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Kang Liang Goong Sod (แกงเลียงกุ้งสด - Thai Spicy Mixed Vegetable Soup with Prawns)

350 grams prawns, cleaned, shelled, and deveined

1 cup babycorn, sliced

1 cup any fresh vegetables, cut into well pieces

1/2 cup sweet basil leaves

4 cups vegetable stock or water

Coconut Juice (น้ำมะพร้าว)

Cold coconut juice on a hot summer day is so refreshing. The young coconut is green outside and have soft white coconut inside. After you drink the juice, the bonus is the young coconut meat inside.

In Thailand, pregnant moms are encouraged to drink young coconut juice to make their baby's skin be soft and beautiful.
1 Servings

Flavoring :
- from lemon grass 3.
- fragrant screw pine leaves 3 leaves.

How to do:
Clear lemon grass to break clean enough different sectional split. 
Fragrant screw pine leaves wash to clean maul split roasted sore enough to put boiled 5 minutes.

Distend the stomach to be bloated tight fix have colic.Also diuretic for those with symptoms have suppression of urine.
Even less with any limb swelling. Lemon grass oil has effect kill fungi and bacteria.
Helps tract and upper respiratory tract clean. To prevent cold.



Panang Curry

Panang Curry is a popular favorite at many Thai restaurants. It is usually made with beef, but either chicken or pork can be substituted. Thai curries are typically a meal in themselves, but it is not uncommon to eat curry alongside your other favorite Thai dishes.

Top 10 Thai Food

I spent most of the day at the Book Fair at Queen Sirikit Convention Hall. The big fairs are usually during the school holidays in April and October. I used to comment that Thai people don't like reading much (apart from cartoon books), but every year more and more people go to these book fairs. Today was packed and I could hardly move. I bought quite a few books that I will share with you later, but first I want to show you this book which is all about the Top 10 of Thai Food! Obviously one of my favourite subjects. As you can see, the book is in Thai. I think I already have the best of the cookery books in English. Most of them are quite limited and repeat themselves a lot. So, that is why today I was browsing through the cook books written by Thai people. A better selection for sure. I bought half a dozen cook books which will help me a lot identifying the ingredients of street food that I have already photographed. I could blog about Thai food every day, I am just lacking the information sometimes.

Anyway, according to this book, the following is the Top 10 list of Thai Food:

  1. Hot and sour soup with shrimp
  2. Green curry with chicken
  3. Fried Noodles
  4. Pork fried in basil
  5. Red curry with roast duck
  6. Coconut soup with chicken
  7. Thai style salad with beef
  8. Satay pork
  9. Fried chicken with cashew
  10. Panang curry

Rice & Thai Culture

Thais have cultivated rice for a long time and have improved it continuously.  In the past, Thais had "Pin-Thong" rice, a Thai rice's species and the best species of the world, but now it has become extinct.  Currently, Thais have Jasmine rice which is well-known around the world.



Moo Dad Deow (Fried Dried Pork,Pork One Day In The Sun - หมูแดดเดียว)

Moo Dad Deow (หมูแดดเดียว - Fried Dried Pork,Pork One Day In The Sun)

Recipe click the link below

Miang Kum (เมี่ยงคำ)

Miang Kum (เมี่ยงคำ)

Miang Kum is an appetizer of sorts. It is commonly enjoyed as a snack, or as a complement to beer. (Any beverage will do). Miang Kum is normally served on a large platter, with several items, all separated. Basically, one would start with a leaf of spinach or other leafy vegetable, pinch it so that it forms into a small spoon-like shape. Then you would add it shredded dry coconut, red onion, diced lime, peanuts, dry shrimp and maybe a pick kee noo or two. (Pick Kee Noo are those amazing spicy little Thai chilies.) Finally, add in a dollop of sweet sauce and voila! Enjoy.

"Yum Talay" - Seafood Salad

It says salad, but note that most Thai salads don't have a lot of vegetables!
This particular dish is easy to prepare and can be served as either an appetizer, or as part of the main course. It is normally prepared spicy, however you may feel the need to decrease the amount of chili that you use during preparation.

Thai Hawker Food

The humble hawker is a traditional and characteristic figure all over Thailand, offering home-made specialities at prices below those in air-conditioned dining halls and major restaurants.


The hawker may be stationary during the course of his serving hours or he may ramble along, pushing his cart or shouldering his baskets of paraphemalia. He may also be hawking his wares in a sole basket rested on a shoulder, or he may look as if he is moving house.




