I shouldn’t have posted the Kaeng Pa, or Jungle Curry, recipe without this beef jerky to accompany it with. They go great together. In fact, they not only go good together as two different dishes, but also, Neau Dad Deaw or Neau Khem can be added into Kaeng Pa as a source of protein, too.
What’s this sundried beef jerky, actually? It’s beef that is cut in thick strips, marinated in sauce and dried in the strong Southeast Asian sun in the midday for a couple hours. That’s why they call it Dad Deaw, which means single sun, or one-time sun. The beef will feel dry to the touch on the outside but soft and tender on the inside. It’s partially dehydrated marinated beef strips.
If you’ve ever been at a Thai restaurant that serves this dish, which most do, it might be listed as Neua Dad Deo, Neur…
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