|3 Thai good luck dessert|
2. “ Tong Yod” is made from egg yolk and flour then cooked in flower syrup just like “Tong Yip” but they have a special technique to drop the batter to make it look like a drop of water and it tastes the same as “Tong Yip”.
3. “Foy Tong” is made from egg yolk then poured into a banana leaf cone (or a can that has a small hole) and let it drip like a string into flower syrup. It comes out like golden strings that taste so good. The meaning is rich.
4. “ Kanom Chan” is made from rice flour, tropical flour, coconut milk, sugar, poured onto a mold and then steam until it is cooked. This process is repeated 9 times forming 9 layers for good luck. (in Thai nine or “Kao” mean forward).
5. “Tong Ake” is made from flour egg yolk sugar and coconut milk. This dessert takes a lot of time and experience to make it. It tastes sweet and soft.
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6. “Mea Kha Noon” is made from mung bean cooked with coconut milk and stir it to thicken into a ball, then dip into egg yolk and cook it in syrup.
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7. “Ja Mong Kud” this dessert is very difficult to make because it has a shell part just like a tart shell and decorated with watermelon seed candy then put Tong Ake (dessert number 5.) into a shell and top with real gold. That’s how they make it (don’t worry I’m not making it)
8. “Kanoom Touy Fu” This is a dessert almost like sponge cake but uses rice flour and is steamed instead of baked.
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