Soup Recipes

Dtom Jeaw Pla Recipe
A Rustic & Spicy Laotian Fish Soup with Grilled Eggplants, Oyster Mushrooms and Herbs
สูตรทำต้มแจ่วปลา

September 23, 2012 · 12 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

Rustic & Spicy Laotian Style Fish Soup with Grilled Eggplants, Oyster Mushrooms and Herbs (dtom jeaw pla ; ต้มแจ่วปลา)

Dtom Jeaw Pla is a Laotian fish soup recipe which is easy to prepare. It is similar to a Northern Thai dish called “Aw Jeaw Pla” (เอ๊าะแจ่วปลา) which is popular among the Tai Lue people (ไทลื้อ). Dtom Jeaw Pla is a rustic and spicy fish soup that is far from being unsophisticated. There is something […]

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Or Lam Gai Recipe
Velvety Laotian Stew of Chicken, Eggplants and Wild Pepper Vine
(aw laam gai sai sakan)
สูตรทำเอาะหลามไก่ใส่สะค้าน

September 16, 2012 · 26 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

Or Lam Gai an Earthy Laotian Stew of Chicken and Piper wood (aw laam gai sai sakan ; เอาะหลามไก่ใส่สะค้าน)

Introduction This is the first article in series of posts that I have prepared in the last few months, covering over a dozen Laotian dishes. Stay tuned and read about my special Laotian Taste Adventure here on thaifoodmaster.com I feel that content related to Laotian Cuisine is appropriate on a Thai Food blog since Northern […]

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Tom Yum Goong Soup Recipe of Prawns and Sa Noh Flowers Fried Cakes
(tom yum goong thaawt man daawk sa noh)
สูตรทำต้มยำกุ้งทอดมันดอกโสน

April 10, 2011 · 68 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

Tom Yam Soup of Prawns and Sesbania Flowers Frittatas Recipe สูตรทำต้มยำกุ้งทอดมันดอกโสน

Today I will show you a unique, virtually instant dish to prepare. It is also a remarkable example of how Thai traditional cuisine is using local and natural ingredient in simple yet sophisticated way. Sa Noh – aka Sesbania Javanica Miq. or Sesbania Pea is a tropical shrub which grows widely in the swampy areas […]

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Fresh Coconut Milk Tom Yum Soup Recipe of Grilled Banana Blossom and Chicken
(dtohm yam gathi huaa bplee yang sai gai ;
ต้มยำกะทิหัวปลีย่างใส่ไก่)

October 30, 2010 · 12 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

Fresh Coconut Milk Tom Yum Soup of Grilled Banana Blossom, Chicken and Oyster Mushrooms

It will not be an overstatement to say that banana trees accompany Thai people from their birth to the afterlife. Starting with the decorative objects made out of banana leaves newborns receive to invite protective spirits, and continues their entire life with the endless uses for banana leaves, trunks and fruits; finally ending with the […]

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Sour and Spicy Smoked Dry Fish Soup
(ต้มโคล้งปลากรอบ ; dtohm khlohng bplaa graawp)

May 4, 2010 · 6 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

Post image for Sour and Spicy Smoked Dry Fish Soup <br />(ต้มโคล้งปลากรอบ ; dtohm  khlohng bplaa graawp)

Here is a rustic sour soup recipe that is very light on ingredients. The broth is made by boiling dried smoked and lightly grilled freshwater fish. It is seasoned to the sour spectrum of the palate with the use of no more than tamarind.  Semi ripe tamarind fruits were used in the early days as […]

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Moo Palo Recipe – Thai Eggs and Pork Chinese Five-Spice Fragrant Stew
(สูตรทำไข่พะโล้หมูสามชั้นเห็ดหอม ; khai phalo muu saam chan het haawm)

March 22, 2010 · 15 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

Thai Style Fragrant Eggs and Pork Chinese Five-Spice Stew

Here is an aromatic stew that leans toward the sweet spectrum of the palate. An all time Thai favorite, Moo Palo was introduced locally by the Chinese-Cantonese and Tae Chiew immigrants who flocked the kingdom in the early nineteenth century. Its name is derived from two Chinese words; Pah Ziah and Lou. “Pah Ziah” refers in Chinese to the […]

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Chicken Galangal Fresh Coconut Soup
(tom kha gai ; ต้มข่าไก่)

March 17, 2010 · 3 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

Chicken Galangal Coconut Soup tom kha gai ; ต้มข่าไก่

It is pretty cheering and I must say rare that a single local dish will grab the attention of the entire world. Tom kha gai did just that! However, with fame comes the danger of losing it essence. You see, if a dish can be found on a menu of a Thai restaurant in the […]

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