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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...

Khao Man Gai Tod

Khao Man Gai Tod

Previously, I had already presented you with the Khao Man Gai (chicken with rice) recipe. And then I got a comment asking about how to make Khao Man Gai Tod (Fried Chicken with Rice). Therefore, I went to search for the recipe for you all to try, to make and to eat. Ingredients and how to make Khao Man Gai Tod (Fried Chicken with Rice) are simple as follows. Ingredients 2 pieces chicken breas...

Tod Mun Plah Grai (Fried Fish Cake Thai Style)

Tod Mun Plah Grai (Fried Fish Cake Thai Style)

Tod Mun Plah Grai (Fried Fish Cake Thai Style) is another popular recipe for those who like to have fish. In addition to being easy to find to eat and for sale in a busy general community area Tod Mun Plah Grai is also an easy dish to make on your own at home. Or if inconvenient to make it yourself, you can buy it pre-made and then fry it yourself. How to make Tod Mun Plah Grai so tasty and deli...

Sah-koo Sai Moo (Steamed Tapioca filled with Sweet Pork)

Sah-koo Sai Moo (Steamed Tapioca filled with Sweet Pork)

One of the Thai snacks that is often sold as a pair with Kow Gree-ap Pahk Mau (thin, flat steamed sweetmeat of glutinous rice flour) is Sah-koo Sai Moo (steamed tapioca filled with sweet pork). Sah-koo Sai Moo has a slightly sweet flavor mixed with a little salty. It is popular to have it with coriander, cabbage, and fresh Thai chili (Phrik Khee Nuu) to cleanse the oily taste. In addition it is t...

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 ...

Khao Man Gai (Chicken with Rice)

Khao Man Gai (Chicken with Rice)

Let’s talk about a single dish type food in Thailand that most Thai people like to order to eat in rush hour. Even considering all the foods in Thailand, the most popular dishes that fall into this category are still not many. You have your choice from all those fried rice, chicken, pork or beef fried rice with Thai basil (Khao Pad Ga-Prow Gai, Moo, or Nua) dishes etc. And one of those dishes t...