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Kuay-Teow-Look-Chin-Pla (Noodles soup with fish balls)

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Kuay-Teow-Look-Chin-Pla (Noodles soup with fish balls)



Fish ball is well-known as traditional technique cooking of Chinese, made from fish meat  with blended all ingredients for a while until it becomes sticky. Then boil again after forming into balls shape, the good fish ball should be well mixed and not fishy. Fish ball is popular by its clear soup and stock soup that must be sweet, clear and delicious.


Nutritions facts

Fish ball contains similar protein as fish meat but we transform them to become more tasty, this recipe has rotein from fish, carbohydrate from rice noodles and soup from spines b

ones that Chinese people believe this will help warmer body. 1 portion served contains 225 kcal.



120 gramsflat, fine cut noodles, rice vermicelli or egg noodles

30 grams rounded fish balls

20 gramsshrimp balls

20 gramssliced fish balls

30 gramsbean sprouts

Finely chopped of spring onion and coriander for topping



Zone Central

Gaeng Ped Gai (Red curry with chicken)

Background Red curry with chicken is adapted from the Arabs recipe since Ayutthaya Kingdom. Milk is a main ingredient of the Arab recipe while original Thai dish is not added milk. After adapting the Arab recipe, Thai people use the coconut cream instead of milk.  Gaeng Ped Gai is made from chicken, red chilies, herbs and coconut cream so the dish becomes aromatic and strong taste soup.   Nutrition facts The dish contains calcium, iron, phosphorus and beta-carotene from herbs and vegetables. Having the dish reduces a risk of blood clots, reduces blood sugar, relives coughing and improves a digestion system.   Ingredients 4 cups coconut cream 300 grams chicken ½ cup red curry paste 100 grams eggplant 20 grams pea eggplant 50 grams sweet basil leaves 10 grams Chee Fah chili, shredded Fish sauce Palm sugar Red curry paste ingredients 9 dried chilies, soaked ¼ cup lemongrass, thinly sliced ¼ cup shallots, shredded 2 tbsp. garlic cloves, crushed 1 tsp. sliced kaffir lime zest 1 tsp. coriander roots, sliced 1 tsp. black pepper corns 1 tsp. shrimp paste 4 tsp. coriander seeds, roasted 2 tsp. cumin, roasted Put all of ingredients in a mortar and keep pounding until everything is well-blended.


Zone South

Bai Lieng Pad Kai (Stir-fried Malindjo leaves with Egg)

Background Bai Lieng, Manlindjo leaves, a local tree of the South is 1-2 meters tall and has long leaves. Its young leaves are cooked in different dishes like stir-fried egg, minced pork soup, chili curry and sour soup. Fresh and blanched Bai Lieng leaves can be served as a side dish.   Nutrition facts Lieng leaves are enriched with beta carotene which is an antioxidant and provides vitamin B, calcium and phosphorus. Having the dish helps maintain good eyesight, nourishes the skin and strengthens bones and teeth. 100 grams of Lieng leaves provide energy to body 91 kcal. and 150.5 milligrams of calcium.   Ingredients 100 grams Bai Lieng leaves 2 eggs 5 grams garlic cloves 2 oil 1 fish sauce 1 sugar


Zone Central

Kanom Cheen Num Ya (Fresh Thai rice noodle and a fish based sauce)

Background Kanom Cheen Num Ya originates with Mon people. In the past, Mon Kingdom is powerful and influence toward neighbor countries. Burma and Thai adapted the dish called Kanom Cheen Num Ya from Mon but they were preferred in different taste. Burma prefer thick sauce (Nam Ya) so they add some soft banana stalk to the sauce while Thai like to eat fish then they add shredded fish meat to the sauce.   Nutrition facts Kanom Cheen Num Ya is a nutrient food. The dish provides carbohydrate from rice noodles, protein from fish, and verities of vitamins from vegetables which are good for excretory system. The fingerroot is not only help reduce fish smell but it also provides anti-aging and anti-bacteria.   Ingredients 1 kg. Fresh Thai rice noodles ½ cup chili paste, without herbs ½ cup fingerroot, sliced 2 cups fish meat, boiled ½ cup salted fish, grilled and bone removed 4 cups coconut milk 1 cup fish stock Serve with hairy basil leaves, fresh bean sprouts and sliced bitter melon