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Thai Desserts: ขนมเรไร (Ka-Nhom-Ray-Rai) Rice flour dumpling topped coconut milk and sugar mixed with sesame. Delicious and traditional from Thailand

Thai Desserts: ขนมเรไร (Ka-Nhom-Ray-Rai) Rice flour dumpling topped coconut milk and sugar mixed with sesame. Delicious and traditional from Thailand

Khanom Chan is one of the ancient Thai desserts, which Thai ancestors usually made for auspicious ceremonies. In Thai, the word “Khanom” (Thai: ขนม) means dessert, “Chan” (Thai: ชั้น) means layer. It is usually baked in the complete 9 layer form. The number nine itself has connotations of prosperity in Thai culture (in Thai, 'nine' also sounds like ‘progress’). Khanom Chan therefore represents prosperity in life and promotion in your occupation

Le sujet de mon premier billet culinaire portait sur le khanom chan, un de mes gâteaux asiatiques préférés. C'est un gâteau constitué de farines diverses (dont la farine de riz) et aromatisé au pandan (bayteuil en lao). Il est composé d'une succession...

Seri Muka - amazing Malaysian kuih (sweet cake) made of glutinous rice, coconut milk, sugar and pandan leaves. Seri Muka is a dainty and yummy dessert | rasamalaysia.com

Seri Muka

Seri Muka - amazing Malaysian kuih (sweet cake) made of glutinous rice, coconut milk, sugar and pandan leaves. Seri Muka is a dainty and yummy dessert | rasamalaysia.com

Kha Nom Ko Kati. (Thai). It reminds me of peas in a pod or a boat. I mean, the bowl thing does. Isn't it colorful? :D

Kha Nom Ko Kati. (Thai). It reminds me of peas in a pod or a boat. I mean, the bowl thing does. Isn't it colorful? :D

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