"Yum Hoi Mang Pu" - Thai Mussel Salad

Yum is Thai for "Spicy Salad" (roughly translated). Yum usually consists of a type of meat or seafood, and basically fish sauce, lemon juice and chili. This particular variation is prepared with mussel meat. Thai people usually eat yum-type dishes as an appetizer or snack. But it is not uncommon to have Yum as a part of your main meal.
This recipe serves four.

"Goong Gah Tee-em" (Garlic Shrimp)

Goong Gah Tee-em is a fairly basic dish. It is easy to prepare, and almost always comes out delicious, no matter who cooks it! This dish is usually served with rice. It is not a meal in itself per say, but it is normally served as part of a typical Thai meal, alongside several other dishes.


"Miang Kum"

Miang Kum is an appetizer of sorts. It is commonly enjoyed as a snack, or as a complement to beer. (Any beverage will do). Miang Kum is normally served on a large platter, with several items, all separated. Basically, one would start with a leaf of spinach or other leafy vegetable, pinch it so that it forms into a small spoon-like shape. Then you would add it shredded dry coconut, red onion, diced lime, peanuts, dry shrimp and maybe a pick kee noo or two. (Pick Kee Noo are those amazing spicy little Thai chilies.) Finally, add in a dollop of sweet sauce and voila! Enjoy.


Thai Recipe Ingredients

* 200 grams pork liver (or beef liver)

* 1 tablespoon ground roasted sticky rice

* 1 tablespoon ground chili

* 2 tablespoons lime juice

* 1 tablespoon fish sauce

* 1 tablespoon chopped scallion

* 1/2 cup mint leaves

* 4 shallots, thinly sliced

AC.SOMthai recipe : thai spicy liver salad, ตับหวาน


Thai Recipe Ingredients

* 6 chicken or duck eggs, boiled and shelled

* 3/4 cup tamarind juice

* 1/4 cup palm sugar (or brown sugar)

* 1/4 cup fish sauce

* 1/4 cup of cooking oil

* 10-15 shallots, sliced thinly

* coriander leaves (for garnishing)

thai recipe : fried egg
Lemon squid salad (ปลาหมึกนึ่งมะนาว)

Ingredients :
1 lb of clean squid
1 red pepper; seedless and sliced
4 lettuce leaves
For the dressing:
1/2 cup of lemon juice
tbsp of sugar
tbsp of fish sauce
2 minced lemon stems
4 minced chives
tbsp of fresh minced mint leaves
Preparation :
Pour water in a pot and bring to the boil over strong flame. Meanwhile, slice the squid and cook them for 2 minutes.
Or until they are nearly cooked (do not overcook them), strain them and place them in a bowl.
To prepare the dressing: place all the ingredients in a jar, cover it and shake to mix it well. Pour the dressing on the squid and take them to the fridge for at least an hour or until you are ready to serve.
Then, spread the salad on a dish over the lettuce leaves and sprinkle the chili on top. If you need a more substantial dish serve it with white rice.

Enjoy your meal!

Thai Food in the Central Region


The Thai in the central plain prefer food with smooth and lasting taste with a touch of sweetness. The way the food is served is an art in itself. The dinning table is often decorated with carved vegetable and fruit. Cuisine of the central plain sometimes combines the best of the foods from various regions.

Rice is strictly the staple food for every family in the central region. There are on the average three to five dishes to go with rice. Typical are soup, gang some(chili vegetable soup), gang phed (Thai red curry), tom yam (spiced soup) and so on. Chili fried meat dishes are for instances, pad phed, panaeng, masaman, fried ginger and green pepper, Thai salads or yam are yam tua pu, salad with sliced roasted beef. Dishes that regular feature fin a Thai meal of the central region are begetable, namprik (chili sauce), platoo (local herring), and perhaps omelette (Thai style), fried beef of roasted pork. On the whole Thai meal should meet protein and vitamin requirements with plenty to spare.

Moo Satay Jae Aeng


Satay in Thailand and especially in Bangkok is charcoal-grilled meat on a stick eaten with peanut-based sauce and a spicy vinegar-based condiment. The main ingredient is usually pork, although sometimes liver is used. While considered an appetiser, satay can become almost a meal if you order a complement of grilled bread, which goes very well with the peanut sauce. One thing I've noticed, however, is that all too often satay in Bangkok contains rather thin pork pieces, sometimes so thin that a mere 3 baht per satay stick is expensive.

