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A classic honey glazed chicken recipe, but eaten the way we eat it in Thailand. With the burnt barbecued flavour coming from the soya sauces balancing the sweetness of the honey.
In Thailand they sell this sweet toast ready made in packets, like a lot of bakery products they tend to be eaten for desserts. The photo at the top is my version of it, the photo at the bottom is the commercial product, made with little mini slicers of bread, each one 4cm x 4cm. To recreate the recipe I'm using full sized sliced bread cut into quarters.
The original name 'coconut covered tapioca dessert' was so boring, I thought I'd invent a new name for this dessert. Not turk-ish delight, Thai-kish delight, since it looks similar to the starch based famous Turkish dessert. You can't really see it in the photograph, but there are beads of glistening tapioca inside.
This is more about presentation than ingredients. It is a tulip garden made from colored quail eggs & cucumber on a plate of golden rice. The rice is flavored with Ketchup, Oyster sauce and Maggi Sauce - the German made savory sauce that is popular in Thailand.
A recipe from the archives.
This is the Thai version of rice pudding made with black sticky rice and coconut milk. I like to serve it, as in the photograph above, by pressing the rice into a decorative mould and pouring the coconut milk over the top. But you can also just spoon it into a bowl and pour the coconut over it.
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