Food Photo: A Bite of Thai Suki Haeng (สุกี้แห้ง)

By Mark Wiens 4 Comments
A Bite of Thai Suki Haeng (สุกี้แห้ง)
A Bite of Thai Suki Haeng (สุกี้แห้ง)

Suki Haeng (สุกี้แห้ง)

Suki in Thailand is prepared both as a soup or dry as a stir fry.

The soup version may be a little more of a healthy Thai food as it’s not stir fried in oil, but suki haeng (the dry version) is still a light, un-meat filled dish that tastes really good.

The sauce is a little sour, garlicky, and lightly spicy with chillies. Many Thais like to eat suki as is, but I much prefer it accompanied by a plate (or few) of rice.

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  • Nam

    8 years ago

    Never see Suki on top of rice!

    New way of eating?

    • Mark Wiens

      8 years ago

      Hey Nam, Yes, the new way of eating suki. If I don’t eat suki with rice, I don’t get full enough! You should try it next time!

      • Kitti

        7 years ago

        Fabulous way of eating Mark!!!

        • Mark Wiens

          7 years ago

          Haha, thank you Kitti. It’s non-traditional, but so good!