I went to Penzey's Spices a few weeks ago and struck up a conversation with a fellow shopper. She mentioned enjoying Thai cooking. I told her I was just getting into Thai cooking and she recommended galangal. She said it was like ginger but more floral and it would give my dishes a more authentic taste. After adding to this soup, I'm sold. It really helped the flavor and made the dish seem restaurant quality.
This soup took some effort but was well worth it in the end.
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Your soup sounds amazing! Almost worth getting sick for! ;)ReplyDelete
I feel the need for a Penzey's order! Thanks for the spice tip.ReplyDelete
I've never heard of galangal, but might need some ;-)ReplyDelete
Isn't Penzey's wonderful?
I need to make a Penzey's stop soon too. And thanks for the galangal, I have never heard of it.ReplyDelete
Don't you love it when someone takes the time to talk to each other!! So glad that you are loving this Thai soup!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh, that looks SOOOO good! I love Thai foods. I made homemade Tom Yum soup once - it took me a while to find all the ingredients, but it was worth it!ReplyDelete
Hope you are feeling better soon - that soup should do the trick!
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