Moo ping

Moo Ping (Thai Grilled Pork)

Ingredients 450 grams pork, slice into thin and long strips 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 tablespoon coconut milk 1 tablespoon fish sauce 1 package bamboo skewer Preparations 1. Marinade all ingredients together about 2-6 hours before grilling (depending on how much time you have, longer marinade time will make the pork more aromatic and delicious). 2. When the pork is ready, thread a skewer through the pork. Grill the pork until it is well done. While barbequing, brush pork…

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Dragonfruit Chiyai market

pitaya fruit or dragon fruit

pitaya fruit or dragon fruit  A pitaya ( /pɨˈtaɪ.ə/) or pitahaya (/ˌpɪtəˈhaɪ.ə/) is the fruit of several cactus species, most importantly of the genus Hylocereus (sweet pitayas). These fruits are commonly known as dragon fruit – cf. Chinese huǒ lóng guǒ (火龍果/火龙果) “fire dragon fruit” and lóng zhū guǒ, “dragon pearl fruit”, Vietnamese thanh long meaning “blue dragon”, Indonesian and Malaysian buah naga, “dragon fruit”, Lao mark mang gohn (ໝາກມັງກອນ) for “dragon fruit”, and Thai kaeo mangkon (Thai: แก้วมังกร) “dragon crystal”. Other vernacular names are…

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Omelete in clear soup (Kaeng Jeut Khai Jiao – แกงจืดไข่เจียว)

Thai food omelet recipe : Do you know the omelet, omelet can be used to make soup. And is very easy. Try doing it yourself  from original recipes below. Ingredients : 3-4 eggs 1-2 lettuce plants 1 tsp dried salted vegetable 1 coriander plant 1 tsp chopped garlic 1/2 tsp ground pepper 2-3 tbsp fish sauce 5 cups soup stock or water 4 tbsp cooking oil Method : 1. Bring the stock to a boil. If you wish to add pork, drop small lumps of the…

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Coriander (ผักชี)

The leaves and seeds of the coriander plant are one of the most essential in Thai cooking. The root is also used, often pounded with garlic and other ingredients, to make a marinade. It is widely used as topping of many thai recipes such as Fried Fish with Tamarind Sauce [ปลาราดพริก], Thai Steamed Curried Fish [ห่อหมกปลา], etc. All parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are the parts most commonly used in cooking. Coriander is common in South Asian, Middle Eastern, Central…

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Thai pineapple chicken curry

Recipe by: NELLYDESIGN This is a quick, easy and authentic Thai curry that’s sweet and very spicy. I became addicted to the dish at a local restaurant and then worked to duplicate it at home. I think I’ve got the taste and presentation pegged. I’m estimating on the amounts since I don’t measure much when I cook. Feel free to adjust to taste. Ingredients : Serves: 6 385g uncooked jasmine rice 1L water 4 tablespoons red curry paste 2 (400g) tins coconut milk 2 skinless, boneless chicken breast fillets -…

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Pork Steamed Rice Parcels | Koaw Griep Pag Mor-ข้าวเกรียบปากหม้อ

These parcels are made from fried pork and herbs, wrapped in a pastry made from steamed rice flour and starch and served with a sweet and sour sauce. The pastry is cooked separately from the filling and it’s very different from the cooking methods you may be use to. The actual pastry mix is liquid when uncooked. In order to cook it, you need to tie a cheese cloth or clean handkerchief tightly stretched over the top of a pan of water. The pan is…

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Slow Cooked Pork Ribs & Pineapple (Mu Op Sapparod-หมูอบสัปรด)

A wonderful dish of slow cooked pork ribs in a pineapple & wine sauce. The pineapple does more than flavour this dish, the acidity of the pineapple softens the ribs as they cook, so the meat practically falls off the bone. Mirin sake is a brand of japanese spirit, if you can’t get hold of it, use white wine. Ingregdients   300 gms Pineapple 500 gms Pork Ribs 3 Tablespoons Oil 2 Tablespoons Light Soy Sauce 2 Tablespoons Oyster Sauce 3 Tablespoons White Wine Or Mirin Sake 2 Tablespoons Sugar 2 Tablespoons Ketchup 600 ml Water  …

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What to Eat at Pok Pok Ny

It’s been touch and go, but the latest word is that Andy Ricker’s full sit-down northern Thai restaurant, Pok Pok Ny, will open Wednesday. We’ve gotten a look at the menu, and this place seems poised to rock the city’s Thai-food scene, with specialties not found elsewhere in the five boroughs. There’s a pork-bone soup with smoked frog legs; the herbal salad yam samun phrai, teeming with unusual things like sawtooth, parsnip, and white turmeric — not to mention cashews and dried shrimp; plus a…

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Spicy Salmon Salad, Thai Style(LAP SALMON-ลาบแซลม่อน)

Ingredients : Grilled salmon 1.5 lbs. Shallots, peeled and sliced thin 1 cup Onion, sliced thin 2 tbsp. Mint leaves 1/2 cup Toasted raw rice kernels, ground 3 – 4 tbsp. Red chili powder 1 – 2 tbsp. Fish sauce 1/4 cup Fresh lime juice 1/3 cup Red spur chili peppers, sliced 2 tbsp. Chopped fresh galangal (optional) 3 tbsp. (4 servings) Method : 1. Baste the pieces of salmon lightly with vegetable oil and grill until cooked. Take off heat and let cool. 2. With a fork break salmon pieces into…

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About Thailand

Throughout its 800-year history, Thailand can boast the distinction of being the only country in Southeast Asia never to have been colonized. Its history is divided into five major periods Nanchao Period (650-1250 A.D.)  The Thai people founded their kingdom in the southern part of China, which is Yunnan, Kwangsi and Canton today. A great number of people migrated south as far as the Chao Phraya Basin and settled down over the Central Plain under the sovereignty of the Khmer Empire, whose culture they probably accepted. The…

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