Thai Golden Cups (Kra-Thong-Thong) is one of the easiest appetizers I have made and very popular not only back in Thailand but popular as an entrée with Thai restaurants throughout the world - Warattaya Smith of @loveslittlekitchen
Thai Golden Cups (Kra-Thong-Thong) is one of the easiest appetizers I have made and very popular not only back in Thailand but popular as an entrée with Thai restaurants throughout the world.
Once an appetizer only for royalty and the well to do it now populates many markets and street stalls throughout not just Thailand but much of South East Asia where the different regions have their own twist on the delicious filled fried pastry.
This is a great snack for kids as well as it’s not just yummy and fresh to eat but a fun and easy recipe for them to help you with.
There aren’t any strict filling ingredients with Kra-Thong-Thong as you can use almost anything from chicken, pork, beef and fish to just a vegetarian filling. You can also use up frozen packet vegetables in your freezer if you want to save time.
I’m lucky enough to have Kra-Thong-Thong moulds that I brought from Thailand (You can find them online). If you don’t have these moulds you can use anything that will shape like a cup such as a soup ladle for example.
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