Wondering what the heck is this Kao-glogggapi?
Yup, it does sound strange and in Thai it’s quite difficult to pronounce.
This strange word is actually a name of a yummy and nutritious Thai food. Unlike the Kao-phat-mhoo (fried rice with pork) and Kao- mhoo- thot (Rice with fried pork) , Kao- gloggapi is unpopular among foreigners.
shredded scrambled eggs
sliced red and/or green chillies
shredded unripe mango
shredded raw cabbage
Easy, just put all ingredients in one plate in whatever proportion depending on your appetite… voila!!
What do you think of this food?
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16 thoughts on “เขากลุกกะปิ: Kao-gloggapi”
How does unripe versus ripe mango influence the flavor? I once tried a very unripe mango and can only describe the flavor as soapy? What stage of ripeness exactly? Thanks!
very unripe…. I guess it depends also on the kind of mango. Thai mangoes are bland. Sweet mangoes here are rare. Philippine mangoes are very tasty.
Hey, this is easy…looks yummy! 🙂 Thanks for sharing this.
This looks delish!! I absolutely love Thai food!
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Sounds really good! We always love trying something new. Can’t wait to test it.
I never tried Thai fried rice but is it the same with Asian Fried Rice? Kasi super love ko yun, partner with steak or baby back ribs. Drool! hehe…
That sounds and looks really good! I love big messes of food all together, especially when they are supposed to be that way!
I haven’t really tried any Thai food. But I’m always open in trying out different nation’s delicacies. 🙂
I like foods with different tastes. I looks good. I am still hopping with Linking with my Ladies.
Will try that one of these days. I hope ill get it right. I love thai food because they love spices and sweets also. 🙂
From the picture, it looks like adobo with fried rice. Yummy!
That is making me hungry. It looks delicious! I would have to substitute the anchovies though. The sliced onions and green chillies definitely add to the nice presentation of the dish. Found you on bloggy moms. Love the photo in the header. If you get a chance, stop and visit my blog.
Oh that looked so yummy.
I love Thai food, this really sounds delicious!! I will have to try it.
My family would love this dish! I would eat it if we could omit the eggs without messing up the overall flavor of the dish.
It looks like hongkong fried rice to me… and I love love hk fried rice… they almost have the same ingredients except for the chillies and mango.
Kao- mhoo- thot? It sounds funny to me, it’s like, “kaw umutot?” LOL! peace! =)