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    Hot and Spicy Soup Isan Style (Tom Sab)

    Normally, foreigner will be familiar with Hot and Spicy Soup Bangkok Style or Tom Yum Kung but each part of Thailand has different of taste and style. Today I will show you Hot and Spicy Soup in North Eastern or Isan Style.
    Ingredients
    300 g of cartilage bone of pork
    Parsley, chop
    Glasslemon, slice
    Galangal, slice
    Kaffir lime leaves, chop
    Shallot, burn or parch
    Chili powder
    Bird chili, pound
    Fish sauce
    Lemon juice
    Corainder for sprinkle
    Directions
    1. Clean pork cartilage bone by add salt to water, it can reduce freshy smell and then chop it.
    2. Pour water to pot and put it on fire then wait until it boil. After that add pork cartilage bone and boil until it rot or about 30 minutes.
    3. When it rot add parsley, glasslemon, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, shallot and boil for a while.
    4. Seasoning with lemon juice, fish sauce, bird chili and chili powder then taste it. The taste you can season as you want.
    5. Turn off the fire and laddle it to bowl then sprinkle with corainder.
    6. Serve with warm jasmine rice.
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    sad Re: Hot and Spicy Soup Isan Style (Tom Sab)

    Hello, just want to add some comment kha. This recipe is also good for beef as well. Especially when you slow cook it until the meat is tender.... ummmm zab.... (yummy) And sometime people make this soup bowl by bowl, I mean season it. So they add lime juice, chili powder in the bowl, that way is also help preserve vitamin C and the fragrance of lime kha.

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    Re: Hot and Spicy Soup Isan Style (Tom Sab)

    Sep ilee der.
    Life is learning. If you stop learning, you might as well be dead.

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    Re: Hot and Spicy Soup Isan Style (Tom Sab)

    "Saeb" indeed... we often used fish, too. I think one could use almost anything. My friend who is vegetarian just uses more and different kinds of mushrooms instead of the meat.
    ...And with the leftovers I often make tom yum flavored fried rice!
    life is wonderful!

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    Re: Hot and Spicy Soup Isan Style (Tom Sab)

    Whats Glasslemon?? Has anyone got a picture of it

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    Re: Hot and Spicy Soup Isan Style (Tom Sab)

    Oh is it lemon grass...

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    Re: Hot and Spicy Soup Isan Style (Tom Sab)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Kroo
    Whats Glasslemon?? Has anyone got a picture of it

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