Ingredients category: vegetables

Spargelbohnen Thailand

Asparagus bean

Asparagus beans, also called yard-long beans, taste very similar to green beans from Europe, and can be replaced by green beans in recipes.


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Bambussprösslinge in Thailand

Bamboo shoots

Bamboo shoots are, as the name suggests, the young sprouts of bamboo that have just broken through the earth. We recommend the use of whole shoots...

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Bananenblüte in Thaniland

Banana flower

The lower end of the banana flower, the male part, is used as a vegetable in Thai cuisine. The banana flower can not be replaced by any other...

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Bohnensprossen in Thailand

Bean sprouts

The bean sprouts used in our Thai recipes are without exception from mung beans. They are cooked in many different ways, and in some recipes are...

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Bittermelone in Thailand

Bitter melon

The bitter melon is from the cucurbit family and sometimes has an intensely bitter taste. Generally, the greener the fruit, the more bitter the...

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Cha Om in Thailand


The Thai cha-om is the fine, young leaves of the acacia tree. They are used in soups, stews, omelettes and fried vegetables. It has a strong odor...

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Chinesischer Brokkoli Thailand

Chinese broccoli

Chinese broccoli is unlike the European broccoli as it does not develope the for broccoli typical cabbage "head". When steamed or pan-fried in...

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Indisches Basilikum Thailand

Holy basil - Indian basil

Holy basil - Indian basil has light reddish-purple stems and an intense, aromatic, spicy flavor with hints of clove and allspice.

Thai: Bai...

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Zitronenbasilikum in Thailand

Lemon basil

Lemon basil has slightly furry leaves - which is why it's called "hairy basil", and smells slightly of lemon.

Thai: Bai Maenglak - แมงลัก

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Napa Kohl in Thailand

Napa cabbage

Napa cabbage is used as ingredient in soups, sautéed and also raw as a side dish in Thai cuisine.

Thai: Pak Gat Khau - ผักกาดขาว

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