Chicken Rice Curry With Coconut ( Koa Mook Gai - ข้าวหมกไก่)

This curry comes from the Muslim area of Thailand, the south, near the border with Malaysia. It is a chicken curry, made with rice and coconut milk, served with a spicy ginger side sauce. Imagine Paella crossed with Thai spices and that is very close to the style of this dish.

Thai main food in Thailand is rice.

Everyone has eaten it  since they were born. But we can't really eat rice alone so we have to have something to go with it. There are many dishes of food to go with rice. Most of them are hot and spicy and that is what Thai food is famous for.
Stir-fried Assparagus with Shrimp(Pad Nor Mai Farang-ผัดหน่อไม้ฝรั่ง)

If you want to know how to do it just click the link below!

Jackfruit's seed in syrup (Med Khanoon-เม็ดขนุน)

Med Khanoon (Jackfruit's seed in syrup) is an ancient and well-known Thai dessert which is served to monks in ritual ceremonies or general ceremonies. In those days, jackfruit's seed was used as the main ingredient when making Med Khanoon. It was cooked and grounded. Stir and form to resemble jackfruit's seed. Therefore, it was called Med Khanoon. In these days, taro, breadfruit, and mungbean are used instead.


Sausage Salad in Banana Flower

Wanna know how to do it? Click the link below

"Yum Hoi Mang Pu" - Thai Mussel Salad

Yum is Thai for "Spicy Salad" (roughly translated). Yum usually consists of a type of meat or seafood, and basically fish sauce, lemon juice and chili. This particular variation is prepared with mussel meat. Thai people usually eat yum-type dishes as an appetizer or snack. But it is not uncommon to have Yum as a part of your main meal.

This recipe serves four.

"Lahb Gai" (Spicy Chicken Salad)

Lahb Gai is a popular Thai salad dish that originated from the eastern part of Thailand, or E-Sarn Province. E-Sarn food is typically spicy and full of robust flavor. This particular dish can be eaten alone or with rice. It is traditionally served with sticky rice, typical of E-Sarn food.

Papaya Salad som tam ส้มตำ

One of my favourite meals, which is definately in my Top 10, is Som Tam, otherwise known as Papaya Salad.

"Khao Soy" (Chiang Mai Noodles)


This is the fettuccini Alfredo of Thailand!
It consists of a creamy curry sauce that is served over egg noodles. This particular dish is named after the Northern Thai city from which it was created: Chiang Mai.

Coconut cream and Coconut milk


A good practice for the enthusiastic Thai food lover is to use freshly squeezed coconut cream when possible. The taste and depth of flavors will overcome any dish created with canned cream. Squeezing your own cream is very simple.

Select a coconut that feels heavy to its size. That is a sign the there more flesh inside and it would yield more cream.

Thai Omelette (Kai Jeow)

Kai Jeow

Say hello to the ultimate Thai comfort food - a simple fried omelette, Kai Jeow, served with Sriracha, the 'real' one ;) .  A classic go-to  dish, so under-rated, so obscure (on the international Thai food scene), so simply delicious.

Basil Pork Stir-Fry

If you're a fan of authentic Thai street food, you must try this wonderful Thai Basil Pork Stir Fry. It's classic Thai at its tastiest. Usually this dish is made with ground pork, but nearly any type of pork or chicken can be used (for my recipe, I used pork loin cut into thin strips). There are two keys to this dish: first, make sure you use enough basil, and second, get yourself this secret Thai ingredient: Golden Mountain Sauce (see more on this sauce below recipe). ENJOY!

Thai Vegetable Stir Fry

This Thai Vegetable Stir-Fry is easy to make and very flavorful! The stir-fry sauce is what makes this dish sing - a combination of coconut milk, soy sauce, lime, and chili. The recipe is also quite flexible, allowing you to add your own choice of vegetables depending on what you have on hand, or what is readily available where you live. Add a final topping of fresh basil and chili, and you have an authentic Thai vegan dish that's gourmet good and nutritionally balanced. (Note: cubes of fresh or fried tofu, OR strips of chicken can be added to make this a main-course dish.) ENJOY!

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Yield: SERVES 3-4 (with rice/noodles)

Beautiful Thai Chicken Coconut Curry with Sweet Potato

This sumptuous Coconut Curry Chicken recipe is cooked entirely from scratch, yet is very easy to make. It comes paired with sweet potato or yam for just a touch of sweetness in an otherwise savory Thai curry. You won't find any curry powder in this recipe - that's because I'm using the original spices that go into curry powder (without the other additives you'll find in most commercial brands). And there's no need to make a separate curry paste either - the sauce is cooked up right in the pan for an easy, everyday curry perfect for both family and guests alike. ENJOY!

