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    question Soup question!

    There is this soup that my bf's mother makes...it's my favorite of the MAAAAANY soups she makes daily....I especially like to eat it the leftover as breakfast and I usually eat it with a bowl of rice on the side.

    ...anyways...I want to know what it is called.

    It's a rather simple clear soup with pork and cabbage (I think chicken is used sometimes as well). Sorry, I don't know any other detail than that- I've never been around when she's cooking it so i'm not sure which sauces or spices she uses in it. It isn't a spicy soup, just a little salty.

    Is there anyone who can tell me the name of it so next time she asks what do we want to eat, I can suggest that soup?

    Thanks!

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    Truely you have to ask her because individual can cook so many ways (my way) sometime we can not keep up with it.

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    Is it easy making thai food?

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    Easier to eat!!!! ;but like anything you must try and adjust the taste to your palate.Check out the videos at the top of enjoythaifood http://www.thailandqa.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8867

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    talking Gaeng Jued Pakk

    I think if you mean about one kind of clear soup with vegetable and meat maybe this menu should be “ Gaeng Jued Pakk ”

    This one is a very refreshing soup.In actually Thai soup would mix the pulverize garlic and pepper with the fish or soy sauce in broth. And you can select to add pork or chicken meat as your preferable to eat.



    Gaeng Jued Pakk Recipe

    Ingredients

    1 tbsp Oil
    4 Minced Cloves Garlic
    4 cup Water
    1 lb Pork Ribs Cut In 2" Pieces
    2 tbsp of Fish Sauce (Nam Pla) or 3½ tbsp of soy sauce
    1/4 tsp White or Black Pepper
    2 cups of minced meat that mix with 1½ tbsp of Fish Sauce
    4 cups of sliced vegetable

    Instructions
    (Serves up to 2)

    -Heat a small skillet and add the oil. Stir-fry the garlic until golden brown. Reserve the garlic.

    -Heat the water to boiling and add the meat ribs, pulverize garlic and pepper.Cover and simmer for 30 minutes


    -Place minced meat that made to be the small ball, the fish or soy sauce in broth , Cover and simmer for 12minutes or until meat is brown.

    -Place vegetables, stirring until warmed through.

    -Remove to a serving bowl and top with the fried garlic and the parsley.

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    talking Ingredients of Gaeng Jued Pakk Recipe

    Have some mistake typed at earlier ka

    Gaeng Jued Pakk Recipe

    Ingredients

    1 tbsp Oil

    4 Minced Cloves Garlic

    4 cup Water

    1 lb Pork Ribs Cut In 2" Pieces

    2 tbsp of Fish Sauce (Nam Pla) or 3 and1/2 tbsp of soy sauce

    1/4 tsp White or Black Pepper

    2 cups of minced meat that mix with 1 and1/2 tbsp of Fish Sauce

    4 cups of sliced vegetable

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