Ramadan 1433: Thailand
For Thailand, H made a model of a house on stilts, S made Pad Thai, and I spent quite some time looking at recipes of how to make it, and they made a flag too. We made the Pad Thai again yesterday for the community potluck iftar. I’ve never had reason to use a lot of fish oil before but now I do. Pad Thai’s good!! Except we don’t put peanuts on it.
Islam in Thailand PPT presentation
H making the roof
the body of the house
the house all done…I adore the stairs! so this is the house, from the front.
The back of the house
what we know as Kuey Teow. We use it too in Malaysian cuisine, which probably originated from the Chinese or the Thais to the north. It’s been a while since I cooked kuey teow. The kids like it.
S making the Pad Thai sauce . She only used minced garlic, palm sugar, tamarind pulp, and fish sauce. Then we practically fried the kuey teow our way instead of following the recipe to the T.
It was done right before Iftar, so we didn’t have very good lighting. This was the best shot I could get.
But now, S knows how to make the sauce and she already knows how to fry noodles, so we can inshaAllah easily make our own version of Pad Thai now.