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Who can forget Thailand's Tom Yum Goong? This hot and sour soup of prawn, seafood, and perhaps chicken is an easy dish to make. Remember to add the softer ingredients and prawns last. The main challenge is often getting the unusual ingredients, such as, galangal, fish sauce, and kaffir lime leaves. Hence I have linked to online sources (I make money out of the Google ads, not from these links). Pre-packaged pastes often work out well.
- How is Tom Yum Goong made?
- What ingredients do I need?
- What variations could I experiment with?
- Where can I find some of the more exotic ingredients?
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Variation here: Uses tamarind water (OK to skip), tomato, and coriander root (good idea). (Doesn't sell spices.)
Classic tom yum soup with all the hot sour flavours you'd expect. Packed with herbs, spices and vegetables.
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