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Zone Northern

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The red ant eggs or kai-mod-daeng is another well-known ingredient very popular among the Northern part and the Eastern part of Thailand. Its flavor is tasty, yummy and easy to cook.


Nutrition facts

The variety of nutrition especially protein and various vitamins are the benefits of red ant eggs. Furthermore when we mix together with many ingredients and chicken eggs, it becomes a powerful supplement.



50 grams of red ant eggs

2 chicken eggs

80 grams tomatoes

15 grams shallot

1 tablespoon coriander, chopped

1 tablespoon spring onion, chopped


Chili paste ingredients

3 dried chilies

10grams Thai garlic, peeled

15 grams shallot

1 teaspoon of shrimp paste

½ teaspoon of salt




Zone Northeast

Moo YorThod

    Background Moo Yor is a popular food in Northeast of Thailand such as Ubonratchathani province. It is a kind of Vietnamese pork sausage that can be created to other menus just by steam or deep fried.   Nutrition Facts Moo Yor and herbs inside are very beneficial such as pepper which has piperine as an antioxidant and it can help reduce Alzheimer disease in elderly.   Ingredients Moo Yor Palm Oil


Zone South

Yum Phak Kood Goong Sod (Phak Kood salad)

Background Phak Kood, oak fern, is a member of the Athyriaceae family and grows well in the rainy season. Its young leaves can be cooked in various kinds of dishes, including Yum Phak Kood (salad) and stir-fried.   Nutrition facts Phak Kood is source of beta carotene, iron and vitamins. Having the dish maintains good eyesight. Fat from coconut cream helps a beta-carotene absorption.   Ingredients 2 cup Phak Kood, blanched 80 grams shrimps, blanched ½ cup coconut cream ¼ cup peanut, roasted ½ cup shallots, chopped ¼ cup dried coconut, roasted ¼ cup dried shrimp, pounded 5 grams bird’s eye chilies 2 lime juice 2 sugar 1 salt    


Zone Central

Kaeng-Jued-Toahu-Moosab- Tamloung (Ivy gourd clear soup with tofu and minced pork)

    Background Kaeng-Jued is one of the simplest Chinese clear soup that helps warmer body, easy to swallow and also good match with every dish. Kaeng-Jued is a plain, clear soup that’s unspiced and comfort to eat. Adding more tofu and ivy gourd bring this recipe popular.   Nutrition facts This dish has high nutrition as two sources of protein from pork and tofu, besides that ivy gourd has high beta-carotenes that support the eye-sights.   Ingredients 50 grams ivy gourd ( pak-tamloung ) 120 grams tofu, sliced 60 grams minced pork 2 cup pork stock Soy sauce or fish sauce for seasoning Ground pepper for topping