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Sukhothaï seasoning for soup

Sukhothaï seasoning for soup

Discover the Flavor of Sukhothai Soup Spices

Enhance your soups and broths! Combine a spoonful of this blend with some fresh aromatic herbs in your soup. A delight!

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How to Incorporate Sukhothai Soup Spices into Your Cooking?

You can use them to prepare a traditional Sukhothai soup by adding them to a chicken or vegetable broth, along with rice noodles, crunchy vegetables, and fresh herbs like cilantro and mint. These spices can also be sprinkled on chicken or tofu before grilling, or added to vegetable stir-fries for an authentic touch of Thai flavors.

A Few Recipe Ideas for Using Sukhothai Soup Spices

  • - Sukhothai Tom Yum Soup: Heat chicken or vegetable broth in a pot and add Sukhothai soup spices to taste. Add shrimp, mushrooms, lime juice, lemongrass, chili paste, galangal, and coriander leaves;
  • - Green Chicken Curry: In a skillet, heat coconut oil and add Sukhothai soup spices with green curry paste. Add diced chicken and sauté until golden. Stir in coconut milk, choice of vegetables, then simmer until chicken is cooked and vegetables are tender;
  • - Thai Fried Rice: Heat oil in a wok and add minced garlic, shrimp, beaten eggs, and vegetables like snow peas and green onions. Add cooked rice, then season with Sukhothai soup spices. Mix well and cook until rice is heated through and ingredients are well incorporated;
  • - Marinated Chicken Skewers: Mix Sukhothai soup spices with olive oil, lime juice, and honey to create a marinade. Coat chicken pieces in the marinade and let them marinate for at least an hour. Thread chicken pieces onto skewers and grill until cooked through.

A Journey to Thailand Through Sukhothai Soup Spices

This typical blend of Thai cuisine combines ingredients such as chili, lemongrass, galangal, lime, kaffir lime leaves, and other aromatic herbs. Together, they create a balanced flavor profile with spicy, citrusy, and herbaceous notes, offering an authentic and exotic culinary experience.

The Origin of Sukhothai Soup

Sukhothai soup, also known as "Khanom Jeen Nam Ngiao", originates from Sukhothai, the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Siam, a historical gem located between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Its name comes from the Khmers, who called the Thais "śyāma" (dark in Sanskrit) because of their skin color. This city, inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991, boasts impressive ruins, witnesses to its glorious past.

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Allergen Sulfites / Sulphites
Native country France
Ingredients coriander, ginger, orange, cumin, turmeric, garlic (SULPHITES).
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.

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