Passionfruit jelly

Passionfruit jelly, a super easy dessert and perfect for summer! For anyone who lives somewhere where it is not summer you can save it for when the time comes. This dish isn’t in any way a traditional Thai dish, but I wish I had tried it when I was growing up! Happy cooking and enjoy the video.

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Krong Krang Nam Kati

Thai dessert “Krong krang nam kati”, aka tapioca and rice flour dumpling (shaped like gnocchi) in sweet coconut milk. Last time I made this dessert with my mum in Thailand, and there were many Instagram friends requesting the video. Here it is, however this time I didn’t add any colours to it. (If you choose to use colours just add a few drops in hot water)

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Grilled Banana with Coconut Cream Caramel

Banana trees are humble trees that play a role in many occasions in Thai life. For example, you may remember at my sister’s wedding there was a platter decorated with beautiful folded banana leaves included in the ceremony. Also, when people build a new house, a banana tree is placed to decorate the major pole. Do you know a Thai famous festival is “Loi Krathong”, a festival of lights to pay respect to the river on a full moon night in 12th month? Krathong are made from a piece of banana trunk decorated with flowers, banana leaves, candle and incense sticks.

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Khow tom mud

Steamed sticky rice with banana in banana leaves (Khow tom mud) is a dessert that you can come across very easily in Thailand. The original recipe requires wrapping in banana leaves, but living here banana leaves are not always available and are expensive. As a substitute I use baking paper. The downside is that you lose the aromatic smell of banana leaves, but it is still good enough and I enjoy it immensely.

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Red Sticky Rice ข้าวเหนียวแดง

As a Lion brand guest blogger @lionbrandrice I made Red sticky rice for Lion brand Blog. Here is the recipe.

Can’t get enough of sticky rice desserts? Charinya Ruecha of @charinyas_kitchen shows us a Thai dessert with only a few ingredients!

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“Talking about Thai dessert always reminds me of special times” – Charinya