Desserts North (Thai dessert)

Desserts North (Thai dessert)

Desserts North (Thai dessert)

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Desserts North (Thai dessert) Northern appetizers are sweet, flavored with coconut milk and flour, sugar, or sugarcane juice. Northern appetizers are usually served whenever possible. or special festival or ceremonies only It is also popular to prepare for making merit, such as Buddhist important days, Songkran days, traditional festivals, Buddhist holy days. Popular northern snacks such as Khanom Jok, germinated rice porridge, Kanom Lin Ma, Khao Witu, Khanom Kluay, Khanom Sila-on. or soft salami, dessert muang, khao tan, etc. 
 
Desserts North The most popular in the north are
 
Krabong

Krabong
as a northern snack or a snack Pumpkin (thai food) is popularly used in cooking. In addition to pumpkin, cabbage, papaya, young gourd, small fish or shredded shrimp may be used to fry with rice flour, coconut milk, sugar, salt and grated coconut. If you want the baton to have flavor Add a little red curry paste. food like this The Shan people call it Kangpong, which means bringing many kinds of vegetables such as raw papaya, onions, shredded cabbage and mixed with shrimp paste, chili powder, lemongrass, salt and flour and then fried to crispy.
 
Meing 

Meing
thai food as a northern snack before bringing the meang to eat or use it as a guest Lanna people will bring Miang to wrap in banana leaves first. and popular to put pickled young ginger and salt as well to add flavor to the meang.
 
 fried noodles

Fried noodles
thai food as a northern snack or a snack It is commonly sold at festivals, merit fairs, and winter events.
 
 Kanom Nam Aoi

Kanom Nam Aoi
thai food Northern snack There is a method to make it like salt candy. The main ingredients are sugarcane juice and grated coconut and pandan juice, adding to the flavor to make it sweet and aromatic.
 
Kanom Kluay 

Kanom Kluay
thai food It is a type of dessert made from rice flour. The main ingredients are ripe bananas, rice flour and sugar. Bring to mix and massage together.
 
Kanom Tean

Kanom Tean thai food It is a popular dessert. During the Songkran Festival since ancient times and various merit-making events, some recipes include ground peanuts or sesame into the coconut filling or green bean filling By taking steamed green beans and mashed. Mix or stir-fry with seasonings and have a salty taste.
 
Kanom Tan

Kanom Tan
thai food There is a method similar to banana dessert. Just change from ripe banana juice to juice from ripe sugar fruit pulp. and the ingredients are fermented After kneading the ingredients together. to make the flour fluffy and appetizing.
 
Kanom Fugthong

Kanom Fugthong
thai food It is a type of dessert made from rice flour. The main ingredients are steamed pumpkin, rice flour and sugar. The method is similar to the banana dessert. just change from banana It's steamed pumpkin instead.
 
Kanom Mun

Kanom Mun
kanom thai It is a dessert that is commonly found in markets in the north. Use the milled cassava thoroughly. Mix with sugar and salt. Then put it in the steaming tray. When cooked, it will be yellow and clear powdery. Leave to cool, cut into pieces and mix with grated coconut.
 
Kanom Linma

Kanom Linma
It is a dessert made from black glutinous rice flour kneaded with water until it becomes viscous but not messy. Add salt to make it slightly salty. Some use white glutinous rice flour kneaded with sugarcane juice and salt to have a sweet and salty taste. Mix grated coconut with sugar. Help make delicious snacks and appetizing.
 
Kanom Wong

Kanom Wong It is a pastry made with circular dough similar to donuts. There is sugarcane juice dripping around in the center of the top. Currently, it is not available for sale in the city market. But they are often found in suburban markets.
 
Kanom Sila On

Kanom Sila On It is a dessert made with rice flour. Some prefer to sprinkle roasted green beans before eating.
 
Kanom Kluae

Kanom Kluae It is a type of dessert made from rice flour. The main ingredients are flour and salt. If you like it sweet, add sugar. If you like coconut milk, you can also add it. Or may sprinkle with black sesame seeds.
 
