Saturday, March 04, 2006

Tao Kae Noi Thai Seaweed

Tao Kae Noi

I found this at a 7-Eleven here. Billed as "Japanese Crispy Seaweed," this is actually from Thailand (and even included a little snippet on the back explaining how Tuk-Tuks were actually from Japan in the 1960's...wow - I didn't know that!). It tasted more processed (and less greasy) than Korean seaweed, but it was still decent. They also had a spicy one that I wish I had bought, especially given this is from Thailand.

4 comments:

kuro.shiro.neko said...

i just had it yesteday!

Little Pie said...

Hi there! I was trying to figure out what that deep fried seaweed was called. Awesome blog...my bf and I are also obsessed with eating...and that is possibly the saddest statement I've ever written about myself. Anyways, check out our blog at dunnypop.com if you'd like to read about what we're eating :)

Anonymous said...

There's another one called "Khun Film", available in Tom Yum and Regular flavors. Me and my kids love it.
I haven't tried Tao Kae Noi yet.

Pae and Guy said...

In BKK munching some as I type!