Foi means "thread" and Thong means "gold".
Can't get enough of sticky rice desserts? Charinya Ruecha of @charinyas_kitchen shows us a Thai dessert with only a few ingredients!
"Talking about Thai dessert always reminds me of special times" - Charinya
How much do you know about the Moon Festival? Guest Blogger Yen Le of @cooking.with.yen shares her experience and a creative way to celebrate
When I asked the question – What do you know about the Moon festival? Most people just think of the mooncakes but not many people know about the history and traditions behind it. Especially those people who, like me, are Asian but are living in Western Countries. I hope to share with you what I have learnt so that this important part of Asian culture is not lost.
A quick and easy Thai dessert with only 4 ingredients!
You can use the easy microwave method to cook the sticky rice
*I prefer to undercook slightly (1x 2min round and 1x1min round)
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