Or rice porridge with pork. A traditional breakfast dish in Thailand is "johk". This is a thick rice soup with pork.This rice soup is quite similar to another one called Khao Tom. But, the latter is more of a soup, whereas johk is closer to porridge.

The rice is cooked in chicken broth. At some place, you can see that the seller has prepared the mince pork already, shaping it into balls and cooking it in boiling water for about five minutes. The rice is poured into a serving bowl and the pork balls added together with some liver and kidney. If you like she will also crack an egg into the soup which ends up being only partly cooked. Shredded ginger is added as garnish.