King Chulalongkorn’s travels and culinary collections from Java

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King Rama V made three trips to Java in 1871, 1896, and 1901, where local rulers and Dutch officials welcomed him warmly. As a result of these visits, Javanese food was introduced to the Siamese aristocracy’s awareness and taste. In this series of recipes and articles, we will trace the origins and recreate these dishes based on manuscripts and cookbooks written by several individuals who had a first-hand account of King Chulalongkorn’s travels and were known for their culinary skills.

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