Tom Yam Kung is very common in Thailand and can be said to be a representative of Thai food. In the name of Tom Yam Kung, "冬阴" means hot and sour, "gong" means shrimp, and the translation is actually hot and sour shrimp soup. Tom Yam Kung has a spicy taste and a large amount of curry. The thick and unique taste makes it easy for people to remember it.
Ingredients: 1 kg of sea shrimp, 3 pieces of lemongrass, 1 piece of ginger, several heads of coriander, half a catty of mushrooms, 2 pieces of chili, 3 tablespoons of Thai green curry sauce, half cup of lemon juice, 1 cup of coconut milk, 1 fish sauce Spoon, 1 scoop of sugar, 4 cups of chicken soup, 1 tsp of salt
Chicken soup, ginger, lemongrass and coriander heads are boiled in a pan
Add the green curry paste after adding the mushrooms to the boil
Add shrimp after boiling
Add chili, fish sauce, lemon juice and white sugar
After boiling, finally add coconut milk and salt to taste
For the curry of Tom Yam Kung, it is best to use green curry. The green curry sauce is blue-green because it uses materials such as alfalfa and lime. Adding coconut sauce to reduce the spicy taste and enhance the aroma, and the addition of lemongrass, fish sauce, bay leaf and other spices, make the green curry flavor more unique, it is precisely because of the combination of these spices, the country of Thailand Soup: Tom Yum Kung soup. Eating curry can prevent cancer and is good for the heart. It should be noted that people with stomach problems should eat less curry. Curry is a spicy food. It is best to eat with some cool vegetables at the same time, such as potatoes, mushrooms, melon, loofah, cabbage, etc., can play a role in detoxification and fire.