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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 ...

Laab Curry  (Nam Phrik Laab)

Laab Curry (Nam Phrik Laab)

“Laab Curry – Nam Phrik Laab” or ” Phrik Laab” is how to bring spices and herbs such as dried chilli, shallots, garlics, galangal, lemon grass, Ma- kaewn, Ma-laeb, Dee Bplee, pepper, coriander seed to shredded, chopped or grounded as desired. Dry or roast all the ingredients before mix them together. Then roast them together again until done for the fragrance and for...

The Facts About Laab

The Facts About Laab

Laab is a verb, meaning finely chopped or minced.  Laab is one of the local foods from the northeast of Thailand (Isaan) and the north of Thailand (including Laos).  Laab is also one of the popular foods that people like to have for parties or festivals like weddings, new home ceremony, Songkran or cremation ceremony, etc. The main ingredients of Laab are fresh meat such as pork, beef, lamb or...