Khanom khai pla

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Khanom khai pla (lit: Fish Roe Snack)
TypeThai dessert
Place of originThailand
Region or statecentral Thailand
Created byThai people
Main ingredientstoddy palm, rice flour, white sugar, and shredded coconut

Khanom khai pla (Thai: ขนมไข่ปลา; literally: "fish roe snack") is a type of Thai dessert, it can be considered as a rare and little known dessert.

Khanom khai pla is made from the ripe toddy palm fruit (similar to Khanom tan), rice flour and white sugar, it is then formed into what resembles fish roe and then boiled in water or clean syrup. Once cooked it floats to the surface where it is removed and sprinkled with shredded coconut. In addition, it also has a taro flavour as well.

Presently, as far as is known, it is only cooked and sold in two places viz Ko Kret in Nonthaburi and 100 Years Sam Chuk Old Market in Sam Chuk, Suphanburi.[1] [2] [3] [4]

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  1. ^ "ขนมไข่ปลา ขนมไทยพื้นบ้าน หลายคนไม่เคยกิน" [Khanom khai pla local Thai dessert many people never eat]. TVpoolonline (in Thai). 2018-07-13. Retrieved 2019-05-13.
  2. ^ Chan Ja Rak Tua Chan Eng (2009-01-31). "^____^ ชวนทำขนมไข่ปลาสูตรสุพรรณจ้า" [^ ____ ^ Inviting to cook a Suphan recipe Khanom khai pla]. Pantip.com (in Thai). Retrieved 2019-05-13.
  3. ^ sjaewwaew (2016-05-30). "4 ร้านขนมโบราณ ที่ต้องยอมข้ามเรือไปกินถึงเกาะเกร็ด" [4 traditional dessert shops that have to ferry to eat at Ko Kret]. girldaily (in Thai). Retrieved 2019-05-13.
  4. ^ Kiatarjin, Joe (2012-07-13). "ขนมไทยโบราณ รสชาติอะเมซิง" [Tranditional Thai dessert amazing taste]. Posttoday (in Thai). Retrieved 2019-05-13.