Lod Chong Nam Ka Ti

Lod Chong Nam Ka Ti

2 cups of rice flour
1 cup of palm sugar
1/2 cup of concentrated pandanus squeeze
7 cups of red lime water
2 cups of coconut milk
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1. Knead rice flour with pandanus squeeze and red lime water, add it little by little until it well combine.
2. Filter with white and thin fabric.
3. Add ingredient no. 1 to brass pan and put it on fire. Stir it until it sticky but do not let it too dry or waterly.
4. Pour cool water to basin.
5. Pour ingredient no. 3 to can which has medium hole around the bottom then press and let ingredient come out from that hole to cool water.
6. Try to change water if you see it become hot.
7. Mix coconut milk with palm sugar and salt and boil it.
8. When serve, mix lod chong with coconut milk and add some little ice on top.

Thai Sticky Rice and Mango(Khao Nieow Ma Muang)

1 1/4 cups raw sticky rice (sweet or glutinous rice). Use Thai sticky rice if possible.
3/4 cup very thick coconut milk for mixing with rice (do not shake the coconut milk can before opening. Spoon out only the thick part that's usually on top)
1/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup very thick coconut milk for topping the rice (freeze the rest of the coconut milk for other use later)
1/8 tsp salt for the topping
1/2 tbsp salt for mixing with rice
1/4 tsp rice flour
6 medium mangoes -- peeled and sliced


Wash and rinse the sticky rice well. Add enough water to the rice so until the water is about 1/4" above the rice surface. Cook rice in an automatic rice cooker or in a bowl in a steamer. Do not open the rice until fully cooked (about 20-25 mins).
Heat, on low, 3/4 cup of coconut milk in a small saucepan. Add sugar and 1/2 tbsp salt to the coconut milk and cook until dissolved. Remove from heat and pour into cooked rice. Stir to mix well and set aside to let stand for about 15 mins.
Heat the rest of coconut milk and add salt.
Stir until the salt is dissolved.
This makes the topping sauce.
To serve, place sliced mangoes on a side of a serving disk. Spoon some seasoned sticky rice on the other side. Top the rice with 1 or 2 tsp of coconut sauce and serve.
Makes about 6 servings.

Banana in Coconut Milk (Kluay Buat Chee)

10     ripe bananas
1/2 cup  coconut cream
3 cups  coconut milk
1 cup   sugar
1 tsp   salt

1. Peel the bananas, cut each in half lengthwise, then cut across to get 4 pieces.

2. Pour the coconut milk into a pot and cook over medium heat until it boils.

3. Add the bananas, and cook until soft then add sugar and salt.

4. After sugar has completely dissolved, pour in the coconut cream, then remove from the heat.

5. Serve the warm bananas in a dessert bowl.

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