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Zone South

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Spare ribs are soft part of pork meat that is delicious with soft bone. It is popular in boiling, frying and stewing. Just add more red curry paste into the recipe makes this dish become hot, spicy and delicious.


Nutrition facts

Pork 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. Red curry paste is a mixture of turmeric that helps relieve the discomfort caused in stomach and good for your health. Kaffir lime has benefit in relieving dizzy symptom.



350 grams spare ribs, cut into bite size

1/4 cup southern curry paste

5 pieces kaffir lime

2 tablespoons of vegetable oil

3 tablespoons of fish sauce

1 teaspoon of sugar


Zone Central

Kuay-Teow-Moo-Sen-Lek-Tom-Yum ( Spicy noodles in tom yam style )

  Background The good taste of Kuay-Teow-Moo-Sen-Lek-Tom-Yum comes from various flavors; sour, salty, spicy and sweet taste that is really popular mixed flavor among Thai people. This menu is served without herb smell but it will be seasoned by chili powder, vinegar or lime juice, fish sauce and sugar instead.                     Nutritions facts This recipe gives us energy in the same range as the clear noodles soup recipe, the difference is only “ tom yum flavor ”. This dish refreshes us and encourages the oxygen to flow throughout the brain and we can feel relaxing. Moreover, capsaicin in chilies send signals to your brain then sweat is released from the glands and relieve the gas in stomach. 1 portion served contains 335 kcal.   Ingredients 300 grams fine cut rice noodle ( senlek ) 150 grams minced pork 100 grams grilled red pork ( moodaeng ) ½ cup of garlic and pork rinds oil 100 grams fresh bean sprouts Finely chopped of spring onion and coriander for topping Tom Yum condiments with chilies powder, sugar, fish sauce and vinegar Soup ingredients Boiled rib bones and spinal bones together in light heat.    


Zone Northeast

Korat Stir fried Rice Noodle

Background This noodle is traditional dish from Korat or Nakornratchasrima province, It similar to Phadthai in central of Thailand. Korat Noodle is popular because of their specific character that cannot be found from elsewheres so it become the favorite of everyone who visit Korat. Nutrition facts Korat Stir fried Rice Noodle has carbohydrate for energy. Bean sprout, spring onion have vitamins and Tamarind juice also supports immune system and makes your skin brighter and fresher. Ingredients 120 grams bowl Rice noodle 1 teaspoon garlic, Chopped 1 tablespoon shallot, Chopped 30 grams Minced pork 1 tablespoon Bean paste 2 tablespoons Fish sauce 2 tablespoons Sugar 1 tablespoon Tamarind juice 1 teaspoon Black soy sauce 1 teaspoon Pepper 1 cup Water 2 tablespoons vegetable oil Bean sprout Spring onion, sliced


Zone South

Mamaung-Bao-Chae-Im (Sour mango in syrup)

    Background Mamaungbao is local mango of southern part of Thailand which has same size as chicken egg. Moreover, raw mango has sour taste, crispy meat and natural smell so it is often mixed in many recipe; pounded mango as namprik or pickled mango.   Nutrition facts The high levels of fiber, pectin and vitamin C help to lower cholesterol levels, boost immune system, prevent from cold and strengthen our hair, teeth, gum and bones Sour mango absorbs syrup so it becomes sour by itself and sweet by sugar. However, eating in high amount can gain more weight.   Ingredients 50 mamuangbua (Sourmangoes ) 1 cup lime water (nam poon sai ) ½ cup salt 1 kg sugar 3 cups water