Kanom Tien

Kanom Tien There is a method similar to salt candy. But the cooked dessert will be brown from the color of sugarcane juice. Eat with shredded coconut for how to wrap candy May use the same wrapping method as Kanom Kluae.
 
Kanom Tang Thai

Kanom Tang Thai There are methods of making similar to Kanom Kluay and Kanom Tan, but change from ripe bananas. Juice from the pulp of ripe palm fruit is a Thai melon.
 
Kanom Tom

Kanom Tom Northern Thai dessert It is a kind of dessert of the Lanna people. Currently, it is still popular to eat. and are generally sold in the market.
 
Kanom Kup

Kanom Kup Northern desserts are traditional desserts that have been around for a long time. It is said in the Lanna literature about Nang Uthra that Nang Rai is the stepmother of Nang Uthra, pretending to be sick by using rice and placing it under her bed. When moving, it makes a loud noise. to understand that her bones are abnormal.
 
Kanom Wi Tu

Kanom Wi Tu
How to cook steamed glutinous rice Bring to a boil and mix with sugarcane juice. Once stirred, it will be put into a container. leave to dry Then cut into pieces, sprinkle with white sesame seeds, eat with grated coconut.
 
Kanom Kao Nook

Kanom Kao Nook
Northern food uses sesame seeds (brown and gray round sesame seeds) pounded with salt and freshly cooked steamed rice. Lanna people like to make sesame rice. In winter only in the morning which was a new rice harvesting season.
 
Kao Lam

Kao Lam
a kind of snack That Lanna people are popular to eat in the winter. or when you get new rice using bamboo or a wooden stick as a cylinder to put Khao Lam Khao Lam like a villager Use glutinous rice and water and only salt.
 
Kao Kap

Kao Kap
a kind of snack that has a method similar to rice crackers in the mouth of the pot But making rice is narrow This is to bring the dough sheet to dry in the sun. cooked by grilling or frying It is popularly kept for eating during important festivals such as New Year's Day, ordination ceremony, ordination ceremony, ordination ceremony of Poi Luang.
 
Kao Taen

Kao Taen
It is a popular dessert made during the New Year Festival or Songkran Festival. and Poi Luang Fair. Currently, watermelon juice is commonly mixed with steamed glutinous rice. before being pressed into print to add aroma and sweetness.
 
Nga Tam Aoi

Nga Tam Aoi
It is a Thai dessert. commonly eaten in winter It is generally sold in the market about 10-20 years ago, now it's hard to find food to eat.
 
Boiled Beans

Boiled Beans
It is a Thai dessert. It is a popular dessert eaten in winter. They are generally sold in markets where Thais live. Like sesame seeds that are difficult to buy and eat nowadays.
 
Fried Rice Noodles

Fried Rice Noodles
It is a kind of snack made from Chinese desserts. Roasted or fried with vegetable oil. Add the main ingredients such as sugarcane juice, black soy sauce, commonly eaten with pickled cabbage and pork knuckle.
 
Meang

Meang
As a snack after the Lanna people's meal, the Lanna people will "Am Miang" to rinse their mouths and reduce the spicy and salty aftertaste. to create an atmosphere for discussion between family members after meals Nowadays, Miang is commonly used to enhance the flavor. There are both sour meang (sour) and sweet meang. or another called “Miang with spices” consists of shredded shredded coconut and fried. Shredded young ginger, roasted peanuts, pickled garlic juice and salt.
 
Food of the north Contains glutinous rice as a staple food. There are different types of chili pastes such as Nam Prik Num, Nam Prik Ong. There are many types of curry such as Kaeng Ho, Kaeng Kae. There are also Nham, Sai Oua, Pork Kham and various vegetables. The weather also plays an important role that makes the northern food different from other regions. The cold weather is the reason most foods are high in fat, such as Nam Prik Ong, Hung Lay Curry, and Sai Oua to help keep the body warm. In addition, living in valleys and highlands near forests. Therefore, it is popular to bring plants in the forest to cook food such as cabbage, cabbage, banana leaf, and sweet vegetables, resulting in local food names such as Kaeng Kae, Kaeng Yaek Kluai, and Kaeng Bon.
 
