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Thai food recipes by their origin

Pork Liver Stir-Fried With Flowering Chives ; ดอกกุยช่ายผัดตับหมู ; daawk guy chaai phat dtap muu
Traditional Recipes

Pork Liver Stir-Fried With Flowering Chives
(ดอกกุยช่ายผัดตับหมู ; daawk guy chaai phat dtap muu)

A quick and tasty dish from the hot mouth of the dragon with only three ingredients! Flowering Chives, Pork Liver and Garlic.

Flowering Chives are all year round favorites for their mild garlicky flavor, and can be purchased inexpensively at almost any Asian market.

In Thailand we like to fry them with pork, pork liver or shrimp. These flowering chives are actually the unopened bud stems of garlic chives, also known as Chinese chives.

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Grill and BBQ

Chicken Wings in Black Pepper Caramel ปีกไก่พริกไทยดำซอสคาราเมล ; bpeek gai phrik thai dam sauce caramel

Here is a quick, tasty dish that allows me to be genuinely emotional: from the tears I shed each time I chop the mountain of shallots…to my delighted grin when I behold the beautiful, deep amber color flaunted by the chicken after less than 15 minutes of preparation – a hue that one might expect to see only in a gourmet magazine photo…

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Fermented Thai Pork Sausage Recipe
basic Thai cooking techniques

Making Fermented Thai Pork Sausage (แหนมหมู ; naem moo)

Naem is a fermented sausage made with pork, pork skins, cooked sticky rice (glutinous), fresh garlic, salt, sugar and bird’s eye chilies. The sausage is wrapped in banana leaves or synthetic casings, and fermented for 3-5 days at about 30 degrees (C) and 50% humidity. The fermentation process enables the growth of lactic acid bacteria and yeasts, mostly lactobacilli, which accounts for the sourness of the sausage. The salt acts as an inhibitor – preventing the meat from going rotten, allowing the lactic acid bacteria and yeasts to feed on the rice and sugar, and fermenting the meat to perfection.

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Stir-fried crab meat with curry powder and eggs - neuua bpuu phat phohng garee – เนื้อปูผัดผงกะหรี่
Stir Fry

Stir-Fried Crab Meat with Curry Powder and Eggs
(เนื้อปูผัดผงกะหรี่ ; neuua bpuu phat phohng garee)

Most Thai curry dishes call for freshly prepared curry paste that is best used fresh just before cooking.

Here is a delicious and simple exception – Stir-fried crab meat in curry powder, milk and eggs – A popular Thai seafood recipe which is unique in its use of commercially available curry powder.

The dish was first created by Teochew Chinese chefs in the numerous Chinese restaurants in Bangkok who used to cater to the working class of Thai-Chinese immigrates, that came to the Kingdom from the Guangdong province in the southern coast of China.

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