Thai Food Recipe: Deep Fried Bass (Pla Grapong Tod Nam Pla)

Deep Fried Bass with Sweet Sauce in Thai, Pla Grapong Tod Nam Pla

 

Prepare:

1 bass
200 ml. fish sauce
1 sour mango (sliced)
1 tbsp. palm sugar
1 tsp. coriander leave
1 tsp. minced red chili pepper

 

Cooking Instructions:

  1. Clean the bass very well and dip it in a bowl of fish sauce.
  2. After that deep fry the fish on medium heat until it turn yellow and crunchy.
  3. Mix 2 tbsp. fish sauce with palm sugar. Add chili pepper and sliced mango.
  4. Add the coriander leave in the sauce. Serve with deep fried bass.

 

I saw this recipe on TV this morning. It took just a few minutes, then finished, very easy. I love the sauce too, especially the sour mango in it.

Yummy!

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Thai Food Recipe: Steamed Shrimps (Goong Nueng Nomsod)

Steamed Shrimps with Milk, in Thai, Goong Nueng Nomsod

Prepare:

7 big shrimps
1 egg
1/4 cup fresh milk
1/2 stock
1/2 tsp. sugar
7 coriander roots
1/2 tsp. pepper
1 tsp. dried red chili pepper powder

 

Cooking Instructions:

1. Clean the shrimps very well. Cut them in half, keep the shell and de-veined.

2. Put them on a ceramic plate. You can also use any plate that can stand the heat.

3. Crush coriander roots, pepper and dried red chili pepper powder.

4. Sprinkle on the shrimps.

5. In a bowl, beat the egg and add the stock. Mix well.

6. Add salt and milk in the same bowl and mix it together.

7. Pour the mix over the shrimp and steam it for 15 minutes.

Do you know how to make seafood sauce? This Goong Nueng Nomsod (Steamed Shrimps with Milk) tastes so good together with seafood sauce.

1. Ground 1 coriander root with garlic and chili peppers together for a hot and spicy taste.

2. Add 1 tbsp. fish sauce, 1/4 tsp. sugar and 2 tbsp. lemon juice.

I’m craving it now! :p

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