Mang Man Chili Paste North Food

Mang Man Chili Paste North Food

Mang Man Chili Paste North Food

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Mang Man Chili Paste North Food Rare and expensive seasonal food, a rare ingredient called arachnid, is a small, clay-winged ant that lives under the burrow.Both males and females contain eggs, and the Lanna people are called Te. It will be there during the month. May to early June, preferring to eat female insects Because it tastes sweet and delicious because arachnids are more bitter.
 
Mang Man Chili Paste Therefore it is northern food according to the season Which is a raw material that can be obtained from nature It is commonly eaten with hot steamed rice or sticky rice.Side dishes include Cha-om, long beans and gourd, which is a sprouted vegetable in rainy season.The taste is oily, spicy and mellow.
 
The way of life, the way of life of the community of the northern people living in the forest And living in the forest By being a dependent community What would they do with the larvae obtained from this forest? Northern local food Most of them will receive a culture from many peoples. Since the North of Thailand had been part of the Lanna Kingdom before. And later to spread the territory into neighboring countries such as Laos, Burma and many people who migrated to settle in this land. Northern Thai food is made with sticky rice as the main ingredient. Popular to eat with different types of chili paste and a side dish of boiled vegetables.
 
North Foods There are various types such as curry type, roasted type, braised type, screen type, fried type, spicy / yum type, chili paste type, steamed type, grilled / roasted / fried type, donut type, Laab / loo type, saute type, Marinade, ox type, Ugh / Hoom type, country house ab, and various snacks and snacks. You can see that northern food Or local food of Thai people Unique Popular without sugar In which the sweetness of food is obtained from the introduction of ingredients to cook Whether it is the sweetness of vegetables, fish or animal fat. Is the sweetness of nature Which is special that is a blend of food culture from many people.
 
Raw material
- Mang Man
- Salt
- Fish sauce
- Vegetable oil
- Roasted Dried Chili
- Garlic
- Blanched Vegetables
 
How to do it
1. Take it and wash it thoroughly. Finished, then bring the lizard to drain the water.
2. Set the pan to roast it. Add a little oil and roast until slightly cooked, then season with salt and fish sauce and set aside to set aside.
3. Heat the pan, add oil and roast the dried chilies Finished and set up a mortar Add dried chilies that have been cooked, then add the garlic to pound thoroughly, then divide the roasted nuts down and mix again. When pounding finely, then season with fish sauce. And a pinch of salt After that, add warm water to it. Eat with a side dish of boiled vegetables.
 

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