Prep Time: 12 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 42 minutes

Yield: SERVES 4-5 with rice

Roti is a wheat flour pan-fried bread with Muslim origins. In Thailand, roti bread is similar to India's flat bread maida paratha and Malaysia's roti canai. It is most popularly served as a snack topped with sweetened condensed milk, white sugar and banana or even chocolate. In the South it is also served alongside curry, especially for breakfast. It is difficult to get the technique down, but the main objective is to get the dough as thin as possible.

Are Thai Desserts really Thai ?

Thai Dessert

Looking back at Thailand's history much of this can be explained by Portuguese traders and missionaries who visited Thailand in the 16th century. In fact, the Portuguese were the first Europeans to visit Thailand. A walk through the streets of  Phuket old town where tourists flock to admire the beautiful Sino-Portugese architecture is a big clue to just how important the Portuguese influence is. Here I will focus on how the Portuguese have shaped Thai desserts, for influences on the rest of Thai cuisine you will have to stay posted !

Marie Guimar

The most important person in the history of Thai dessert was Marie Guimar, a woman of mixed race descent, born in Ayutthaya 1664. Her father was Portuguese (from Portuguese Goa) and her mother was Japanese (who migrated to Thailand due to the repression of Christianity in Japan).

World's 50 most delicious foods

Massman curry

1. Massaman curry, Thailand

Emphatically the king of curries, and perhaps the king of all foods. Spicy, coconutty, sweet and savory, its combination of flavors has more personality than a Thai election.

Even the packet sauce you buy from the supermarket can make the most delinquent of cooks look like a Michelin potential. Thankfully, someone invented rice, with which diners can mop up the last drizzles of curry sauce.

"The Land of Smiles" isn't just a marketing catch-line. It's a result of being born in a land where the world's most delicious food is sold on nearly every street corner.

2-50 you can find here

Eating & Ordering Thai Food

Eating & Ordering Thai Food

    Thai food is eaten with a fork and spoon. Even single dish meals such as fried rice with pork, or steamed rice topped with roasted duck, are served in bite-sized slices or chunks obviating the need for a knife. The spoon is used to convey food to the mouth. Ideally, eating Thai food is a communal affair involving two or more people, principally because the greater the number of diners the greater the number of dishes ordered. 

้How to make Crab Fried Rice.

Crab Fried Rice.

Food - How to make fried rice, crab simple. With food and raw materials readily available.

Crab Fried Rice How to Make it Easy. With food and raw materials readily available. 
Last Modified On: Tuesday, 10/March/2009 01:02:05 am.

เครื่องปรุงข้าวผัดปู ข้าวสวย เนื้อปูกระป๋อง หัวหอมใหญ่ กระเทียม ต้นหอม ซีอิ้วขาว น้ำมันหอย น้ำตาลทราย น้ำมันพืชGarnish. 
5 cups cooked rice. 
2 cans of canned crab meat. 
2 large cloves of garlic cloves. 
Onion 1 / 4 head. 
The onion 3. 
4 tablespoons oyster sauce. 
Soya sauce (or fish sauce) 2 tbsp. 
1 tablespoon sugar. 
2 tablespoons vegetable oil. 
Eggs 3 eggs. 

Side dishes 
Tomatoes, 1 goal. 
Lemon juice 1 goal. 
An early lettuce.


Have you ever try?

Boil a large pot of water. Stuff the body of the chicken with scallion and ginger. Add chicken to boiling water, breast side-down. Lower the heat to a simmer just under boiling point and cook, covered until just cooked through, about 40 minutes. Bathe the chiken in an ice water bath till chicken is cold to create a nice texture. Heat oil in a rice cooker, add garlic, stir fry till fragrant. Add uncookded rice, stir fry for two minutes, add salt and enough chicken soup to cover 1/2 inch above the top of the rice. Boil on high heat, lower heat when steam holes form, cover and steam for 30 minutes till rice is cooked. Chop chicken and serve with steaming hot rice and chili sauce. Dark soy sauce is the ideal accompaniment.

Thai Food Glossary

Thai food is one of the most tasteful food in the world and you may wonder what are some of those flavorful food. So the following are some of the most popular Thai food.  This is really helpful for those who want to taste Thai food but don't know how to say. Anyway here you go!!!

