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Yay! Finally, I can join with you all guys to cook together virtually. Masak Bareng Yuuk means Let’s Cook Together. This event was developed by Ayin of AG’s Food, Deetha of …Mlebu Pawon…, and Shinta of Berkreasi di Dapur Mungil.


This month theme is Tom Yum Goong, the famous sour and spicy Thai prawn/shrimp soup. In this event, I enhanced the Tom Yum Goong with Freshwater Prawns (Indonesian: Udang Galah) as Bee of Rasa Malaysia suggested where she got the recipe from another foodie native Thai, Chez Pim. Followed her aunt recipe, Nam-prik Pao (Thai chili paste) has been added as well as Pak Chee Farang as the reference from Austin Bush, an American Photographer who currently resides in Thailand.

Tom Yam Goong
adapted from Chez Pim, Rasa Malaysia, and Austin Bush; modified by me

Ingredients:
1/2 kg freshwater prawns (Indonesian: udang galah), it’s about 5 pieces
6 cups water
one big handful of kaffir lime leaves
2-3 lemongrass, discard the outer layers and cut to 2′ pieces
4 cm long (2 cm diameter) galangal, peeled and thick sliced
1 cup sliced mushrooms, in this case I used King Oyster Mushroom and Shittake
juice from 3 limes, you may need more
¼ cup Nam Pla (Thai fish sauce)
2 tbsp of Nam-prik Pao
7 pak chee farang (sawtooth coriander)
a few bird eye chillies

Pak Chee FarangDirections:
Preparation to make the stock:
1. Rinse all prawns.
2. Peel the heads and shells of 2 prawns, reserve them.
3. Squeeze the fat out from the heads and reserve in a separate bowl.
4. Combine 2 headless and skinless prawns with 3 other full body prawns in another separate bowl.

Make the Stock:
1. Heat the shells, heads, in a pot with the water.
2. Bruise the kaffir lime leaves and smash the lemongrass and galangal a bit and throw them into the pot.
3. Reserve a few kaffir lime leaves, a slice or two of galangal, and some lemongrass for the soup later.
4. After the water come to a full boil, lower the heat to simmer and continue to cook for about 5 minutes. Strain, crush the shells and heads well to squeeze all the delicious taste from them.

Tom Yum Goong:
1. Heat the stock to a boil, add king oyster mushroom and the full body prawns, cook for 10 minutes.
2. Add the headless and skinless prawns, prawn fat, shittake mushrooms, and the rest of the kaffir lime leaves and lemongrass.
3. When the prawns are just done (take care not to overcook the shrimps), turn the heat off. Season with fish sauce, lime juice, sliced bird eyes chilies, Nam-prik Pao, and sliced pak chee farang.

Note:
* Throw extra whole chillies, so you can smash them up if you like hotter taste. In case, you serve for other people, this way everyone can control the heat. The taste should be sour, salty, hot, with a slight sweetness at the end.
*Just like other Thais, I enjoyed this with steamed white rice.

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  1. Elsye January 29, 2009 At 12:44 AMgue pengennnnn..mengundang selera bangetsReply
  2. Rurie January 29, 2009 At 1:03 AMWeh udangnya gede amir 😀 nyam…punyaku udah keluar juga tuh Pep.Reply
  3. Indonesia-Eats January 29, 2009 At 1:19 [email protected] Elsye: [email protected] Rurie: jenenge wae udang galah bokkkReply
  4. Tuty January 29, 2009 At 4:13 AMYum…. my saliva glands went to overdrive. If we buy this at Thai restaurant, it must have cost a fortune!!!Reply
  5. A.G January 29, 2009 At 6:38 AMiku gosong sek rasa cilantro jg kan… soale pas maem pho bo dicepaki godong gituan hehe…udange iku tiger prawn ya sek larang huhu… disini mahal bangetReply
  6. Indonesia-Eats January 29, 2009 At 6:40 AMbukan Yin, bukan tiger prawn ini jenis freshwater prawn di Indo disebut udang galah. kalo tiger prawn ini bhs Indonya udang winduReply
  7. pigpigscorner January 29, 2009 At 11:13 AMWow looks really delicious esp with the huge prawn poking out! hmm…I’ve never came across sawtooth coriander before, interesting.Reply
  8. Indonesia-Eats January 29, 2009 At 11:33 AMThe huge prawns with fatty heads were really yummy.Reply
  9. Selba January 29, 2009 At 11:46 AMI love Tom Yum Goong especially the seafood 🙂Reply
  10. Indonesia-Eats January 29, 2009 At 11:48 AMHi Selba, I recalled one of Thai restaurant in town, One Night in Bangkok. This restaurant calls the seafood tom yum as po tak. I should ask what that means.Reply
  11. Kevin January 29, 2009 At 1:05 PMThat looks good. I am going to have to try cooking full prawns with the head and shell.Reply
  12. Chera January 29, 2009 At 2:28 PMUdangnya wenak tenan tuh 😉Reply
  13. J January 29, 2009 At 4:10 PMsalam kenal juga.. 🙂 wah pas banget di bawahnya ada resep gado2. lagi pengen bikin nih. boleh nyomot resepnya? 🙂Reply
  14. Shinta January 29, 2009 At 6:25 PMmbak Pep, pasti rasanya mantap banget ya karenapake udang galah.Mau dong semangkok, plus nasi juga ya… :))Reply
  15. deeTha January 29, 2009 At 6:30 PMmbok.. aku datang… iki udang leh mu mancing ng danau wingi yo? wkwkwk guedi tenan. tom yum mu abang ky sg ng Thai.. 😀 sorry mbok, aku bbrp hr iki lg g enak body 🙁 iki mau bar dikeroki..hiks…Reply
  16. Salt N Turmeric January 30, 2009 At 2:34 AMThat looks good with the udang galah. I have a box of them in the freezer still. Gotta cook something soon. I have yet to make tom yum fr scratch. Have always used the ready-made paste. lol.p.s. I linked my blog to yours ya?Reply
  17. Cynthia January 30, 2009 At 8:01 AMokay, this seems simple enough that I can make. It looks so good. Wish I could have a big bowl of it right now :)That herb you have in the class there is known as chadon beni in these parts. It is very popular in the cuisine of Trinidad & Tobago.Reply
  18. Netts Nook January 31, 2009 At 4:32 AMCan’t wait to try. Thanks for sharing.Reply
  19. noobcook February 1, 2009 At 11:24 AMI love love love tom yum and yours look really professional and spicy 😀Reply
  20. Pho Bo Recipe (Vietnamese Beef Rice Noodle Soup) | Indonesia Eats September 18, 2011 At 10:24 AM[…] SERVINGS 2 packages of fresh banh pho (rice noodles)=> you can always use dried banh pho cooked sliced beef*, beef tendon*, tripes*, beefballs (mostly Vietnamese restaurants in North America serve only with cooked sliced beef and beefballs) cilantro, finely chopped green onions, finely chopped half an onion, thinly sliced bean sprouts Thai basil limes, sliced in quarters bird’s eye chilies culantro (sawtooth coriander or ngo gai) […]Reply

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