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Khao mun Gai, Thai food

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      Khao mun Gai is the Thai version of Hainanese Chicken and Rice. It is popular among Thais and foreigners in Thailand, but it is rarely served in Thai restaurants in the west. The cuisine is simple to enjoy, and the prices are reasonable.

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Khao mun Gai story

       It’s a classic Chinese dish. For a long time, Hainanese immigrants to Thailand brought this type of food with them. It is available in every region of Thailand and is also popular in Malaysia and Singapore. Khao Mun Gai is also one of the most popular foreign food dishes, along with another Thai dish called Pad Kaprao and Pad Thai. Chicken rice shops can be found all over the neighborhood. As a landmark, there is usually a transparent cabinet with a whole boiled chicken hanging in front of the store. To add variety, some restaurants serve chicken rice with roasted or fried chicken. That tasty chicken rice. The rice must have a soft body.

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       Rice is a grain that does not bloom like steamed rice. But not too harsh. The rice’s oiliness is just right. It’s not even greasy. It is essential to have the aroma of chicken, garlic, and ginger, while the chicken must be boiled at the proper time, the skin is tight, and the chicken is white and does not flake. The sauce is the most important aspect. To the touch, the flavor must be absolute, salty, sour, and sweet. For the ginger to be fragrant and spicy, it must be aged. Finally, they must be delicious and related to each other, such as rice, chicken, and sauce.

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Nutrition information of Khao Mun Gai

       Nutrition information: Chicken meat has a high protein content but a low-fat content. The fat content of 100 grams of chicken is only 8.2 percent. Chicken breasts have the most protein, which aids in muscle development

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Ingredients of Khao mun Gai

       Ingredients of Khao mun Gai: 200 grams steamed rice, 2 ½ cups of chicken stock, 30 grams thinly sliced ginger, 20 grams slightly crushed garlic, A pinch of salt.

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