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thin soy sauce healthy boy brand
Light Soy Sauce (thin soy sauce), 10 oz bottle

The most famous brand and widely used soy sauce in Thailand. Superior quality from Healthy Boy, since 1947. Our Thai customers living in United States are very glad that their favorite soy sauce is now just a few mouse clicks away.

Sprinkle a few drops over all Thai dishes for great flavor, and rest assured this is a premium product made using the natural fermentation method in a modern facility with ISO9002 certificate. Please see our feature story on how soy sauce is made.

Saveur Magazine recommends ImportFood.com for Healthy Boy soy sauce.

Ingredients: soy bean, wheat flour, salt water, sugar, preservatives 0.1%. Product of Thailand.

$5.29, one 10 oz bottle thin soy sauce
$9.29, two 10 oz bottles thin soy sauce
Special Offer: 4 Pack. You get 1 bottle each: thin soy, sweet soy, dark thick, and yellow bean sauce.
$19.65, 4 Pack Assorted Soy Sauces
We recommend this product in the following ImportFood.com Thai recipes:
Thai Cashew Chicken , "Gai Pad Med Mamuang Himaphan"
Northern Thai Sausage "Sai Oua"
Grilled Lemongrass Chicken, Gai Yang Takrai
Thai Vegetarian Larb Woonsen, "Larb Woonsen Jae"
Thai Pork Satay, "Moo Satay"
Pork with Galangal, "Kha Mu"
Betel Leaf Salad with Shredded Carrot
Thai Style Fried Mussels, "Hoi Tod"
Thai Prawn Satay with Cucumber Salad
Thai Beef Noodles Soup, "Kuaitiao Neua"
Thai Chicken and Ginger Soup "Gai Joo Khing"
Spicy Thai Chicken Wings, "Peek Gai Nam Daeng"
Soy Sauce and Honey Glazed Turkey
Thai Chicken Soup, "Kaeng Djuut Wunsen Gai"
Khao Soi, Chiang Mai Curry Noodles
Pork in Cabbage Soup
Thai Curried Squid, "Plamuk Patpet"
Thai Rama Chicken, "Praram Long Song"
Thai Steamed Crab, "Bu Ja"
Thai Street Vendor Noodles, "Ba Mee Haeng"
Thai Sesame Chicken Kebabs
Thai Steamed Fish With Ginger And Mushrooms, "Pla Nung Khing Sai Het"
Sriracha-and-Wasabi Deviled Eggs
Thai Stir Fried Vegetables, "Pad Phak Ruam Mitr"
Northern Thai Pork Curry, "Gaeng Hanglay"
Thai Style Fried Fish, "Pla Jian"
Sweet & Sour Spareribs, "See Klong Priao Wan"
Stir Fried Vegetables and Tofu, "Pad Phak Taohu"
Thai-style Noodles Baked in Clay Pot, "Bamee Gai Op Mor Din"
Curried Crab Claws, "Bu Pad Phong Kari"
Curried Squid, "Plamuk Pat Phet"
Thai Vegetables In Coconut Sauce, Phak Tom Kati
Japanese Style: mixed with wasabi
Japanese: Nikujaga
Sambal Sweet Chile Sauce from Martha Stewart
Bean Vermicelli Soup with Pork, "Tom Jude Woonsen"
Thai Five-Spice Soup with Rice Chips, "Kua Chap"
Pork Leg on Rice, "Khao Kha Moo"
Use Thin Soy Sauce to Make Great Thai Marinades:
Thin Soy Sauce: Steamed Buns, Salapao.

Here we demonstrate how simple it is to make those delicious, meat-filled steamed buns that you may have never imagined yourself creating. Follow the steps and checkout our video filmed in Thailand, add some of your own ideas to make a unique filling, and perhaps you can start a new career in the field of steamed buns and dumplings:

Recipe: Steamed Buns, Salapao
Video: Thai Vendor Makes Salapao

New Recipe:
Thai Fried Pork Strips, 'Moo Kratiem Chup Paeng Tod'

This is a marvelous Thai fried pork with thin soy sauce as a key ingredient.

The pork is perfect paired with Thai pineapple chilli sauce.

You might be also interested in our recipe for Thai-Style Fried Chicken.

Moo = Pork. Kratiem = Garlic. Chup = Dip. Paeng = Flour. Tod = Fried. So this is Garlic Pork Flour-Dipped and Fried.

Our Thai batter mix perfectly coats your pork. Our recipe is easy to follow and doesn't take long to make.

See our New Recipe: Thai Fried Pork Strips

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