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Tom yum po-tak ta-lay

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Ingredients (3)

  • * 100 grams green mussel, cleaned * 100 grams crab, chopped into small pieces * 80 grams red sea bass , sliced * 80 grams squid, scored and sliced
  • * 80 grams medium-sized shrimps, cleaned, shelled and deviened * 1/4 cup mushrooms, peel black skin and cut in half * 2 tablespoons galangal, sliced * 2 tablespoons fish sauce * 3 tablespoons lime juice * 5-10 chillies, crushed
  • * 2 lemomgrass, sliced 2 inch long and crushed * 3 kaffir lime leaves, shredded * 1/2 cup basil leaves * 2 cup vegetable stock or water * coriander leaves (for garnishing)
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Tom yum po-tak ta-lay

Instructions

  1. 1Heat vegetable stock or water in a big pot. Wait until boiling, add lemongrass, galangal and kaffir lime leaves then wait for another 5 minutes.
  1. 1Add green mussel, crab, red sea bass, squid, shrimps and mushrooms in the boiling water for 4 minutes or until all ingredients cooked.
  2. 2. Add basil and fish sauce, lime juice, crushed chilies. Remove from heat and transfer to a serving bowl. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve immediately with hot steamed rice.
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