What is Khao?
Khao (Thai: เขา, pronounced [kʰǎw]), the term for ‘mountain’ in Central and Southern Thailand; see List of mountains in Thailand. Khao (Thai: ข้าว, pronounced [kʰâːw]), the term for ‘rice’ in the Thai and Lao languages; see Rice production in Thailand and Rice production in Laos.
Is Khao Soi good for you?
Khao Soi is super satisfying and contains healthy middle chain fatty acids from the coconut milk, which are not only good for your waistline, they are good for your brain too. If you would like to keep the dish low carb, you can enjoy the Khao Soi over thin zucchini noodles instead of egg noodles.
What does Khao Soi taste like?
Khao Soi tastes like spicy red and green curry, but it is served as a soup that has more spices that add richness and flavor. Khao Soi has a spicy broth that melds together coconut cream and red curry paste.
Where did Khao Soi originate?
How many calories is Khao Soi?
|0.295 cup||chicken broth||4|
|72.32 grams||boneless chicken thigh||119|
|159.44 g||egg noodles||220|
|0.443 tbsp||fish sauce||3|
Who invented Khao Soi?
|Chicken khao soi with fermented vegetables, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand|
|Alternative names||Khao soy|
|Region or state||Northern Thailand, Northern Laos and Shan State|
|Associated national cuisine||Myanmar, Laos and Thailand|
|Created by||Chin Haw|
Is chicken noodle soup good for cholesterol?
Continued. Chicken broth also contains selenium. That helps prevent and manage cardiovascular diseases and complications, including strokes, and high cholesterol.