Clear soup with shredded chicken and rambutan stuffed with pork, shrimp and crab meat (แกงจืดก้อนแก้ว; gaaeng jeuut gaawn gaaeo)

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Thai cuisine is renowned for its embrace of sour and sweet tastes into savory dishes. older Siamese recipes typically exploited fruit, drawing on its natural tones of sweetness and sourness to echo the flavor profile of savory dishes with a splendid freshness, color, and texture. In addition to the taste appeal, this astute use of fruit in cooking was considered luxurious; many of the common fruits we take for granted today were difficult to obtain and worth their weight in gold.

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