Thai Food Cooking Tutorial: Dtom Sab!

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This is how to make a local Thai food favorite – Dtom Sab. I learned to make this Thai cuisine from my family in the northeast (isaan) Thailand. It is delicious!

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IMSTuner says:

I enjoy watching your videos and keep up the good work.

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whadidusay says:

Miss your videos, wish you came back!!

yeswords1 says:

Do you know what the dish is called. You eat it with fish sauce and ground thai chili. and i belive it is beef that you dip it in.

piesaregreatyumyum says:

@TryThaiFood. Looks very nice. One of my Favorite dishes to have when I'm in Thailand. Do you have a video for, Gaeng Par. Cheers.

Robert West says:

Looks good and easy to make

Ryan Valdez says:

I love Thai food! 😀
Thank you for this video

piesaregreatyumyum says:

@TryThaiFood. Thanks for this. Could you please tell me again the name of the herb or vegetabe you showed, after the, crushed Coriander root. You said Think it began with an S. Not sure. Love this dish in Thailand.

famgi5 says:

Thats looks so good right now wish I can get ingredients at my local store to make it

November Moon says:

i love how you keep everything extra clean . all your recipes look very good.

Thunyaras PL says:

That if original thai food should use celery and put on lemon juice with pound chili isn't use chili powder but this look be appetizing also.

booterstownie says:

I would just cook the soft bone and strain it for the flavor, then add back the veggies and maybe some more veggies. Maybe your husband would like that.

Baby Girlz says:

Im hungry]

I love Dtom Sab,..

loginz1176 says:

หาติวโตเรียลภาษาไทยแบบละเอียดอย่างนี้ไม่ได้เลย -0-
ขอลอกสูตรด้วยคนนะครับ ขอบคุณจริงๆ ติวโตเรียลละเอียดมาก 🙂

Maeshoua Y says:

@TryThaiFood Aww I'm sorry to hear about your mom, I know how much it sucks when your suspended from eating your favorite food = ( . I LOVE SOFT BONE!!! wow that's the perfect combo then! I can't wait for your tutorial! =DDD & thnk you for doing what you do, everyday my husband gets to eat yummy dishes because of you!!!

komokujin says:

I don't think there are stock powders that don't use msg. If the label doesn't say msg it usually has it disquised under another name, that's the way it is in America atleast. Can this be made without any stock powder? Should it be made with a natural home made stock instead or can it just be left out? I know it would be delicious with it in there but I am health concious and wish not to use MSG.

whadidusay says:

that looks great with some rice yummmm….

oumsker says:

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Maeshoua Y says:

I'm sooooo glad your back & cooking!!! I've literally tried all of your food tutorials!!! Hmmm I have a request also….Do you know how to make Nam? Spicy Thai Fermented Pork Sausages? I'd love if you can make a tutorial for that =DDD

Hugo James Brown says:

Pork Bone Ribs are nice… I love Dtom Sab , but not many make it in Australia…. I really like these new tutorials joy… Khob khun Krub

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