Miang Kham (Thai beetle leaf)

Miang Kham is a traditional snack from Thailand. It is mixture of lemon grass, gangplank, lemon, ginger, red onion, mint, shredded coconut, peanut and fried onion.

I tasted Miang Kham in a small, not so fancy Thai restaurant called Khobkhun situated in Lindfield in Sydney. The mix of lemon and mint gave a tangy taste and the onion added a little bit of spice, with some crunchy taste of peanut. It was delicious and mouth watering. I would definitely recommend this snack to be tried at Khobkhun.

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