Thursday, 19 May 2011

Why Muslim shouldn't dine at non-Muslim eateries-II

The following dish is called Kaeng Liang which is a spicy herb vegetable soup.'s vegetable soup but check out the recipe:

Kaeng Liang
(Spicy herb vegetables soup)

How to cook

1. Add Kaeng Liaeng soup in a pot, bring to boil.

2. Add sliced pumpkins first and then add other vegetables such as sponge gourd, mushrooms and ivy gourd. Bring to boil. Remove from the heat and then sprinkle lemon basil.

3. Ready to serve.

Kaeng Liang Soup

How to cook

1. Pound dried shrimps finely. Add pepper, Thai chilies, shrimp paste and shallots in the mortar and pound finely.
2. Put Kaeng Liaeng paste and water in a pot. Add food seasoning and bring to boil.

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jul said...

gud info

nurul said...

thanx a lot lynn, your blog is very informative...
but my concern now is wether bangkok is still safe to visit, i plan my visit to bangkok in mid of june...

LYNN said...

It's my pleasure. It has always been safe despite the demos now and then, insyaAllah. It would be good to avoid putting up at 'hot' areas such as the Central World;)

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Lynn, Sawatdee, nice blog. Just curious why Muslims shouldn't dine at non-muslims place? No thalal?
The last time I was in Bangkok was in '68.
Hope the problems in Bangkok has been solved.
Have a nice day and keep a song in your heart.

LYNN said...

Dear Uncle Lee, thanks for liking my blog. Kindly refer to the recipe above. Even if it's vegetable soup, pork flavoured stock is added to it thus making the vegetable dish no longer halal and cannot be consumed by Muslims;)
Bangkok is now heated up due to the coming 3rd July 2011 General Election.

Anonymous said...

Salam kak leen, do u know any halal hotel near sukhumvit or maybe around siam is ok, please let me know if u have any website or information about that, thank you in advance n im looking forward to hear frm u soon :-)

LYNN said...

Dear Anonymous, kindly drop me a line at, yeah.

ameero said...

Asslamualaikum w.b.t,
Sawat dee khun Lynn,

I stumbled upon your blog while 'googled' halal food in Bangkok.Its very usefull for muslim brothers and sisters who wish to visit Bangkok.Thank very much for an effort that your goodself have put on.

Khawp khun kharp

saifudin said...

Salam Lynn,

I'm going to Bangkok tomorrow night. staying small hotel called Ten Ten but not sure the road name. This are my 2nd visit to Bangkok.