delicious Thai satay (peanut) sauce

Delicious Thai satay in (peanut) sauce

Make authentic, delicious Thai satay (peanut) sauce with this high quality product. Simply mix with coconut milk. A convenient envelope packet, enough to make one large serving. Also see our ready-made peanut sauce with marinade.

delicious Thai satay (peanut) sauce

Originally from Indonesia, chicken and beef satay are cooked over charcoal and are very popular all over the country. The meat can be marinated for as much as 24 hours in advance. An alternative method of cooking is to barbecue the meat over gas or an electric grill.

Satay is a common item at Thai restaurants. It actually originated from Indonesia and Malaysia. It is a simple dish to serve as an appetizer for parties or BBQs. It can be made with chicken or pork. Satay refers to the method of cooking not the sauce. The meat is skewered then grilled. Meat on a stick. What can be more wonderful.

Satay Sauce Powder – Lobo (50g)

Satay Seasoning Mix – Lobo (100g)

Lobo: Globo Foods started to produce and market the first of Thai Instant Seasoning.
Instant Seasoning / Curry : Lobo Brand

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Sour Vegetable Curry Paste by Lobo

Kaeng-Som Koong

KAENG-SOM KOONG (SOUR VEGETABLE AND SHRIMP SOUP) Sour Vegetable Curry Paste by Lobo can be adapted to cook various yummy dishes beyond your imagination.


Sour Vegetable Curry Paste – Lobo (50g)

“Som” means orange colour. The sweet and sour taste of “Kaang Som” soup is light and unique. This is one of a few non-coconut curries in Thailand central plains. Curry usually prepared with fish or shrimp and green papaya. Sour Vegetable Curry Paste is a mixture of shallots, dried red chillies, salt, shrimp paste.

Lobo: Globo Foods started to produce and market the first of Thai Instant Seasoning.
All Instant Seasoning / Curry : Lobo Brand

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easy one-pot seafood dish cooked with subtle Chinese herbs and spice

Goong-Ob-Woon-Sen (Shrimp Noodle Clay Pot)

Potted Seafood Seasoning Paste by Lobo can be adapted to cook various yummy dishes beyond your imagination.

KINKIN and LOBO will show you how to make home-made Shrimp Noodle Clay Pot. It’s so unbelievably easy and delicious that you will no longer order it at any famous Chinese restaurants.

A very easy one-pot seafood dish cooked with subtle Chinese herbs and spices. Always found in luxurious Chinese restaurants, king crab claws or whole lobsters are served in the hot clay pot they are cooked in. Potted Seafood Seasoning helps make hot clay dishes with seafood, such as prawns, mussels so much easier.

Potted Seafood Seasoning Paste – Lobo (60g)

Lobo: Globo Foods started to produce and market the first of Thai Instant Seasoning.
All Instant Seasoning / Curry : Lobo Brand

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Generally, shopping in Thailand is easy

Shopping Advice / Tips

Fixed prices are the norm in department stores and a number of shops in Bangkok, but at most other places bargaining are acceptable and expected. Generally you can obtain a final figure of between 10 to 30 percent lower than the original asking price. There are no hard-and-fast rules for bargaining, and much depends on your skills and the shopkeeper’s mood. But remember Thais appreciate god manners and a sense of humour, and they are put off by loud voices and loss of temper. With patience and a broad smile you will not only get a better price, you’ll also enjoy shopping as an art.

enjoy shopping as an art.

  • Generally, shopping in Thailand is easy, fun and very rewarding, but the following advice is useful especially when making gem and jewellery purchases:
  • Never let a tout or a new-found friend take you shopping. Stores give commissions to these people and that cost is reflected in the price you pay.
  • Choose a shop carefully. With gems, for example, make sure it is a specialist in that field and not simply a general souvenir store.
  • Shops in hotel arcades pay high rents and accordingly prices tend to be higher than at street shops. On the other hand, hotel arcades are very convenient if you have little time for shopping. Moreover, prestigious hotels generally attract quality shops.
  • Shop around to compare prices, though be sure to make comparisons between like items– this is especially important with gems and jewellery.
  • Assess the sales assistants. Do they appear knowledgeable? Are they willing to discuss an item’s bad as well as good points.
  • Take your time, never let a shop assistant pressure you into a purchase.
  • Reputable shops will give a written agreement to a full refund on any goods returned within 90 days. If a shop refuses to do this, go elsewhere.
  • Obtain a receipt for goods bought and check it is correct before leaving the shop.
  • Ultimately, your best guide is what you like. Don’t , for example, buy gems or jewellery for the purpose of re-sale or investment. They may have such appreciation potential, but there are no guarantees. Shop for pleasure not for profit.Reference : Originally published by Thai Bazaar Intertrade Co., Ltd,
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OTOP stands for ‘One Tambon (meaning sub-district) One Product’. It is a local


OTOP stands for ‘One Tambon (meaning sub-district) One Product’. It is a local entrepreneurship stimulus program which aims to support the unique locally made and marketed products of each Thai tambon all over Thailand.

OTOP drew its inspiration from Japan’s successful One Village One Product (OVOP) programme, and encourages village communities to improve local product quality and marketing. It selects one superior product from each tambon to receive formal branding as a “starred OTOP product”, and provides a local and international stage for the promotion of these products.

OTOP products cover a large array of local products, including handicrafts, cotton and silk garments, pottery, fashion accessories, household items, and foods. So far a number of product groups have been classified for promotion; these include food items and beverages, textiles and clothing, woven handicrafts, artistry items, gifts, household and decorative items, and non-edible herbal products. These cover traditional items made in village communities, each lovingly crafted with the inimitable flavours and style of their localities.

OTOP stands for ‘One Tambon (meaning sub-district) One Product’. It is a local

Different regions are noted for specific types of products. Highlights of products from different regions in Thailand include:

Superb handicrafts, particularly carved wood, silverware, specialty paper products, ceramics, bamboo baskets, cotton fabrics and silver jewellery from hill-tribe minorities.

It is a tradition in the Northeast for villagers to make two sets of clothes – everyday work clothes and high quality silk items created with outstanding skill for special occasions like weddings and festivals. These latter items are being selected as OTOP products. Silk and cotton fabrics, especially tie-dyed mudmee designs. The most famous are Lai Khid and Phrae Wa silks. Other items include reed mats, baskets woven from water hyacinth and triangular pillows.

Traditional handicrafts of bamboo and bai lan, great earthen pots, Dan Kwian and Koh Kred pottery and terra cotta items.

Famed for its fruits, fresh and processed, as well as bamboo and rattan baskets, reed mats and mudmee fabrics.

Batik fabrics, woven products from lipao, bulrush and panan pandanus, mother-of-pearl inlays and carved wood products.

Village-made OTOP products are selected for promotion because of their quality and export potential. Many of the silks and Benjarong ceramics, for instance, are works of art, intricately and lovingly crafted by hand.

The project has strong government support on many levels – identifying potential OTOP products, providing advice on production, quality control, packaging and designs that make them even more attractive to domestic and export markets. The entire OTOP product cycle comes under the supervision of a National OTOP Committee, with regional and provincial level committees to assist in identifying, developing and grading OTOP products.

Cr. Royal Thai Embassy Singapore.


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