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The Lanna Eating Culture
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Acknowledgements
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Chiang Mai University Library in collaboration with Information Technology Service Center
 
 
Aep kung Information of Expert
 
ʹٻ˭Aep kung
 
            Small Prawns are preferable. The prawns are mixed into the chili paste and wrapped in banana leaves and grilled on a low fire. The cooking method is the same as that of other kinds of aep. (Rattana Phromphichai, 1999, p. 8111; Amphon Moliphan, personal communication, June 26, 2007)
 
Ingredients
1. Small Prawns200 Gm.
2. Leaves of Ginger1/2 Cup
Curry
1. Bird chili20
2. Shallots10
3. Garlic20 Cloves
4. Sliced Lemongrass2 Tbsp.
5. Sliced Galangal2 Tbsp.
6. Sliced Tumeric 1 Tbsp.
7. Shrimp paste1/2 Tbsp.
8. Salt1/2 Tsp.
Cooking method of Aep kung
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1. Pound together the ingredients for chili paste until a fine paste.
2. Wash prawns really clean and mix into chili paste.
3. Add finely sliced young ginger leaves.
4. Spoon mixture (2-3 tbsp.) onto 2 layers of 8 wide banana leaves
5. Secure with toothpicks to form a rectangle.
6. Grill on a low fire for 30-45 minutes
7. Constantly turn over leaves turn brown and get crispy.
 

Rattana Phromphichai. (1999). Aep. In Saranukrom Wattanathamthai Phak Nuea (Vol.15, pp.8111-8112).
Bangkok: The Siam Commercial Bank Foundation for the EncyclopediaofThai Culture.