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Zone South

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Having some sweet food among all spicy foods can balance the food consumption among southern people whose local taste is mostly spicy. There are plenty of Pla-O or mackerel, so stewed mackerel in sweet soup for this recipe is based on sweet taste, stewed and seasoned with sugar and black soy sauce.


Nutrition facts

Pla-O is one kind of mackerels that has red meat, always made canned fish as having stable texture.  We can gain Omega 3 fat from mackerel which is at the high level of sea fish. The health benefits of good fats mainly to provide oxygen to organ systems for red blood cell production.



300 gramsPla-O, steak cut

10 grams garlic, crushed

20grams shallots, crushed

30 gramslemongrass stalk, crushed

2 cups water

3 tablespoons coconut sugar

2 teaspoonsdark soy sauce

1 teaspoon salt



Zone Northern


    Background Tam Som-O or Tam-Baa-O is the mixture of pomelo and spicy ingredients in northern style.Furthermore for a tasty flavor, we will add crab sauce or nampu as a condiment.   Nutrition facts Pomelo is considered as a citrus fruit highly recommended as a great source of Vitamin C. In additional it is well-known for detoxification. Consuming pomelo daily can help fight with cancer.Another ingredient is round eggplant, it is a great source for a dietary fiber that keeps the digestive system functioning at a high level. Fiber is essential for gastrointestinal health as well as for the regular movement of the bowels.   Ingredients 200 gramspomelo or grapefruit 5 grams bird’s eye chili 5 grams Thai garlic,peeled 40 gramsround eggplant, thinly sliced 2 tablespoon lemongrass, thinly sliced 1 tablespoon palm sugar 2 tablespoon boiled fermented fish ( namplaraa ) ½ teaspoon crab sauce or nampu      


Zone South


Background Kaeng-Ped or red curry is one of the most popular recipes of Thai food with various ingredients such as green vegetables, meat, chicken and shrimp. Kaeng-Ped-Hed-Kraeng is one of the local and simple recipes that cooked with hed-kraeng (Log mushroom), coconut milk and shrimp. There are found in rainy season and mostly grow up at the cut rubber log.   Nutrition facts Hed-kraeng is local mushroom that is only found in Southern part. It looks like a fan with tiny size, no stalk, similar shape to cockle. It can last long for many days but needs to soak in water before cook. It has crunchy taste and well combined with coconut milk soup. It highly contains carbohydrate and protein for anti-virus.   Ingredients 150 gramshed-kraeng 150 grams shrimp, peeled 1 cup coconut cream 2 tablespoons southern red curry paste 1 tablespoon shrimp paste Salt    


Zone Northern

1. Kua Tub Moo (Fried Pig’s Liver)

Background In the past, the Lanna people eat meat only on merit ceremonies, thus menu with meat is hard to find. Nowadays, meaty menus can be eaten easily.   Nutrition Facts Pig’s liver is full of protein and zinc, which help the growth of the body and repair the worn out tissues. Moreover, this menu is rich with vitamins and minerals from the ingredients.   Ingredients 200 gram streaky pork, cut into bite size pieces 200 gram pig’s liver and entrails, cut into bite size pieces Vegetable oil 5 grams kaffir lime leave 1 tablespoon chopped spring onion 1 tablespoon chopped corianders 1 teaspoon fish sauce Chili paste ingredients 7 dried chilies 20 grams shallot 15 grams garlic 1 tablespoon chopped galangal 1 tablespoon sliced lemongrass 1 tablespoon coriander root 1 teaspoon shrimp paste