Food of the north Contains glutinous rice as a staple food. There are different types of chili pastes such as Nam Prik Num, Nam Prik Ong. There are many types of curry such as Kaeng Ho, Kaeng Kae. There are also Nham, Sai Oua, Pork Kham and various vegetables. The weather also plays an important role that makes the northern food different from other regions. The cold weather is the reason most foods are high in fat, such as Nam Prik Ong, Hung Lay Curry, and Sai Oua to help keep the body warm. In addition, living in the valleys and highlands near the forest, therefore popularly used plants in the forest to cook food such as vegetables, kae bon, banana stalks, sweet vegetables, resulting in local dishes such as Kaeng Kae, Kaeng Yaek Kluai, and Kaeng Bon.
 
Northern food has many and has different names from every region. We have compiled many recipes, a variety of menus, whether it's boiled menu, stir-fried menu, curry menu, fried menu, steamed menu, grilled menu. Try to cook and eat. Northern food. How to make it delicious. Northern food. What secrets do you have?
 
Characteristics of northern food As for the uniqueness of northern food, northern food is not popular with sugar. The sweetness of the food is obtained from the ingredients used in cooking, whether it is vegetables, fish, fats are obtained from animal oils, etc. Northern folk food. It is special that there is a mix of eating cultures from many ethnic groups.
 
Northern traditional food Northern Thailand In the past, it was part of the Lanna Kingdom. It is a kingdom that is prosperous. The territory extends to neighboring countries such as Myanmar and Laos. Food of the Lanna people. therefore received a variety of cultures from many different tribes
 
The food of the North is to eat sticky rice as the main food and eat with chili paste such as Nam Prik Num, Nam Prik Ong and many kinds of curry such as Kaeng Ho, Kaeng Kae, etc. With the weather of the North, the climate is cool. Therefore, it is different from other regions of Thailand. Most of the northern people's food contains a lot of fat, such as Nam Prik Ong, Hung Lay Curry, and Sausages, which help warm the body. Wild plants that are often used in cooking in the North, such as cabbage, cabbage, banana leaf, sweet vegetables, etc.
 
Northern people eat sticky rice as a staple food. Northern Thai Cuisine Northern region is a land that has prospered since the past as a land of history. cultural arts tradition
 
In the past, the northern region of Thailand was part of the Lanna Kingdom. During this kingdom's power Has spread the territory into neighboring countries such as Myanmar, Laos, and people from different territories migrated to settle in this land. therefore receiving a variety of cultures from different peoples into their daily lives, including food with the food of the North Contains glutinous rice as a staple food.
 
There are different types of chili pastes such as Nam Prik Num, Nam Prik Ong, there are many types of curry such as Kaeng Ho, Kaeng Khae. There are also Nham, Sai Oua, pork loin, and various vegetables. The weather also plays an important role that makes the northern food different from other regions. The cold weather is the reason most foods are high in fat, such as Nam Prik Ong, Hung Lay Curry, and Sai Oua to help keep the body warm. In addition, living in the valleys and highlands near the forest, therefore popularly used plants in the forest to cook food such as vegetables, kae bon, banana stalks, sweet vegetables, resulting in local dishes such as Kaeng Kae, Kaeng Yaek Kluai, and Kaeng Bon.
 
Local Thai food in the North 9 dishes that are distinctive and delicious. While not as well known to foreigners as Tom Yum Goong or Massaman, these "northern dishes" are worth a try. The survey results are by Austin Bush, a photographer and writer. who have been to experience the deliciousness of northern food in Thailand.
 
