sweet taste. So the curry paste that they use will be made from the large dried chili, which is less spicy than the small dried chili. Pad Phrik King is considered a breakthrough dish that ancient people invented for their vacations (at that time there was ...

Boiled rice with pork

Boiled rice with pork

Boiled Rice is a dish made from rice as you might guess; how to make boiled rice is pretty similar to cooking rice with a regular pot. The difference is when making boiled rice we will add more water than when cooking rice.  The timing to make boiled rice is similar to cooking rice also, or sometimes may be longer. There are several types of boiled rice like plain boiled rice and boiled rice wi...

Fried rice with shrimp paste

Fried rice with shrimp paste

Fried rice with shrimp paste is a traditional Thai food.  How to make it may be a little bit difficult because it has a lot of ingredients.  It has quite a few side dishes which will mean it takes a while to make everything, but it is so worth it.  Luckily, all the ingredients are easy to find anywhere. The characteristic of fried rice with shrimp paste is light in color, has the taste of shri...

Grilled Pork Spicy Salad – Moo Yang Nam Tok

Grilled Pork Spicy Salad – Moo Yang Nam Tok

“Nam Tok” in the meaning from the Royal Institute of Thailand dictionary have 2 different meanings.  First, means the water that trapped in the mountain has fallen to the cliff.  Or we called the falling down water in a similar way that “Nam Tok – waterfall”. The second meaning refers to one kind of food makes from meat like pork or beef. Then grill them until done, cut into thin...