Kaeng Liang refers to Thailand's vegetarian curry. The most common vegetables included in this dish are Buab Liam or sponge gourd, Bai Tam Leung (gourd leaves) and Phak Nam Tao (bottle gourd). Some other ingredients are also included, such as shrimp paste, dried shrimp and shallots.

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