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Kaeng-Prik-Hoykraeng-Bai-Yiraah

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Kaeng-Prik-Hoykraeng-Bai-Yiraah

Background

“ Kraeng ” or “ Kraang ” words transformed from Javanese language “Kerang and finally become “ Kraeng ”. Cockles are easily found in shallow muddy coast especially Surat-Thani and Pattani provinces. Cockles are unique ingredients for tropical island recipe both steam and curry soup.

 

Nutrition facts

Cockles are similar to many other types of seafood which are rich in protein, iron and phosphorus. Iron is an integral component of hemoglobin, which transports oxygen from the lungs to all body cells, and is also part of key enzyme systems for energy production and metabolism and good for your joint.

Cumin leaves are an excellent source of iron with mineral that plays many vital roles in the body. Additionally, iron is an instrument in keeping your immune system healthy.

 

Ingredients

150 grams cockles’ meat

¼ cup southern curry paste

2 tablespoons of shrimp paste

2 tablespoons of fish sauce

50 grams cumin leaves

2 cups water

 

 

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