Prig Khee Noo (bird's eye chili)
Thai bird's eye chili compare to Mexican chili is Serrano. The smaller, that hotter will be.
The bird's eye chilli is commonly found in Southeast Asian countries
These small chilies should not be underestimated because they are only an inch or so long, as they are very spicy. The green bird's eye chilies are yet to ripen, and the red ones signify ripeness, although you can eat them separately or mix the two together for coloring reasons.
Your body will relieve pain The Chilli Peppers (capsaicin) has a pain relieving effect when used in a cream form, so it makes sense to try and harness its anti-inflammatory properties into a tablet.
You'll sleep better. Recent studies prove that consuming just a little chilli pepper (fresh or dried) each day helps us fall asleep, and stay asleep longer. And adding a little fresh-cut chili to your evening meal may also help you feel more awake the next day.
Your heart will be healthier. Studies show that eating chili regularly helps keep your heart healthy by lowering cholesterol, keeping your blood pressure in a healthy range, and allowing more blood to reach the heart.
Khoa Kua Roasted rice flake should be use glutinous rice or Thai sticky rice.
Roast in dry pan by low heat and stir until light brawn then add herbs step by strep,
Until turn to dark brawn and fragrant. Finally drop some water in. the roasted rice will be pop up, that mean crispy and not too hard.