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Another traditional dipping sauce or nam-prik of local people in Northern Thailand is Nam-Prik-Ta-Daeng. It is popular mixing with roasted fermented soy bean sheets ( tauhoo-nao ) to make it creamy and tasty. Nowadays tauhoo-nao is rarely to find, however eating with sticky rice and fresh vegetable is really a good combination and delicious.


Nutrition facts

Garlic in nam-prik-ta-daeng is necessary for the growth of body tissue and strengthens body immune from cancer. Shallot is well-known for a high antioxidant which can protect against strokes and heart diseases.

Also dried chilies in nam-prik is beneficial in building up the appetite, clear mucus from your stuffed nose or congested lungs, stimulate the kidneys to produce more urine and relieve your uncomfortable bloat.



½ cup dried chili

60 grams garlic

60 grams shallot

1 tablespoon shrimp paste

2 cup dried fish

4 tablespoons palm sugar

¼ cup fish sauce

¼ cup tamarind, seedless and chopped




Zone Central


  Background Nam-prik-long-rua is originally served in the palace kitchen by HRH Queen SadubLadawan, she was the first person who created the recipe of Nam-prik-long-rua. She was a person who took care of all meals for Princess, in one day while she was searching for the ingredients in the kitchen of the boat she found just only a leftover of some Nam-prik-ka-pi and other condiments, for example, Sweet pork ( Moo Waan ), Pladuk Fu (Crispy catfish) and red salted eggs that were already cooked. She fried them all together. Finally Princess was satisfied with that dish and it became a popular dish from short time preparing.   Nutritions facts Nam-prik-long-rua is extraordinary by its ingredients as having 5 groups of nutrients and full of flavor. This dish has various tastes such as salty, spicy and sour from nam-prik, sweet from moo-waan and pla-duk-fu is crispy and crunchy also high in protein that is really good combination with vitamins in fresh vegetables.   Ingredients 2 cup of steamed rice 3 tablespoons nam-prik-ka-pi 3 tablespoons sweet pork (moo-waan) 1 red salted egg 2 tablespoon crispy catfish, chopped 1 tablespoon pickled garlic, sliced Fresh variety of vegetables such as white turmeric, winged bean and cucumber    


Zone Central

Suki-Yaki-Haeng (Stir fried Thai sukiyaki)

    Background Suki-Yaki is originated from Japanese cuisine which means to roast or BBQ in a hot pan. However, Thailand’s Sukiyaki was influenced by Chinese as main red sauce ingredients was made from pickled bean curd( Tao-hoo-yee ). Normally we will mix all ingredients such as vegetables or variety of meat in a big hot pot but nowadays it is transformed to be a quick single dish by stir-fried glass vermicelli, meat, egg and sukiyaki sauce.   Nutrition facts It is rich in protein from variety of meat like pork, beef and seafood. This recipe also contains many vitamins, minerals and fiber from lettuce and morning glory.   Sukiyaki sauce made from pickled bean curd and likewise soybean which is well-known as high source of minerals, iron and potassium. These can strengthen bones and enhances blood circulation.  We can say that this menu contains 5 major food groups.   Sukiyaki sauce ingredients 1 clot pickled bean curd 2 tablespoons chopped pickled garlic with juice 1 tablespoon palm sugar 1 tablespoon vinegar 1 tablespoon smashed toasted white sesame 1 tablespoon sesame oil 2 pieces chopped dried roasted chili 2 tablespoon water Mix all ingredients in order to make Sukiyaki sauce   Ingredients 80 grams glass vermicelli, already soak in water 50 grams sliced beef or pork 50 grams sliced chicken 50 grams seafood combination such as shrimp and squid 50 gramsChinese cabbage, sliced 50 grams morning glory, cut into 1 inch size 20 gramsChinese celery, cut into 1 inch size 2 chicken eggs ½ cup suki-yaki sauce 2 tablespoons vegetable oil for stir-fried 2 cloves Thai garlic, crushed      


Zone Central

Nam Prik Ma Kham (Chili sauce with tamarind)

Background Nam Prik Ma Kham is a house hold Thai food, available nearly everywhere. It is made from young tamarind, shrimp paste, chilies, garlic and minced pork. The chili sauce should be sour first, then salty and sweet. The dish is served with vegetables.   Nutrition facts Tamarind is high in vitamin C. 100 grams of tamarind provide 44 milligrams of vitamin C and 429 milligrams of calcium, that can help to reduce body temperature and strengthen our bones.   Ingredients 80 grams young tamarind 20 grams dried shrimp, finely pounded 1 tablespoon shrimp paste, grilled 3 grams garlic 5 grams chili, mix of red and green chilies 2 tablespoon fish sauce 2 tablespoon palm sugar