Tamarind Shrimp Recipe กุ้งผัดซอสมะขาม - Hot Thai Kitchen!
This easy and elegant, sweet and sour dish is going to be a crowd pleaser! Big juicy shrimp, crispy fried shallots, and luscious sauce, what's not to like! If you make the fried shallots in advance, the dish is a snap to make!
How to make fried shallot:
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Baan Sukhawadee, 219 Moo 2 Sukhumvit road, Bang Lamung district, Chon Buri Province. ( 4 )
There is an imposing building along the Sukhumvit road near Phatthaya 10 road. I have passed this building many times travelling into and out of Pattaya. I wondered what it could be for many years, yet never went. At first I thought it was an unusual Temple. However it was not, it turned out to be the home of the largest chicken breeder in Thailand. Baan Sukhawadee or Eden House is owned by Dr. Panya Chotitawan, who owns Saha Farms in Thailand. Saha Farm used to have 30,000 employees. However the number has reduced substantially to about half after the company experienced serious financial problems.
The state owned and run Krung Thai Bank, has agreed in theory to advance about 1,000 million Baht as a helping hand ~ loan for the troubled Saha Farm agro giant to boost its liquidity so that it will be able to carry on with its business. Saha Farms, throughout its 42 year of operation has produced quality frozen chicken products with cleanliness and responsibility to all its customers. They are the largest exporters of chicken products to places like Japan, England, Germany, China, Netherlands and Belgium. Much of the stock is reared and bred using the Cobb U.S. breed, which is considered a good type of bird that gives the highest meat yield and are used as Grandparent stock at their breeding farms in Petchabun Province, in Northern Thailand, commonly called Issan.
Baan Sukhawadee can be found at 219 Moo 2 Sukhumvit road, Bang Lamung district in Chon Buri Province. The house is built in beautifully serene grounds it’s just everything else that’s loud, but in a nice way. Various statues, Images and other sculptures can be found here, for example ~ Lord Buddha at birth Image, the Goddess of Mercy, King Taksin the Great, King Chulalongkorn the Great, who was known as Rama V, he was the fifth monarch of Siam under the House of Chakri. He was known to the Siamese of his time as Phra Phuttha Chao Luang. He is considered one of the greatest kings of Siam. ( Now Thailand ) . His reign was characterized by the modernization of Siam, immense government and social reforms, and territorial cessions to the British Empire and French Indochina. Also a statue of Krom Luang Chumphon Khet Udomsak, the father of the Royal Thai Navy also known as Admiral Prince Krom Luang Chumporn Khet Udomsak was the first member of the Thai royal family to graduate in naval education Having spent his early years studying Naval warfare in England. He was the commanding officer of HTMS Phra Ruang that sailed from Britain to Bangkok.
Baan Sukhawadee is a mansion, function centre, come theme park. It provides a look into the life of a wealthy Thai family. Inside it has a collection of Thai, Greek, Roman, Classical European, Buddhist, Catholic, Hindu, Muslim and Hollywood architecture, art sculpture, and unusual objet d'art. It is an iconic museum to all that is beautiful. The public can visit during opening hours and the charges are:~
Adults Thai 180 Baht
Adults foreign 500 Baht.
Students with student card 90 Baht.
Seniors 60 + 90 Baht.
Monks with card Free.
Child Thai and foreign,
Height less than 100 cm. Free.
Height 100 to 120 cm. 90 Baht.
Over 120 cm. 180 Baht