Thai Tom Yum Paste Aroy-D BrandAdd to cart$7.89-14oz
Aroy-D has just created this tom yum paste, which has just the right amount of citrus and sour flavor. We really like it and highly recommend you try.
This high quality product, imported from Thailand, is used to make Tom Yum soup.
Boil 2 cups water then add 3 tablespoons tom yum paste. Add one thick stalk fresh lemongrass (or more if you are working with thinner stalks) cut as shown in photo below. Also add about 1/4 cup sliced fresh galangal. Keep on high simmer then add about 10 raw prawns and cook for a few minutes. Remove from heat then add a tablespoon fish sauce, and fresh lime juice to suit your taste (we did not add any fresh lime juice, as the flavor was already suitable for our taste). Garnish with sliced fresh spring onion and cilantro.
Result is a wonderful, rich authentic tom yum, as we would expect from Aroy-D.
Sealed in a thick plastic pouch and placed in the tub as shown.
Ingredients: lemongrass, Soy bean oil, shallot, sugar, tamarind paste, dried red chilli, galangal, garlic, salt, citric acid, fish sauce, msg, shrimp powder, kaffir lime peel.
Product of Thailand.
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."
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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.
Making a stock is really simple and we use chicken here, but feel free to use a bone-in pork also. You may also like our version of tom yum made with a coconut water base.
It's important to use "prik pao" in your tom yum and we have several brands, with slightly varying tastes depending on your preference. In this recipe we are pleased to use Mae Pranom White Can Prik Pao. We also suggest Mae Pranom Prik Pao, Blue Lid.
Also -- See Our Thai Street Vendor Video: Thai Street Vendor Prepares Tom Yum.