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See Ew Kow
Light soy sauce or 'see ew kow' in Thai is lighter brown in color. Great for soup because it gives the soup the right color, not too dark.
Author: Natty Netsuwan
Simple home made chicken broth
Stir fried rice noodles with Chinese broccoli and soy sauces.
Sour pickled bamboo shoot cooked in red curry paste and coconut milk
Pickled bamboo shoots in clear brine
Fried crunchy mung beans spiced with green onion and chili pepper.
Fish sauce with shredded green mango, spiced with Thai chilis, lime juice and shallots
Fried tofu served with spicy peanut dipping sauce
Rice mixed with shrimp paste spiced with shreded green mango and shallots served with fried egg, sweetened pork.
Fried boiled eggs served with sweet and sour tamarind sauce
Sweet black beans in sweetened coconut milk
Stir fried rice noodles with chives, bean sprouts and shrimp.
Shrimp in clear spicy soup made from lemon grass, kaffir lime, hot pepper, lime juice and fish sauce
Thai style fried rice
Spicy ground pork or chicken salad cooked in lime juice, chili pepper and fish sauce
Chicken and Thai eggplant in red curry
Shreded green papaya, cherry tomatoes, green beans with lime dressing
Ripe mango served on a bed of coconut milk soaked sticky rice.
Stir fried eggplant with basil and chili pepper.
Ground chicken stir fried with holy basil