Thai Dessert Recipes

Thai Dessert Recipe:
Pandan Flavored Sweet Translucent Gelatinous Rice
(khaao niaao gaaeo)
สูตรทำข้าวเหนียวแก้ว

June 20, 2011 · 84 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

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One of the charms of street food is that it finds you rather than you finding it. Therefore you are usually in the perfect mood to embrace it. This treat along with other sweets are traditionally presented on tricycle drawn trays that are protected from insects and pollution by a transparent nylon tent and light […]

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Lod Chong Recipe
Pandan Flavored Rice Flour Droplets in Sweetened Coconut Cream Syrup
(khanohm laawt chaawng naam gathi)
สูตรทำขนมลอดช่องน้ำกะทิ หรือ นกปล่อย

March 7, 2011 · 128 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

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Thai desserts are usually made from common ingredients and therefore very popular.  However, it was only during the 17th century that desserts and sweets actually became part of everyday meals. In the old days, they were served only at auspicious occasions and ceremonies. During wedding ceremonies, for example, four kinds of sweets are usually served, […]

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Golden Jackfruit Seeds
Thai Mung Bean Marzipan and Egg Yolk Dessert
(Met Khanoon ; ขนมเม็ดขนุน)

January 17, 2011 · 31 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

Golden Jackfruit Seeds Thai Homemade Dessert Recipe (สูตรทำเม็ดขนุน)

It is believed that this dish was introduced to the Siamese royal cuisine in the middle of the seventeenth century by Portuguese traders. Later, along with other egg yolk-based golden sweets like the golden drops (thong yot ทองหยอด), golden flowers (thong yip ทองหยิบ) and golden threads (foi thong ฝอยทอง), these royal desserts were passed to […]

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Jasmine Scented Candied Wild Bitter Gourd
(mara khee nohk cheuuam ; มะระขี้นกเชื่อม)

January 3, 2011 · 11 comments · Click to listen to the Thai name pronunciation Listen to the Thai name pronunciation

Jasmine Scented Candied Wild Bitter Gourd

Our ancestors, the early humans, had to base their food selection only on their senses. Sweet was energy, umami indicated the presence of proteins and saltiness was the sign for the much needed minerals. Generally, they avoided sour taste because it represented rotten or spoiled food, and bitter was the taste tonics and remedies were […]

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