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Kanom Kluae It is a kind of Thai 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 be sprinkled with black sesame seeds.
Salt candy In the past, the natives had to make snacks for their children to eat as a snack. Because there are no ready-made snacks for sale like today. One of the northern traditional desserts that tastes delicious, sweet, salty, it is a traditional dessert that is not expensive. and can also be eaten at any age because it is made from rice flour and the dough is soft.
- rice flour
- coconut milk
- Banana leaves for wrapping
1. Sift flour with salt, add coconut milk, stir well. Then boil the ingredients in a pot over low heat until thick, not too cooked.
2. When finished, tear the banana leaves and prepare to wrap the dessert. Scoop the boiled flour and put it to wrap.
3. Wrap it up and steam it for about 15-30 minutes. Once cooked, it can be eaten.
Kanom Kluea, Thai dessert, Northern snack Popularly made for eating in the family or making merit for monks. May use palm sugar mixed with flour. and sprinkle with a little poppy Will make the dessert taste sweet and light brown with black dots scattered dots, do not put black sesame seeds and sugar.
Salt candy is commonly eaten as a snack or snack. Popular for young children to eat. because it's easy to do At present, besides eating in the family or make merit can also make sales as a career.
Thai desserts are unique in Thai national culture, namely, they are delicate and delicate in selecting raw materials by meticulous methods of making, delicious and sweet taste. and beautiful colors Appetizing appearance as well as elaborate methods.
Northern Thai dessert Most are made from glutinous rice. And most of them use boiling methods such as rice porridge, Hua Hok, Khanom Thien and Khanom Wong. They are usually made during important festivals such as Buddhist Lent Day or Songkran Day.
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Group: Thai Desserts, North Recipes
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