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My Thai: Crying Tiger (Suea Rong Hai)

My Thai Leela Punyaratabandhu Post a comment

Here we are again, a classic Thai dish with a name of dubious origin and meaning. Just a few weeks ago, we dealt with Son-in-Law Eggs. Now this. Is it Tiger's Tear? Tiger Cry? Crying Tiger? Weeping Tiger? Why Tiger? Why cry? We'll let the animal mourn in its own way while we enjoy this classic grilled beef dish. More

My Thai: Thai Dried Chili Dipping Sauce (Jaew)

My Thai Leela Punyaratabandhu 1 comment

This smoky, spicy, assertive dipping sauce goes very well with grilled meats. Hold the thick, cloying marinade or sauce; marinate your choice of meat as simply as you can; then grill (or pan-fry) it and serve it with this regional dip. Warm Thai sticky rice on the side sure won't hurt. More

Thai Dried Chili Dipping Sauce

Serious Eats Leela Punyaratabandhu 2 comments

This smoky, salty and sour dipping sauce goes well with all kinds of meat that have been barely seasoned and not covered with sauce. Try this with grilled chicken (marinated in not much more than some fish sauce and a bit of sugar) and steamed Thai sticky rice. More

Seriously Asian: Toasted Rice Powder

Seriously Asian Chichi Wang 4 comments

Rice meal is rice is that has been toasted and ground-up. The dish Fen Zheng Rou, or steamed meat with rice powder, consists of some fatty meat marinated in a combination of Sichuanese spicy bean paste, soy sauce, and rice wine, which is then coated in a thick layer of the toasted rice powder. More

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