Sun-dried salted fish
Origin and meaning of the product.
Sun-dried fish is a traditional food of Thai people. It originated from a local wisdom that villagers used in the past to preserve food. The fish is a good source of protein and calcium. It is usually made from fresh, whole fish that has been thoroughly trimmed and washed. Can be seasoned with spices Spices and herbs such as sugar, fish sauce, honey, salt, soy sauce, garlic, coriander root, pepper and Chinese cabbage powder are marinated together and dried using heat from the sun.
Koh Lanta is a coastal area rich in marine resources. Most of the people are engaged in fishing. Large quantities of fish are caught every time. can be used to sell fresh seafood and some of them are processed into salted fish for consumption. Most often this is done in the form of a small family business. The peculiarity of this product is that it has a long shelf life and is non-toxic.
Contact Channel / Location Ms. Sudarat Yuewdee Tel. 085 - 7911928 Address: 63 Moo 3 Tambon Koh Lanta Yai, Koh Lanta District, Krabi Province 81150
Sun salted squid.
Squid or octopus It is an important economic fish, often used to make salted fish. or sun-dried fish The fish is soft and firm.
How to prepare it: First take fresh fish, wash it thoroughly with water, pull out the gills and cut the belly in half. Mix the salt with the fish and let it marinate overnight, then wash it and put it in the sun to dry.
A sun-salted mullet It is a bony fish that has a slender shape and is somewhat cylindrical. It has a small mouth and 2 dorsal fins. It is a fish that is found in freshwater, brackish water and seawater. It is currently an economic fish that is caught and farmed in large numbers.
How to do it. First, take the fish to cut out the guts. Then cut or divide the fish thoroughly. Bring salt and mix it. Then let it ferment and put it in the sun to dry.