List of all ingredients

Grüner Pfeffer in Thailand

Green peppercorns

In many Thai dishes, fresh green peppercorns are used. The peppercorns are usually cooked or fried together with their stalks. If you can't find...

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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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Jasminreis Thailand

Jasmine rice

Jasmine rice is the most popular rice in Thailand, even more so than the sticky rice popular in Isaan. The rice is one of the so-called fragant...

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Jasmine Water

Jasmine water is used to flavor some Thai desserts. It is obtained by diluting 5-8 drops of jasmine extract with 250 ml water.

Thai: Nam...

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Mu Err Pilze in Thailand

Jew's ear, jelly ear mushroom

Jew's ea or jelly ear mushroom mushrooms have a slightly spicy but mild flavour that tastes a bit like soy sauce. The dreied variety needs to be...

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Kaffirlimette Thailand

Kaffir lime

This juiceless citrus fruit looks like a shriveled lemon. The fruit itself is much used Thailand, especially as an ingredient in the mashed...

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Kaffirlimettenblatt in Thailand

Kaffir lime leaf

The leaf of the Kaffir lime tree has an intense lemon flavor and is used in Thailand as a bay leaf would be used in Europe. You don't eat it, but...

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Kewra essence

Kewra essence is an extract distilled from pandanus flowers and used mainly to flavor drinks, and desserts in Southeast Asia.

Thai: NamToey...

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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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Zitronengras in Thailand


Lemongrass is particularly suitable for use in the world-renowned Tom Yam (a sour and spicy soup with various ingredients). From the reed-like...

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