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Gaeng Kue Hoi Khom Bai Cha Plu (Freshwater Snail in Red Curry)

Zone South

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Gaeng Kue Hoi Khom Bai Cha Plu (Freshwater Snail in Red Curry)

Background

Freshwater Snail in Red Curry is a local dish which is found only in the South. The meat and shells of freshwater snails are cooked. Its ingredients are=Cha Plu leaves, coconut milk and chili paste.

 

Nutrition Facts

Freshwater snail is a source of protein and collagen which relieves body pain and aches, strengthens bones and teeth and eliminates toxins in the body. Having the dish is good for the urinary system and relieves headaches.

 

Chili paste ingredients: 15 bird’s eye chilies, 2 lemon grass stalk, 10 garlic cloves,  5 shallots,  2 inch long turmeric,  5 sliced galangal pieces,  2 tsp. black pepper,  1 tbsp. shrimp paste and 1 tsp. salt.  Put all of ingredients in a mortar and keep pounding until everything is well-blended.

 

Ingredients

  • 500 grams freshwater snail
  • 2 cups Cha Plu leaves
  • 4 cups coconut milk
  • 1 tbsp. salt
  • 1 tbsp. sugar

Zone Central

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Zone Northern

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Zone Central

Khao-Pad-Nam-Prik-Pla-Too

  Background Nam PrikKa Pi is traditional Thai namprik(chili dipping) that is one of the most popular cooking recipes in every home because it is easily cooked and can be kept long. The most delicious fish that always go with is “ Pla Too ” or mackerel fish so it becomes frequently called as “ Nam prikpla too ” If you have a leftover Nam Prik, just simply mix Nam Prik together with rice and mackerel fish. This is a good technique to make a new dish from the leftover.   Nutrition facts This recipe of fried rice contains the five food groups as adding some vegetables. We also get carbohydrates from rice, protein from shrimp paste ( ka-pi ), Omega 3 fat from mackerel fish which is at a high level of sea fish. In addition, the oil from frying and fresh vegetables that we eat together highly contain vitamins, minerals and fiber.   Ingredients 2 cups steamed rice 80 grams mackerel fish, fried 3 tablespoons nam-prik-ka-pi 1 tablespoon vegetable oil for frying    


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