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ตำรับอาหารดั้งเดิม

ม้าอ้วน

ตำรับ “ม้าอ้วน” นอกจากจะเป็นเครื่องว่าง หรือ อาหารเรียกน้ำย่อย (Starter หรือ hors d’oeuvres) ยังจัดเป็นอาหารจานเคียง หรือเครื่องแนม ใช้รับประทานกับอาหารพวกแกงต่าง ๆ ท่านผู้หญิงเปลี่ยน ได้บันทึกตำรับเอาไว้ใน ปริเฉจที่ ๔ ของตำรา”แม่ครัวหัวป่าก์” ของท่าน ลักษณะอาหาร จะเป็นเนื้อหมูสับผสมกับกุ้ง ปรุงรสด้วย รากผักชี กระเทียม พริกไทย เกลือ เคล้าใส่ไข่เป็ด และกะทิเล็กน้อย นำใส่ถ้วยตะไลนึ่งจนสุก

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สูตรอาหารจานหลัก

ผัดขี้เมาปลาหมึกยัดไส้กุ้งเนื้อหมูและแห้ว

This dish can be found both in Thailand’s streets food stalls and in the menus of the high stars restaurants. The spicy stir fried is a perfect choice to the drunken man’s plate, it, with it’s kick, helps the whiskey run down the glass and offers a wicked sauce to accompany the sophisticated squid’s filling made of airy pork married with sweet shrimp. The mixture of pork and shrimp filling maintains moist and tender texture which is further enhanced by the surprise crunch from water chestnuts.

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ตำรับอาหารดั้งเดิม

ปลาดุกทอดกรอบผัดกระชายพริกไทยอ่อน

This Thai spicy catfish recipe gives catfish a new and fabulous spin. You can either use farmed or game fish with the same phenomenal results. The intensity of the wild ginger combined with aromatic fresh peppercorn will turn even muddy flavor fish into a delicacy.

Slice the fish are first, then role it in flour and deep-fry it to a crispy crunch. Quickly stir-fry the crispy fish with wild ginger and the peppercorns releasing their aromatic oils, creating wonderful flavors. While seasoning with light soy sauce and oyster sauce, our fish is now regaining heavenly moisture without losing its tempting crispiness.

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สูตรแกงไทย

ข้าวซอยไก่

This dish (Khao Soi Recipe) takes us back in time to the mid-19th century. The trade caravans were trailing the jungles of northern Thailand along the ancient routes between India and China. Those long caravans were carrying wealth of exotic goods, leaving rich aroma of spices and the sweet scent of opium as they passed.

The men on this long line of between fifty and one hundred mules would be Yunnanese Muslim Chinese, who dominated the trade routes and began to settle in Chiang Mai and the main towns of north Thailand at that time.

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ตำรับอาหารดั้งเดิม

ปลาหมึกผัดไข่เค็ม

In this straightforward and rewarding stir-fried dish, I am using boiled salted duck egg, available from Asian markets, as my flavoring assistant. During stir-frying, the egg yolk dissolves to a velvety sauce that softly coats the squids, and complimenting their ocean’s flavor. The alternate reds and greens strips of the vegetables emerged from the buttery yellow sauce are tempting for a taste.

The original version uses three egg yolks – a bit too much for a health conscious person like me. Therefore, I am using only one whole egg, both the egg white and the egg yolk. I tune down the white’s sharp saltiness with an additional portion of sugar, and compensate for the color lost by adding a spoon of commercial chili sauce to improve. The resulting is a well-balanced dish with the right texture that stands up in this healthy version against its original with a winning smile….

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สูตรอาหารจานหลัก

สูตรทำไข่พะโล้หมูสามชั้นเห็ดหอม

This is an aromatic stew that leans into the sweet spectrum of the palate. An all-time Thai favorite, moo palo was introduced locally by the Chinese-Cantonese and Tae Chiew immigrants who flocked to the Kingdom in the early nineteenth century.
The name of this dish originates from two Chinese words: pah ziah and lou.

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