Bua loi

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Bua loi or bua loy (Thai: บัวลอย, translit. būa lǭi, IPA: [buːa lɔːj]) is a Thai dessert, made with glutinous rice flour, coconut milk and sugar.

Bua loi[1] has been Thai dish since ancient times. In general, people will make the dessert for a party or religious ceremony. The ingredients are beautiful and colorful to eat. It is a very popular dessert that can be purchased anywhere in Thailand.

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  1. ^ Bua Loi. January 18, 2013, from https://cooking.kapook.com/view139409.html