Tom Saab Moo roughly translates as spicy pork soup. The soup originated in the Isaan (northeast) area of Thailand, where most of the tastiest food in this country comes from.
This incredibly tasty soup is the less well-known cousin of the staple soup Tom Yum Goong (Shrimp Soup). Saab soups use dried chili flakes, while Yum soups use fresh chili. But it is difficult to define the actual difference. A good way of putting it would be that Tom Saab …
Created June 8, 2016 by: itisclaudio
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