Sangkhaya Fakthong (Custard Pumpkin) [offsite link]
This wonderful coconut milk custard is cooked in a kapocha pumpkin. The flavour combination is wonderful!
Fried Bananas (Gluay KhaegTod)
Fragrant sweet bananas coated with a coconut milk rice batter and sesame seeds which is deep fried, the perfect dessert to finish any meal.
Apple Banana with Coconut Milk (Klusay Maprao)
Thailand is a land of many aromatic tropical fruits. Fruits are a part of most meals either as a desert or as colorful sculptured fruit garnishes and center pieces. This recipe uses fragrant, flavourful tiny apple bananas cooked in coconut milk for the perfect ending to a Thai meal.
Bananas in Coconut Milk [offsite link]
There are over 40 different types of bananas in Thailand. The little finger size bananas are very sweet and popular to make thgis recipe, however any ripe bananas will work. This is a quick and easy dish that everyone loves.
Bua Loi Phuak (Taro Balls in Coconut Cream) [offsite link]
This very tasty and popular dessert is sure to please.
Coconut Custard in Kabocha
Egg rich coconut milk custard steamed in hollowed out small pumpkin such as kabocha is absolutely the best.
Coconut Flavoured Sticky Rice with Mangoes (Kao Niow Ma-muangCoconut ) [offsite link]
Coconut Flavoured Sticky Rice with Mangoes/Kao Niow Ma-muang is probably the most popular Thai dessert with non-Thais. My children simply love this dessert!
Coconut Milk Ice Cream
This is my absolutely favourite recipe for Thai Coconut Ice Cream. I learned this amazing recipe from the late Colonel Ian F. Khuntilanont-Philpott in the mid 90’s in his home in Korat, which lies in the plains area. I especially love the candied ginger topping.
Coconut Milk Ice-Cream With Candied Ginger Topping(Iscrem Kathi Sai Khing Wan)
Thai flavours in a delightful coconut milk ice cream treat topped with candied ginger are sure to please everyone on a hot summer day.
Coconut Pancakes (Kanom Krok)
One of the most popular street foods in Thailand is also a favourite Thai Dessert - Coconut Pancakes – Kanom Kluk. These are cooked on a cast iron griddle that has little indentations for the batter, but you can also use an Ebelskiver pan, or a small omelette type skillet.
Coconut Sticky Rice with Mango
Kao Niow Ma-muang (Coconut Sticky Rice with Mango) is everyone´s favourite Thai dessert. It is sheer comfort food in a bowl.
Thai Coconut Ice Cream Recipe
Coconut Ice Cream is such a delightful treat of contrasting textures of creamy coconut milk and toasted coconut.
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