Thai Soup menus (súp) ซุป

Mild soup with vegetables & pork (kaeng jèut) แกงจืด

Mild soup with vegetables, pork & bean curd (kaeng jèut tâo-hûu) แกงจืดเต้าหู้

Soup with chicken, galanga root & coconut (tôm khàa kài) ต้มข่าไก่

Prawn & lemon grass soup with mushrooms (tôm yum goong) ต้มยำกุ้ง

Fish -ball soup (kaeng jèut lûuk chín) แกงจืดลูกชิ้น

Rice soup with fish / chicken / shrimp (khâo tôm plaa / kài / kûng) ข้าวต้มปลา / ไก่ / กุ้ง



  • メニュー豊富なタイ料理はもちろん、和食や各国料理店が充実。1食あたりの料金も和食レストランの昼定食で180バーツ(約500円)程度と、安価です。
  • 野菜や果物、肉類などほとんどの生鮮がタイ国産で、市場では珍しいものや新鮮なものが大変安く手に入ります。日本の野菜も生産されており、こちらはスーパーマーケットなどで購入が可能。
  • タイのお米は日本のものと異なりますが、北部では日本米も栽培されており、日本食材店などで取り扱われています。


Garnish Ingredients.

Thai Food: Curry.

*. chili curry. 1 / 4 cup.

* 350 grams chicken (cut into small bite).

* Coconut milk 1 1 / 4 cup.

* Basil leaves 1 / 4 cup.

* 2 or eggplants (cut into small pieces).

* Ngmu chicken soup 1 / 2 cup.

* Coconut 2 tablespoons sugar (or regular sugar).

* Fish sauce 3 tbsp.

* Red chili 2 tablets (oblique cut).

* 4 kaffir lime leaves.


Thai Basil Leaves

Horapha, kaphrao, maenglak are varieties of sweet basil. Horapha seems to be the nearest to the sweet basil used in European tomato dishes and Italian pesto. Horapha is used here as a vegetable and for flavouring. Fresh leaves are narrower and often tinged with reddish purple.


Tiger's herb 1 kg.
Granulated sugar 750 grams.
Salt 1 tsp.
5 liters of water (20 Tgwitwg).


Everything blended together set fire to be left cold.
Remove filter waste out 1-2 times.
Immersion in the refrigerator to drink every day

Have a nice day :D


Nam Phrik


All Thais love Nam phrik or chilli dip. With variations, it is eaten in every area and every house as it is the tastiest and least expensive accompaniment to a Thai rice meal. 




タイを味わおう! カレー



Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok will be hosting the 12th Annual World Gourmet Festival at the hotel from September 5 to 11, 2011.

Since its inception, the festival has grown in prominence to feature an extraordinary lineup of some of the best chefs from across the globe. Gourmet festivals exist throughout the world, but only Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok brings award-winning master chefs under one roof for a week-long celebration of outstanding food and superb wines.

Bangkok Street Food: Noodles


  There are many food stalls on the streets in Bangkok. It can sometimes irritate the foreigners. However, you can also find many different types of food. Street food are cheap and delicious, no wonder why there are a lot of them. So if you are interested in tasting these food, then go and taste by yourself. 
  Today I'm going to recommend you one of the most common street food in Thailand "Noodles". There are many kind of noodles, so to know the name and how to order will be more convenient. 

How to make Som tam Thai

 If i talk about Som tam Thai. I am sure. Everyone must know or eaten  before. Well, Today i will teach you. How to make Som tam Thai. It's kind of simple. How to do. Let's start now.

Salad ingredients.

- garlic

- grainhot pepper 7

-  sauce 3 Ch.t.

- 1 teaspoon dried Ch.t

- The tree dried Ch.t.

- Eggplant, black, 3.

- Vegetables, beans, Length 1 line.

- Lemon juice 1/2 balls.

- Peanuts 4 Ch.t.

- Tamarind 100 gm.

- Water 3/4 T.t.

- The 220 grams of sugar a year.

- Good fish sauce 1/2 T.t.

How to do it.

- Pound chilli and garlic is crushed.

- Add beans, tomato, papaya, dried shrimp, pounded it a little bruised.

- Enter your favorite sauce. And sour flavor with littel lemon juice, Serve with fresh vegetables such as cabbage, beans, morning glory, Thaiand.

AC. Som somtam.jpeg


Tom Yum Kung


The first thing that comes to everybody's mind when talking about Thai food must be Tom Yum Kung.

It is one of the most flavorful dishes in the world.  Frankly, I think you need to get to taste it! 

I can make sure now that you won't be disappointed!

Tom Yum is a kind of spicy hot sour soup with a mix of vegetables like lemongrass, mushroom, galangal, kaffier lime leaves, chilli and tomatoes.