Pork blood soup is a soup that uses pork blood as its primary ingredient. Additional ingredients may include barley and herbs such as marjoram, as well as other foods and seasonings. Some versions are prepared with coagulated pork blood and other coagulated pork offal, such as intestine, liver and heart.
Pork blood soup is soup in Thai cuisine. Guay Tiao Namtok is a Thai pork blood soup noodle that is prepared with pork blood as a soup base. The dish may come from Chinese cuisine, since some part of southern Chinese evacuated to Thailand for a century. 
- Blood as food
- Blood soup – contains a list of blood soups
- List of Chinese soups
- List of pork dishes
- List of soups
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