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- Yam naem khao thot (Thai: ยำแหนมข้าวทอด, [jam nɛ̌ːm kʰâːw tʰɔ̂t]), an Isan snack often sold in street stalls. It is a dish made of crumbled crisp fried glutinous rice balls, minced pork, ginger, green chillies, peanuts and onion. This snack is usually eaten along with raw leafy greens. Outside of Isan, it is also known under the name Naem khluk (Thai: แหนมคลุก).
- Yam naem sot (Thai: ยำแหนมสด, [jam nɛ̌ːm sòt]), a spicy Thai salad (yam style) with fermented raw sour pork, lemongrass, chillies, onions and peanuts, seasoned with nam pla (fish sauce) and lime juice.