Chim chum or jim jum (Thai: จิ้มจุ่ม, rtgs: chim chum, pronounced [t͡ɕîm t͡ɕùm]) is a popular Thai street food, believed to have originated in Laos or Cambodia. It is traditionally made with chicken or pork and fresh herbs such as galangal, sweet basil, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves, cooked in a small clay pot on a charcoal stove. It is often served with nam chim. The name is derived from the words for dipping and dropping, the customary way of eating the dish.

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  • Chim chum or jim jum (Thai: จิ้มจุ่ม, rtgs: chim chum, pronounced [t͡ɕîm t͡ɕùm]) is a popular Thai street food, believed to have originated in Laos or Cambodia. It is traditionally made with chicken or pork and fresh herbs such as galangal, sweet basil, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves, cooked in a small clay pot on a charcoal stove. It is often served with nam chim. The name is derived from the words for dipping and dropping, the customary way of eating the dish. (en)
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  • Chim chum or jim jum (Thai: จิ้มจุ่ม, rtgs: chim chum, pronounced [t͡ɕîm t͡ɕùm]) is a popular Thai street food, believed to have originated in Laos or Cambodia. It is traditionally made with chicken or pork and fresh herbs such as galangal, sweet basil, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves, cooked in a small clay pot on a charcoal stove. It is often served with nam chim. The name is derived from the words for dipping and dropping, the customary way of eating the dish. (en)
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