Thai Food Cooking Tutorial: Dtom Sab!

0 Thai Food Cooking Tutorial: Dtom Sab!http://www.JoysThaiFood.com – my site!

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!

Duration : 0:7:23


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10 Comments

  1. msyxtyx says:

    @TryThaiFood Aww …
    @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!!!

  2. TryThaiFood says:

    @komokujin
    Hi! I …

    @komokujin
    Hi! I found one instant bar of broth… :) I will update the photo on my blog as soon as I get the camera ready. It is charging right now. Once I have it update, I’ll send you a message.

  3. TryThaiFood says:

    @brownhugo
    Please …

    @brownhugo
    Please try that ka! :) It is very easy. With hot Jasmine rice and have that for lunch.. Aroi Mak!!

  4. TryThaiFood says:

    @oumsker
    เอิ้กๆๆๆ …

    @oumsker
    เอิ้กๆๆๆ อุ๋มเอ๋ยย จัดเต็มให้ตัวเองหนึ่งถ้วย ด่วน! :)

  5. TryThaiFood says:

    @msyxtyx

    @msyxtyx
    Muhaaahaaahaa… my mom talks about Nam EVERY DAY since she saw the soft bone from pork. Do you know it taste the best??? :) fermented soft bone… YUM!!!

    But with my mom health condition, doctor tell her to stop fermented stuff.. She requests to have her Plara for an exemption… I will do that in the soon future as it is also my favorite. :)

  6. komokujin says:

    I don’t think there …
    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.

  7. whadidusay says:

    that looks great …
    that looks great with some rice yummmm….

  8. oumsker says:


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  9. msyxtyx says:

    I’m sooooo glad …
    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

  10. brownhugo says:

    Pork Bone Ribs are …
    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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