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Zone South

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In southern part, people love coconut milk spicy soup but this recipe is sweet by its ingredients such as coconut milk and bamboo shoots, frequently found in rainy season. Adding shrimp really brings out classic taste.  Sometimes add sa-taw or bitter-bean for an interesting mixture.


Nutrition facts

Bamboo shoot is baby bamboo that springs up only in rainy season. It highly contains calcium with sweet flavor. The variety of nutrition such as calcium, phosphorus and fiber encourages the digestive system. Natural sweet comes from coconut milk and bitter bean has high amount of protein as 100 G contains protein 8 G.

Furthermore, having shrimps as a mixture makes this dish full of 5 groups of nutrients and full of flavor. This dish also has high protein that is really good combination with meat and vegetables protein.



200 grams shrimp, peeled

200 grams young bamboo shoots, sliced

80 grams bitter beans

2 cups of coconut milk

10 grams Thai garlic, crushed

A pinch of salt and sugar



Zone Central

Khao-Nieow-Mamuang (Sweet sticky rice with mango)

  Background Khao-Nieow-Mamuang is one of the best signature and popular Thai desserts. It is super tasty and surprisingly simple to make. The sticky rice is mixed with a sweet coconut cream and sugar mixture and topped with sliced ripe mango. The most important thing is to use a sweet and soft ripe mango, the popular mango will be “Namdokmai” or “Okrong” This is a wonderful recipe and authentic-tasting Thai dessert.   Nutrition facts Mango is called as a king of fruit as contains high nutrition for health. The yellow ripe mango has generous amounts of vitamin C and beta-carotene that easy the digestion,keep your immune system healthy and reduce the absorption of sugar from the sweet sticky rice slowly.  Moreover coconut milk boosts vitamin A and E easily to be absorbed to our body. It also contains high level of fat and energy. For 1 portion served: 100 G of sweet sticky rice and ½ ripe mango contain 350 Kcal.   Ingredients 4 cups sticky rice 2 cups coconut cream (scoop from the top of coconut milk ) ¼ cup sugar 2 teaspoon salt Ripe mango;Namdokmai or Okrong    


Zone South


    Background The South part has a huge coastline, fish and seafood are major food of everyday consumption and Pla-Insee-Kem is one kind of food preservation for longer keep. This recipe is delicious by its condiments as mixing shallots, fresh chilies and lime juice together similar to spicy salad flavor.   Nutrition facts Being high in protein and rich in many vitamins and minerals is main benefit of fish. It has all the essential amino acids necessary for the growth and maintenance of our bodies. Eating dried salty fish, we should add spicy flavor with lime juice, chopped shallots and fresh chilies to reduce saltiness. Shallot has the high content of antioxidant compounds and helps prevent from heart diseases, heart attacks and strokes.   Ingredients 100 grams fried salted fish 30 grams shallot, sliced 3 grams bird’s eye chili, chopped 1 tablespoon lemon juice ½ teaspoon sugar    


Zone Northern


    Background Khai – Pam or Ook-Khai is another simple dish made from eggs cooked in banana leaf cups. The eggs can be cooked in banana leaf cups on a charcoal stove without using oil.   Nutrition facts Egg is a very good source of high quality protein, variety of vitamins and minerals such as zinc, iron and copper. Reducing high blood pressure and keeping the immune system healthy are benefits of eggs suitable for vegetarian dietary as well.   Ingredients 5 chicken eggs 2 tablespoons spring onion, thinly sliced 2 tablespoons bell pepper, thinly sliced ½teaspoon of salt