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Tomyumkung

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A great recipe for a Thai soup, it very spicy and very sour!!!!!!!

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Ingredients

  • 1 liter of water
  • 3 tomatoes
  • 8 shrimps
  • 2 octopus
  • 5 chilies
  • 5 lemon
  • 1 spoon of sauce
  • a litter bit of salt
  • a little bit of sugar
  • 2 spoon of chili tribes
  • 2 lemongrass
  • 1 parsley

Method

    1. Pour 1 liter of water of water into a measuring jug. Pour the water into the pot, wait for about 5 min (use a high heat).
    2. Slice the octopus and wash the shrimps then put it into the pot. Wait about 5 min (use a medium heat).
    3. Slice the tomatoes then put it into the pot. Slice the chilies and also slice the lemons. After that bring the lemons to squeeze.
    4. Slice the lemongrass (only the bottom of it).
    5. Then we put chilies and lemon juice into the pot. Put a spoon of sauce and also put a little bit of salt and sugar. Also put a chili tribes in.
    6. Slice the parsley, then put it on the top of the bowl. Serve using a ladle

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