Wooden Mortar and Pestle for Papaya Salad Som Tum Thai kitchen Tool

  • $82.00

Wooden Mortar and Pestle for Papaya Salad Som Tum Thai kitchen Tool

  • Condition: New
  • Material: Natural Jamjuree Wood
  • Variants size: Diameter 6~9 inches 

Multi-Purpose Mortar & Pestle, a part of every traditional kitchen in the Northeast of Thailand (Isan) and in Laos. Great for making any of your favorite recipes especially with the famous Thai Papaya Salad (Som Tom) or pounding chili paste (Nam Prik). Wooden mortar through the drill to form a beautiful, not coated with anti-mold strong and durable.

*Please note*

After used, it should be cleaned and fully dry. Should not be wet overnight because it may cause some mold. Keep in a dry place and do not place near flames.


Thai Green Papaya Salad (som tum)

  • Ingredients
    2 cups shredded green papaya
    1/2 cup shredded carrot
    1/2 cup sting bean (cut into 1'long)
    2 tablespoons fish sauce
    1 1/2 tablespoons palm sugar
    3 tablespoons lime juice
    1/2 cup tomato (wedged)
    1/3 cup dried shrimps
    1/4 cup peanuts
    10 green chilies
    5 cloves fresh garlic
  • Preparations
  1. Use motar and prestle to crush the chilli and garlic, add shrimps, continue crushing.
  2. Add sugar, continue beating with the prestle, then add the papaya, carrot, sting bean, fish sauce, lime juice, tomato, and peanuts. Continue beating until all ingredients mixed well.
  3. Finally, season with sugar, fish sauce, or lime. The original taste this dish should be the balance taste between sweet, (pepper) hot, salty, and sour.
  4. Serve with vegetables (e.g. cabbage, string bean, napa, etc.). Thai people love to eat Sticky Rice with Papaya Salad. In this case, sticky rice and BBQ chicken can be served together with finished Papaya Salad.