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Kuay Tiew (Noodle Soup)

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Kuay Tiew is a famous quick-and-easy soup noodle made from various ingredients and in different ways in different vendors, which make it the top list food in Thailand. It is served in pork, chicken or beef soup with noodle, fresh vegetables and beef, chicken, pork, duck or fish balls.

Kuay Tiew requires the careful process of making. Firstly, you have to cook Thai noodles. You must soak glass noodle in water for 10 to 15 minutes, then plunge them quickly in boiling water and rinse under cold water to keep their color. To cook noodles, you add garlic in oil to offer rich flavor. A soup stock is very important to prepare. It can be cooked from bones of pork, chicken, beef or fish. Some types of vegetables, spices and aroma herbs can be added to richen the flavor and taste of the soup.

Kuay Tiew (Thai noodle) can be enjoyed at any time of a day, from breakfast to dinner. People believe that it has the origin from China by Chinese merchants under the reign of Ayutthaya king (1653 – 1688). Since then, it has made in different ways and become popular throughout the country.

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