1. Khao Soi Khao Soi is a curry that resembles a green curry. is a kind of coconut milk curry But it comes in the form of noodles. It is often cooked with beef or chicken as the main ingredient. Served with pickles It is a popular food of northern people.
 
2. Khanom Jeen Nam Ngeo It is a Chinese dessert that is eaten with a liquid called Nam Ngiao. It is one of the northern curries. The main ingredients are pork ribs, curry made from dried northern chilies, tomatoes, and pork blood cooked in a home-style way. You can smell the authentic local food. according to the original recipe of Aunt Boonsri Lampang residents.
 
3. Nam Prik Nom This menu is northern Thai food called Nam Prik (Dip) made from chili, shallots, garlic. All grilled over a flame until fragrant. Before pounding it is a local chili paste. It is often eaten with boiled vegetables and steamed glutinous rice. Which is considered a very healthy food. But if it's more delicious Must eat with fried chicken joints Let me tell you that it's delicious and fun. I don't care about calories at all.
 
4. Khao Soi Nam Na This menu is a kind of Khao Soi. The difference with general Khao Soi is that Khao Soi Nam Na is not a coconut milk curry, no curry paste, but a clear noodle soup. Topped with minced pork simmered with fermented soybeans and dried chili (Northern people call it Jin Kua. It's roasted pork with curry paste and rotten beans).
 
5. Khao Tan. This menu tastes very interesting. It is a round shaped snack. Made from glutinous rice mixed with sugar, salt, sesame and watermelon juice, then dried. and then fried until crispy Finished off by pouring cane sugar on top of the dessert.
 
6. Kan Jin Rice. This menu is cooked rice, minced pork, pork blood, sprinkled with fried garlic oil. They are wrapped together in banana leaves and steamed until cooked. which young Austin admits “Bringing blood to cook is a strange thing and makes foreigners feel terrified. But if you don't say that this menu put blood into it I wouldn't know Because the taste that I tried was spicy, onion and garlic and very delicious”.
 
7. Jin Tup. This menu is smashed beef or pounded beef. It is made from beef marinated with fish sauce, spices and salt, then grilled over a charcoal fire until cooked and dry, then pounded hard. until I heard the sound of thump.. thump.. is the origin of the name Jintub.
 
8. Larb Moo Roasted While in the Northeastern region of Thailand There is a delicious menu such as Larb Isan, which has a variety of herbs, has a sour taste, has a distinctive aroma from roasted rice. This Isaan Laab dish is very popular with today's American foodies. But when you come to try Laab Muang or Laab dishes of the North. You'll know it's completely different.
 
9. Millennial pork. This menu is a collection of Pork belly, pickles and oolong tea leaves are stacked on top of each other and steamed for four hours, a menu influenced by Chinese immigrants. who live in the northern region of Thailand.
 
Northern food local food It is a popular food. Many great menus from the north You are in the middle of the valley where the weather is cool. Served with many different types of dipping sauces, pungent flavor, eaten with warm sticky rice. Northern food has been influenced by the Lanna kingdom. and Northeast until it was praised and dubbed as Lan Na rice. The difference between northern food And Isan food is the taste of northern food. It is not hot like Isan people. It has a milder, salty and sour taste, but not sweet. Famous dishes include Khao Soi, Hang Lay Curry and Sai Oua.
 
Vegetables commonly used in cooking are khae, bon, yak kluai, and sweet vegetables. Northern cuisine is unique in that it has a blend of different cultural groups, such as Chinese Hor, Tai Lue, Thai Yai, and indigenous peoples. There are many methods of cooking, such as curry, stirring, screening, frying, spinning, piping, boiling, and lowering. Northern food is often cooked very much, such as stir-fried vegetables. Often stir-fried until the vegetables are soft. Khantoke in the north is a charming, unique, delicious recipe, along with local vegetables. These usually consist of Kaeng Kae, Hang Lei, Kaeng Ho, Kanom Jeen Nam Ngiao, and Khao Soi, among others.
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