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Tam Thaad (Salad in Tray)

Zone Northeast

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Tam Thaad (Salad in Tray)




Tam Thaad is a papaya salad that has many ingredients presenting in the same tray instead of the dish for more convenient to eat in group and it can also give a feeling of better taste.


Nutrition Facts

Thai papaya salad is a healthy food full with vitamins and minerals from vegetables and seasoning such as papaya has enzymes papain which helps digestive system. Lime juice, tomato, bird chili have highly vitamin that support immune system and make your skin brighter and fresher. Then  there are many benefit from other ingredients on the tray.



100 grams Papaya, thinly sliced

20 grams tomato

10 gramsThai Olive

1 fermented crab

1 tablespoon fish sauce

2 tablespoons fermented fish sauce or Plaraa

1 lime

5grams garlic

5 grams bird’s eye chili

10 grams Thai eggplant


Ingredients on the tray

100 grams boiled shrimp

1 boiled egg

120 grams Fried Northeastern sausage

1/2 cup Vietnamese pork sausage

½ cup fried skin pork

40 grams Thai eggplants


Thai rice noodle

Zone Northeast

KaRi Puff (Chicken curry puff)

    Background Chicken curry puff is an appetizer that is very popular as for local souvenir food and for daily eating and it is the signature of Saraburi province. The original ingredient of Chicken curry puff is curry powder so it is called curry puff but the pronunciation was distorted to “Kari puff” nowadays.   Nutrition Facts Curry powder helps about gas in the body and excretory system. Chicken is full with protein that has many benefits to the body. Vegetable has high vitamin such as onion and potato.   Ingredients for first puff 5cups flour ½ cup lime stone water 100 grams white butter 3 tablespoons sugar ¾ cup salt   Ingredients of second puff 2 cups flour 100 grams white butter   Ingredients of chicken curry 300 grams chopped chicken 200 grams chopped onion 500 grams baked potato 2 tablespoons seasoning sauce 1 teaspoon pepper powder 1 teaspoon curry powder 7 tablespoons sugar 1 ½ teaspoons salt 3 tablespoons butter Water


Zone Northeast

Som Tam Laos (Laos Papaya Salad)

Background Som Tam Laos is a papaya salad adapted from Laos, the menu varies up to each community. The main ingredient is the fermented fish and papaya. The difference named called is to differentiate between Thai and Laos papaya salad.  Formerly is known as “Tam Mak Hung.”   Nutrition Facts Som Tam Laos contains mineral from various vegetables and ingredients. The papaya enzyme, is a useful digestive aid. Lime juice, tomatoes and chilies are high in Vitamin C. Thai garlic help increase the growth of tissue and protein from the fermented fish prevent the formation of Saturated fat or cholesterol.   Ingredients 120 grams cup shredded green papaya 30 grams cherry tomatoes cut in half 10 grams ripe olive 25 grams long bean sliced in small chunks 8 bird eye chilies 5 grams cloves of garlic 1 tablespoon lime juice ½ tablespoon fish sauce 1 tablespoon boiled fermented fish      


Zone Central

Khao Pad Krapow (Fried rice with basil leaves)

Background Khao Pad Krapow is Thai fast food and popular dish because of its taste and simple stir-fry cooking technique. Chili and basil are main ingredients of the dish which make it spicy and distinctive. Khao Pad Krapow is available at road-side stalls and in restaurants. Nutrition facts Essential oil of basil, obtained from its leaves, relive flatulence and has ability to inhibit several species of pathogenic bacteria such as diarrhea. 100 grams of basil leaves have 22 milligrams of vitamin C and contain beta-carotene up to 7,857 micrograms, which maintain good eyesight. Ingredients • 3 cups steamed rice • 300 grams minced pork/chicken/meat • 2 tbsp. roughly chopped garlic • 1-2 tbsp. roughly chopped chili • 60 grams fresh holy basil leaves • 3 tbsp. oil • 2 tbsp. fish sauce • 1 tsp. sugar • 1 tsp. pepper