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Zone Northern

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Abb-Samong-Moo or Abb-Ong-Or, the main ingredient is fresh pork brain, mixed with chili paste and wrapped in banana leaf. It will be cooked by BBQ or grill.


Nutrition facts

A chili paste of Abb-Samong-Moo contains numerous health benefits.

Lemongrass helps and relieves cold symptom and cough.

Garlic and turmeric help to boost the immune system, enhance the growth of tissue in our body, strengthen immune from cancer and contain a strong antioxidant.



300 grams fresh pork brain

3 tablespoons kaffir lime leaf, sliced

2 tablespoons coriander, finely chopped

Banana leaf for wrapping

Small bamboo pins


Ingredients of Chili paste

7 grams fresh chili

2 tablespoons garlic, finely chopped

3 tablespoons shallot, finely chopped

4 tablespoons lemongrass, finely chopped

1 teaspoon turmeric, finely chopped

1 teaspoon of salt




Zone Northern

Kaeng Hoy Khom (Freshwater snail curry)

History Hoy Khom is a small freshwater snail, with a thick and hard rounded whorl shell with green colour. Mostly cooked with curry as the thick curry will reached the snail with its full flavour.   Nutrition Facts Freshwater snail contains proteins healthy for the body and rich with various nutrients such as lemongrass boost the appetite, garlic increases the growth of body tissues and prevent the risk of cancer.   Ingredients 500 gram Freshwater snail 2 tablespoons fish sauce 4 tablespoons roasted rice 5 grams chili 30 grams long coriander cut in 1 inch size   Curry paste ingredients 5 dried chilies 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sliced lemongrass 2 tablespoons sliced garlic 3 tablespoons sliced shallot 1 teaspoon shrimp paste 1 tablespoon chopped fermented fish


Zone Central

Nam Prik Kapi (Spicy shrimp paste)

Background The spicy shrimp past is a spicy dip that is one of the classic of Thailand. Nam prik kapi is a household Thai food, available nearly everywhere and widely loved.  Nam prik kapi should be salty first, then sour and spicy, with a tiny hint of sweetness coming in at the end from the palm sugar. The spicy dip is normally served with cooked rice, vegetables and deep-fried fish (short mackerel).   Nutrition facts Kapi (the shrimp paste) is made from either shrimp or krill, which is heavily salted and high in calcium. 100 grams of Kapi contains 1,554 milligrams of calcium which help strengthen bone and teeth. Various kinds of vegetables serving with the chili dip is high in dietary fiber and vitamin.   Ingredients 2 tbsp. shrimp past, grilled 10 grams garlic cloves 2 tbsp. dried shrimp, finely pounded 10 grams, mix of red and green chilies 60 grams solanum ferox (Ma Uek), scrape the hair and sliced finely 1 tbsp. palm sugar 2 tsp. fish sauce 2 tbsp. lime juice 10 grams pea eggplants, roughly crushed   Side dish: deep-fried short mackerel, blanched vegetables and omelets made with climbing wattle (cha om kai)


Zone South


    Background Lon-puu-kem is a sweet cold dip made of salted black crab, ground pork and coconut cream. It’s served with various vegetables such as Thai eggplant, sliced mangoes and radishes. As southern part is connected to sea so there are many crabs to preserve as a salty crab.   Nutrition facts Crab highly contains potassium and zinc. The main ingredient is variety of herbs that we add in for example shallot, lemongrass and fresh chili which give good flavor. In addition to serve aside with various of fresh vegetables. Fresh vegetables such as white turmeric, lotus and green eggplant have high content of various vitamins and minerals.   Ingredients 5 pieces salted crab, cut in half 1 cup coconut cream 30 gramsshallot, thinly sliced 50 grams lemongrass stalk, thinly sliced 5 grams bird’s eye chili, sliced 3 tablespoon coconut sugar