Instant Tom Yum Paste - Cock BrandAdd to cart16oz - $8.89
Very popular tom yum paste that we sell by case volume to several restaurants who love it.
We are currently shipping this in the generous 16oz jar, Cock brand by Aroy-D. Very high quality and great taste.
This high quality product, imported from Thailand, is used to make Tom Yum soup. Simply add two tablespoons of Instant Tom Yum paste to three cups of boiling water or chicken stock. Add fresh fish, prawns, mussel, scallop, squid, whatever seafood you like. Add your own fresh Thai chile peppers if preferred. Great tom yum!
Lots of creative chefs use it as a base for all sorts of soups.
Packed in a glass jar.
Ingredients: Soy bean oil, lemongrass, salt, shallot, galangal, chili, water, dried shrimp, lime, msg, kaffir lime leaves, citric acid, garlic, sugar, paprika color.
Product of Thailand.
We also offer
tom yum cubes
Tom Yum Soup (canned)
Tom Yum Paste Aroy-D Brand
Our customer Christine in Gaithersburg MD says this about our tom yum paste: "I don't know if you like to know every now and again what customers do with some of your ingredients, but I tought I wouls share this one: I absolutely love steamed clams, but have found they are pretty unbelievable if you steam them with a couple of dollops of the tom yum paste...really fantastic and makes an elegant starter if accompanied by some sprigs of fresh lemon grass."
You might also like our Aroy-D Tom Yum Soup.
Thai Prawn Soup with Lemongrass, 'Tom Yum Goong'
Tom Yum is both hot and sour, and it's one of the main signature dishes that defines Thai flavor. We've perfected this recipe and assure you it tastes great.
Typically a chef will use a pork or chicken stock then add the basic fresh staples to create the tom yum, as in our video: Railroad Chef Prepares Tom Yum. We like to start with a simple vegetable broth instead, so our recipe starts with the broth instructions then continues with how to make the tom yum.
It's important to use "prik pao" in your tom yum and we have several brands, with slightly varying tastes depending on your preference.
Also -- See Our Thai Street Vendor Video: Thai Street Vendor Prepares Tom Yum.