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Abb-Pla

Zone Northern

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Abb-Pla

 

 

Background

Abb-Pla is made from fresh fish slices, mixed with ground Thai herb and ingredients then wrapped in banana leaf. Finally charcoal grilled with light heat until it is cooked.

 

Nutrition facts

Fish meat has rich in high protein and easy to digest. Kaffir lime skin helps to release gas in intestine, reduce flatulence and relieve colic.Turmeric can help boosting the immune system. Lemongrass relieves cough and cold.Garlic is beneficial in enhancing the growth of tissue in our body, strengthening body immune from cancer and containing a strong antioxidant.

 

Ingredients

1 Kg. of fresh fish slices

1 teaspoon of kaffir lime skin, finely chopped

40 grams Thai garlic, peeled

80 grams shallot

80 grams lemongrass

1 teaspoonshrimp paste

1 tablespoonturmeric, finely chopped

15grams bird’s eye chili

1 teaspoon of fish sauce

1 teaspoon of salt

Banana leaf for wrapping

Small bamboo pins

 

 

 

Zone Central

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