Symbolising the support one will receive in one's career and life, this sweet dessert resembling jackfruit seeds can be easily found around many of Thailand’s markets today - Warattaya of @loveslittlekitchen
This silky, chewy and coconutty thick jelly like dessert is usually made with 9 layers as the number nine in Thailand means luck, happiness and prosperity and was once used for auspicious occasions - Warattaya Smith of @loveslittlekitchen
Banana trees are humble trees that play a role in many occasions in Thai life... This dish uses the banana that is half green and half yellow. Grill the banana and top with yummy coconut caramel with young coconut meat. This is a snack that you could find on a street in Thailand - Charinya of @charinyas_kitchen
These cute little mung bean paste desserts were once only for Thai royalty long ago but now can be made at home with this simple recipe, patience and a little artistic flare - Warattaya Smith, @loveslittlekitchen
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