Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Rice Congee Mixed with Meat: My Favorite Breakfast Menu

Hello! HAPPY NEW YEAR 2011!
Today, I want to present my favorite breakfast. Look at the pictures below! WOW! What a delectable.
The picture below is Thai Hom Mali rice. The Thai word "Hom Mali" means "sweet smell jasmine". Because of Thai Hom Mali rice's smell is very nice just like jasmine flowers so Thais entitled it and have called it as "Hom Mali" or "sweet smell jasmine". And I had it in my pot already.

In the morning, I usually cook breakfast myself. My breakfast menu mostly is Rice Congee Mixed with Meat and Vegetables.

Rice Congee Mixed with Meat and Vegetables is one of my forever favorite food. I mean it's one of the best food for me when I must cook by myself. Of course, rice congee is very easy to cook and to eat.

As you've seen now. My rice congee is done by only 3 main steps. 1). Cook the Hom Mali rice in an electricity pot. 2). Cook the soup up on your preference. 3). Pour the soup on your rice bowl. That's all. It's so easy and delicious! See you later. Bye Bye for now.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Kha Nom Buang : Thai Delicious Sweet

Hello! Today I came across Kha Nom Buang (Thai sweet) selling in front of 7ELEVEN. The Kha Nom Buang seller was very kind. I asked her if she would be pleased to be taken some photographs and she said okay so I just have these photos to show you here in my Thai food blog. All right, Have you ever eaten some Thai sweet looked like this? If you have ever eaten something like this then you may know that the name of it. It is called "Kha Nom Buang"

I bought Kha Nom Buang 10 Bath from the seller and took some photographs at home. You may see its size per piece is not very big. Look at my fingers were holding it.
Kha Nom Buang from this seller has two flavors. There are sweet flavor and sour flavor. In my opinion, I think the sweet flavor is quite delicious. I think it is more delicious than the sour flavor. Somehow, for people how like sour flavor may like this one too. In the picture above this paragraph the sweet flavor stuff were yellow and the sour flavor stuff were orange.

This was the Kha Nom Buang seller. In the picture above, she was cooking Kha Nom Buang, the delicious Thai sweet. After she put the sweet white cream on the flour then she put the sour stuff on the flour just like the crisps.

Kha Nom Buang from this seller has 2 flavors as I told above. The sweet stuff made of eegs and the sour stuff made of the coconuts and a little of onion leafs. OK. Now you've known Kha Nom Buang already. Next time I would post what menu to show you here in my Thai food blog please keep watching. For now I would better go to find something to eat because it's the lunch time. See you later and thank you for your attention. Bye Bye for now.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Have you ever eatten Thai grill meat?

Hello! Today I would like to introduce one of the most famous menu in Roi Et and many ohter provinces in Thailand. It is Nua Yang Gao Lee or grill meat most people believe that it comes from Korea or is influenced by Korean eatting culture. I am not sure about the history of this menu in Thailand. Anyhow let's just take a look what it looks like.
There is the pan for grill meat and people usually use bamboo sticks to pick the food to eat.

In many Nua Yang Gao Lee or grill meat restaurants would provide several kind of food, appetizers and meats such as beef chicken and seafood vegetables and fruits etc moreover there would be the buffet corner which has many ready to eat menu to service as you can see in the pictures above too. Most of the big grill meat restaurants usually have a live concert to show at night as well.