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    Summer dishes

    The essential dishes during summer time (March-May) are khao chae (), sweet and creamy sticky rice with mango (˹ǧ khao nieow ma muang), and ma-muang naam pla waan (ǧӻҹ).

    khao chae () - this dish originally made by Mon people (ͭ), its one of the favorite dishes of the King Rama V, we can find good recipes from the royal kitchens. The old thread of khao chae - http://www.thailandqa.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9507
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    Sticky rice with mango (˹ǧ khow nieow ma muang)
    Summer is mango season, May is the peak time of mangoes. We have various fabulous mango dishes, the special one is sweet and creamy sticky rice with tasty ripe mangoes, I have 2 favorite species of mango for sticky rice: okg rong (ͧ͡) and naam dok mai (Ӵ͡). The old thread of Thai sticky rice with coconut and mango - http://www.thailandqa.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9807
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    Ma-muang naam pla waan (ǧӻҹ, mango = ǧ/ma-muang, fish sauce = ӻ/naam pla, sweet = ҹ/waan)
    Green mango with thick-sweet fish sauce; sweeten fish sauce with palm sugar, spice up with chilies, it will be tastier after adding pounded dried shrimp and thin-sliced red shallot (hom daeng ᴧ).

    The green mango that I dont have to eat with any sauce is kieow sa woie (), its taste is a bit sweet with powdery texture. The green mangoes with sour taste which is good to eat with naam pla waan are ma muang raet (ǧô), pim sen (ʹ), ma muang gaew (ǧ), etc.

    Another dip for green mango: dry dip mixes of white sugar, salt and grounded dried chilies, called prik ga gleua (ԡ). Anyway some people like to eat green mango with gapi (л).
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    Re: Summer dishes

    Quote Originally Posted by Mel View Post
    Ma-muang naam pla waan (ǧӻҹ, mango = ǧ/ma-muang, fish sauce = ӻ/naam pla, sweet = ҹ/waan)
    Green mango with thick-sweet fish sauce; sweeten fish sauce with palm sugar, spice up with chilies, it will be tastier after adding pounded dried shrimp and thin-sliced red shallot (hom daeng ᴧ).
    I love this one. It will always remind me of bus stations.

    It's one of those snacks we always use to but for the bus journey.
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    Re: Summer dishes

    Sparky that one sounds delicious, I am a big fan of mangos so I will have that dish as soon as I get there

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