When living in Thailand it is typical to be exposed to the typical flavors of North Eastern regions of the country. Given food is cheap, delicious, and remarkably easy to make accounts to the availability of this food from street corners to well-known restaurants. This dish takes one of the well known dishes of the North Eastern region and turns it to a crispy appetizer that exudes fantastic flavors.
A brilliant dish combining wonderful flavors of chili paste and shrimp. This culinary favorite can be made with a few simple ingredients that burst flavor with every bite. A dish that gloriously highlights the magnificent cuisines found near any coastal regions of Thailand’s gulf. So be sure to dive in and give this recipe a try and release your inner chef.
Looking for a cheap alternative to preparing your next meal? A fan of instant noodles? Well, this simple dish can be prepared in about 30 minutes or less. With binding flavors of sweet, salty, sour, and spicy this dish is a culinary favorite in Thai cuisine.
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At first glance the dish may be interpreted as a spaghetti sauce given the defined color of the dish and its meaty appearance. In fact this is one of the well known dishes originating from the Northern regions of Thailand. One spoonful of this dish and it is without doubt that the flavor is nothing similar to any Italian meat sauce. A wave of flavors excite the sensors on your palettes as you dive into another spoonful of the ‘Nam Prik Ong’.
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Laid upon a mountain of white jasmine rice rest a well seasoned crispy grilled beef patty. A blanket of thick brown sauce consisting of mushrooms and sliced sweet onions is drizzled over it. A beautifully fried egg is gently placed atop the gravy lathered beef patty. As a fork pierces into the egg, a river of yolk oozes out onto the dish. The combination of flavors are divine. This my friends, is one of the well-known comfort foods of Hawaii known as ‘Loco Moco’.