Food Photo: Larb Moo – Simple and Scrumptious

By Mark Wiens 5 Comments
Larb Moo

Larb moo ลาบหมู to me is a dish in Thailand that can be fantastic when made right, but really boring if make to mediocre standards.

I like it with a significant amount of toasted rice flakes, so you get that good crunch that a larb should have, and I also enjoy larb moo with a lot of ime juice!

This was a great plate of larb moo from a little stall near the Rong Kluea Market in Aranyaprathet, Thailand.

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  • sarabapa

    9 years ago

    Sabb E li der ….

  • Reeves

    9 years ago

    Great photo!

    I’m absolutely addicted to larb moo – eat it now about 3 times a week :)

    One of the best I just found was at a small street stall at the Saturday and Sunday ‘Talad Lot Fai’ (Train Market) near J.J. Ate it last night. Awesome!!!

    • Dwight Turner

      9 years ago

      That’s a great little funky market. Cool place to chill and good food. Only problem is JJ is on the other side of town from us, so we don’t make it there too often. Will look out for the larb next time we come round. Thanks Reeves for the tip.