If you're looking for old family favourites or wish to try new ones, here you'll find recipes with bananas, mangos, sticky rice, ubes and more.
This is simple treat using a baby banana called "gluay nam wa" in Thailand. If unavailable, you can use larger bananas. Also this recipe uses hydrolyzed lime water to soak and firm up the bananas prior to cooking. This step can be left out, but the bananas may be mushy.
Kanom Krok is an ubiquitous street snack made in the cast iron kanom krok pan. This version is rich, custardy and consistent. Recipes vary wildly, but this one works every time. More important than the recipe, though, is having a seasoned pan and even heat. I use a charcoal brazier, but you can use a gas burner that is wide and has a low temperature setting.
This anytime snack is like a doughnut, but slightly more dense. They are best eaten warm.
This sweet coconut stuffed pancake roll is usually served as a snack at teatime. It is also known as Kueh Ketayap.
This common street food smells and tastes so delicious and is very easy to prepare at home. It's a great (kid) crowd pleaser!