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  THAI CURRIES & SOUPS  
     Thai curries and soups are becoming very popular abroad as most of them are easy to make and healthy to eat. Thai soups are made with either water or coconut milk as the base. Some soups are spicy such as Hot and Sour Prawn Soup which combines many Thai flavours. Other soups are not spicy, such as Clear Soup with Minced Pork, and are a good choice when the other dishes being eaten are spicy. Another popular soup is Chicken in Coconut Milk Soup which is a thick, creamy soup. Soups are eaten as part of a main meal and will be one of several dishes at any meal. However, at home you may want to serve the soup as a starter as many people are not used to eating soup along with rice.  
     
 
Chu chee pla salmon
Pan - fried salmon with chu chee curry sauce (Chu chee pla salmon)
    Chu chee is traditional curry sauce for seafood, such as prawns and scallops. Here we have combined it with salmon because the strong flavour, colour and texture of the fish goes particularly well with this rich red curry sauce.   [ View ]

Gaeng liang goong
Spicy mixed vegetable soup with prawns (Gaeng liang goong)
    This is a simple and healthy dish to make. The sauce is a mix of water and vegetables which makes it taste completely different from all the coconut milk curries.   [ View ]

Gaeng mussaman
Mussaman beef curry (Gaeng mussaman)
    This is a spicy Southern Thai curry with Islamic origins. Portugues traders brought spices such as turmeric, cinamon, cumin, cloves and nutmeg from the Middle East and India to the sout coast of Thailand and the Gulf of Siam at the same time as chilli, and this recipe combines these dry spices with Thai sweet, sour and saly tastes. I use shin or topside of beef because the curry needs to be boiled for up to four hours.   [ View ]

Gaeng khiao wan gai
Green chicken curry (Gaeng khiao wan gai) new
    A favorite dish in thai restaurants around the world, geang khiao wan gai means "green sweet curry", the sweetness deriving from the coconut milk and palm sugar. It is also deliciously hot and aromatic thanks to the green chilli, peppercorns, kaffir lime leaves, and sweet basil, and salty through the shrimp paste and fish sauce.   [ View ]

Khao tom goong
Rice Soup with Prawns (Khao tom goong)
    This dish is a very simple, plain dish and is often eaten Thai people for breakfast. People who are ill and need plain food will also eat this dish although the smell of the galic may be a bit off-putting if you are not used to it. It can also be made with chick, fish, or squid. You can also break and egg into ti while it is still hot.   [ View ]

Tom kha gai
Chicken and coconut soup (Tom kha gai)
    This dish balances the sweetness of coconut milk and fragrance of galangal, kaffir lime leaves and lemongrass, with the salty fish sauce and the sour taste of lime juice. The fried chillies add a smoky flavor as well as texture, colour and heat, but not so much that it overwhelms the soup.   [ View ]

Tom yum Goong
King prawn soup with chilli and lime (Tom yum Goong) hot !!
    This classic soup is hot and spicy, sour and aromatic all the same time. For many people around the world who love thai food Tom Yum Goong soup is a measure of the quality of the chef, and many people swear by this soup to clear their heads when they have a cold!   [ View ]

Kang Jued Kai Num
Fried Egg in Clear Soup  (Kang Jued Kai Num)
    This Thai Clear Soup menu is easy to make. Serve hot as part of a main meal.   [ View ]

Kang Phed Ped Yang
Red Curry with Roasted Duck  (Kang Phed Ped Yang)
    Kang Phed Ped Yang is a unique dish of roast duck in a spicy red curry. It combines kaffir lime leaves and many ingredients. Serve hot as part of a main meal.   [ View ]

Pa Pad Porng Kar Ree
Fish & Celery Curry (Pa Pad Porng Kar Ree) new
    A dish of fried fish on a bed of curried celery greens. This should be eaten as a side dish to rice. Notice I softened the curry with evaporated milk, you can also use coconut milk, but for this fish dish the creaminess of evaporated milk works better.   [ View ]

Pa Nang Goong
Red Prawn with Curry Sauce (Pa Nang Goong) new
    There's plenty of good healthy light protein in prawns, and this is a nice way to eat them. Eat this dish with Thai fragrant rice, a good way to present them is to keep the head and tail on, and only shell the middle. It makes the dish look more stylish!   [ View ]
 
   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
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