Khanom thuai

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Khanom thuai
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Type Dessert
Place of origin Thailand
Main ingredients Rice flour, coconut milk, sugar

Khanom thuai, or khanom thuai talai (Thai: ขนมถ้วย, ขนมถ้วยตะไล, Thai pronunciation: [kʰā.nǒm tʰûaj tā.lāj]), is a Thai dessert made from rice flour, coconut milk and sugar.[1] Its name is derived from the small ceramic cups in which the dessert is cooked and distinctively served, which are called thuai talai ("talai" bowls). Ingredients may also include salt, eggs and pandan essence.

Bangkok’s neighborhood very notable in Khanom thuai is Talad Nang Loeng (ตลาดนางเลิ้ง, Nang Loeng market) in Pom Prap Sattru Phai.[2]

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  1. ^ Royal Institute (2003), Royal Institute Dictionary, B.E. 2542, Bangkok: Nanmee Books 
  2. ^ "แจ๋วพากิน ขนมถ้วยตะไล มณฑา ตลาดนางเลิ้ง". Channel 3 (in Thai). 2015-07-31. Retrieved 2018-02-27. 

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