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Khanom Sangkaya Fak Thong (Pumpkin Custard)
One of Thai sweet dessert that you will love. It would be "Pumpkin Custard". In Thai we called "Sangkaya Fak Thong". This is one of my favorite Thai dessert, I eat often and easy to cook, you should try and you will love it!!
Nong Nooch Tropical Garden and Resort in Pattaya
No matter how alluring the sands of Pattaya and Jomtien can be, eventually the busy life that sometimes accompanies that pleasure can be enough to drive even the sanest of farang tourists crazy. Thankfully, refuge comes in many different forms around the area. One of those is the beautiful grounds of Nong Nooch Tropical Garden and Resort.
Thai steamed recipe "Ho Mok Pla"
Ho Mok Pla is a rarity: a dish intended as an appetizer or snack. It is essentially a custard made from curried steamed fish. A non curried set of ingredients is include d as an "afterthought", though to avoid repetition. In Thailand this is steamed in little cups made from banana leaves, pinned together with tooth picks, but you could just as well use ramekin bowls. This popular Thai steamed recipe "Ho Mok Pla" Thai curries are delicious at the best of times but this one is one of my favourites. It is quite simple to prepare and takes very little cooking time also.
Thai Baked Shrimp with Glass Noodles
This Baked Shrimp with Glass Noodles recipe is a slightly modified version of the well known Thai recipe, Kung Op Wun Sen. Traditionally, the shrimps or prawns in Baked Shrimp with Glass Noodles are cooked whole without removing the shell but you can remove the shells if you prefer, perhaps reserving one or two unshelled shrimps to place on top. This addition is of course entirely optional.
Tub Tim Grob (Red Rubies dessert)
Tub-tim literally means ruby or pommegranate. Tub-tim grob is a desert that refers to pommegranate. There are three parts to this dessert, the red coated pommegrante piece, syrup and coconut milk.
The fruit from toddy palms can also be eaten and are rich in vitamins A and C, and can be eaten as young fruits, which are soft and juicy and somewhat like lychees but milder and with no pit, or old fruits, which are harder and less juicy. It is this toddy palm pulp that these cakes are made of, along with rice flour, yeast, palm sugar, coconut cream and coconut milk. Toddy Palm Cake they're kind of like sponge cake, a little sweet and different tasting than regular sugar. Enjoy ka!
Choosing a Reliable Agent
Whether you choose to live in a gated development, purchase a stand-alone home, or for the even more adventurous, buy a piece of raw land on which to build your future dream house, you will be in need of the services of a good real estate agent. Choosing the right agent is essential as a reputable firm with good local contacts can help you avoid many of the pitfalls that a less informed buyer might encounter.
Massaman Chicken Curry (Geng Mussaman)
Massaman curry (Thai: แกงมัสมั่น; kaeng matsaman or gaeng masaman) is a southern Thai dish that is Muslim in origin. It is most commonly made with beef, but can also be made with duck, pork, chicken, or tofu.
Get your VAT Refund
You went shopping in Thailand and and you bought presents and souvenirs...a camera or a computer...Dont forget to get back your tax and so to save up on the final price of your purchase.
Allow yourself adequate time at the airport for the refund process. If you request for refund by bank draft or credit into your credit card account and receive no response within an appropriate time.
Thai pork satay - Moo Satay
''Moo Satay'' is one of the most famous street foods in Thailand. This appetizer can be found almost everywhere from street venders to restaurants. The 2 common dipping sauces are matsaman dipping sauce or nam jim arjad accompanied with toasted bread. This appetizer is not common to make at home since it can be easily bought at a low price. However, people will make this dish at home for some occasions such as for bringing to a temple. It is easy to make and can be a fun activity for a family or a group of friends, threading slivers of pork on skewers.
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