Thai Desserts Present By Yuwaluck Pongkasemsombut ID: C62152
Thai Dessert History • Thai sweets, or ‘Kanom Thai’, have unique, colourful appearance and distinct flavours. The art of Thai desserts have been passed down through the generations. Some of today’s Thai desserts are on record as far back as the Sukhothai period, almost 800 years ago.
Heart of Ingredients • Thai desserts are made of three principle ingredients: • Flour • Sugar • Ripe Coconut
Ingredients (Cont.) • Thai desserts may also contain any number of other fresh ingredients including palm sugar, rice flours, lotus seeds, cassava roots, various fresh fruits… and other ingredients.
Ingredients (Cont.) • Colouring for Thai sweets can be wistfully obtained from flowers, plants and other ingredients: • Red from rose, purple/blue from Blue Pea blossoms, yellow/orange from yolk and green from pandanus leaves.
Kanom Thai • Many Thai desserts that begin with the word “Thong” (or Gold) such as Thong Yip (Golden flower) • Thong Yip (Golden flower) : Pinched gold egg yolks • For constant availability of prosperity and riches
Kanom Thai • Thong Yod (Golden drop) : Gold egg yolks drop • Aspires to express the blessing of continued success as well as a prosperous life for the recipient. • Continuous wealth throughout life
Kanom Thai • Thong-Aek (Golden pinnacle) : Egg yolks dumpling topped with an edible gold leaf • One with Life
Kanom Thai • Foy-Thong (Golden thread) : Sweetened egg yolks thread drops • For long lasting love and steady stream of good fortune
Kanom Thai • Jah Mongkhut (Royal Crown) : Egg yolks dumpling in wheat flour crown • Triumph and Superiority
Kanom Thai • Med Kanoon (Golden sweet bean) : Sweet bean dumpling coated with egg yolks • Unconditional support to success throughout life and work
Kanom Thai • Sa-neh-jaan (Charming Moon) : Egg yolks dumpling with nutmeg extract • Alluring and loving like the moon must be including in wedding or engagement Ceremonies
Kanom Thai • Kanom Chan : Layered Rice flour dessert • Advancement and promotions as well as continual success.
Kanom Thai pandanus beetroot blue flower coffee
Kanom Thai • Look-choop (Imitated miniature fruit): Sweet bean in miniature fruit shape coated with gelatine • Lovable by all, Adoring
Kanom Thai • Koa-niew-kaew : Colourful sweet sticky rice • Constant Integrity and harmony
Kanom Thai • Koa-niew-na-koong : Yellow sticky rice topped with shrimp paste
Kanom Thai • Koa-niew-dum : Black sweet sticky rice topped with sweetened young coconut mixed with sesame
Kanom Thai Something Special before The end
Kanom Thai • Thank you..