List of all ingredients

Palmzucker in Thailand

Palm sugar

Palm Sugar is produced in Thailand from the Palmyra palm. It can be replaced by brown sugar in most recipes. Palm sugar is available as a paste or...

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Grüne Papaya in Thailand


The ripe papaya fruit is sweet and juicy, and is served as dessert on various occasions. Mostly, however, the immature green fruit is used in the...

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Erbsenauberginen in Thailand

Pea eggplant

In Thailand the pea eggplants is an ingredient in many curries. They have a slightly bitter taste still have a crunchy texture even after cooking...

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Phanaeng curry paste

The Phanaeng curry paste is the mildest version of Thai curry pastes. It is used mainly for the preparation of meat dishes. The paste can be...

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Chinesischer Blütenkohl

Pickled Chinese cabbage - Bok Choi

Pickled Chinese cabbage is a very popular vegetable ingredient in many Thai recipes and dishes. It has a mild flavor and is commonly sauteed.


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Rote Curry-Paste in Thailand

Red curry paste

Red curry paste is used for the manufacture of curry dishes. The paste can be prepared using the individual ingredients themselves, or fall back...

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Rote Schalotten in Thailand

Red Shallots / red Thai Onion

Red shallots are used in many recipes of Thai cooking. They have a mild, sweet flavor, and not much bite focus so therefore are often used raw in...

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Rice noodles medium fine

Rice noodles are made from rice flour. Different recipes call for the use of different types of rice noodles. The medium-fine rice noodles are...

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Rice vinegar

Rice vinegar is milder in flavour than most European vinegars, and is less acidic.

Thai: Nam Som Sai Tschu - น้ำส้ม สายชู

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Shitake Pilze in Thailand

Shiitake Mushrooms

The shiitake mushroom was not used as a traditional ingredient in Thai cooking, but is gaining now more and more importance as an ingredient also...

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