At the ‘Thailand’s Hidden Dishes’ event this evening, the Tourism Authority of Thailand introduced lesser-known specialty foods from Thailand’s five regions to inspire tourists to embark on a culinary journey to explore the kingdom.
No. 1 – Pla Yum Sawat (blue spotted grouper with shredded radish)
Trat in the Eastern Region is known for its marine aquaculture of Pla Yum Swath (coral grouper, or coral trout), making it the economic fish of the province and a local specialty food. The fish is tasty and can be… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1660653035830362114
2. Moo Phat Raak Choo (stir-fried pork with the roots of hooker chives or garlic chives)
In Northern Thailand, one of Chiang Rai’s local specialty foods is Moo Phat Raak Choo, representing an ethnic-Thai dish influenced by Yunnan cuisine. As well as stir frying with pork, the… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1660653056642494474
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