southeast asian salmon soup I’m not really sure what to call this but it’s definitely in the realm of Hmong/Lao/Thai food because of the ingredients used. The base of this recipe uses salmon heads and bones which are usually very cheap at the grocery store. It really adds so much flavor to the broth and you can pick off the meat when it’s done cooking. I also know galangal and lime leaves are hard to find, but it really makes a difference in elevating the flavour. — written recipe 📝 shopping list salmon (bones + head included) chicken broth lemongrass ginger bay leaves galangal lime leaves white rice birds eye chili (thai chili pepper) salt + fish sauce chili oil cilantro + lime scallions written recipes link to ingredients instagram 🍵 .
So what happened to the fish head?
Zombie fish bombastic side eye
can you add it in your website
i have been finding it there but i can not find it please
Us bengali love fish head, it's truly the best part!
The more gorgious they look the more weird things they eat…
Be careful what Salmon you eat.
So legit, Jasmine 🤤
How does it end up getting that red-ish hue? 😮 I've watched the video several times and haven't figured it out… Did you maybe add chilli oil or something like that when you weren't filming? Or is it from the salmon?
that looks sooooo yummy 😭
Ntxim qab ua luaj;)
Salmon head is notoriously fishy. It needs some proper aromatics to offset that taste.
How did you make the gelatinous chicken broth? I would love a recipe!
looks so good! here in the philippines we also use salmon head for sinigang! <3
Remember, people: Do Not Yuck Other’s Yum ☺️
Not the fish side-eyeing you 😅
Love your videos and please do more convience store videos please
Am I the only one that thinks that fish heads meat is so good
Missed opportunity for a picnic if you ask me
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