Taro Balls in Coconut Milk is Bua Loi Phuak Thai Vegetarian Dessert
Thai desserts have passed a long history in Thailand, once they were praised about their deliciousness and elaborate creating in a king’s rhyme. Some of them are easy to cook, but has a wonderful flavor.
Bua Loy. The little balls in the pot are made of taro, rice, or yam paste, cooking in syrup. They are served with lightly sweetened coconut milk, and sometimes an egg poached in syrup. It tastes much better than it sounds, trust me.
This menu is Thai Vegetarian and Thai dessert. It’s easy yourself for cooking at home. You can this menu in Kin-Jay festival.
Ingredient for vegan version;- 2 1/2 cup 1. Sticky rice flours
- 1 1/2 cup 2. Taro, steamed and mashed
- 3 tablespoons 3. Sugar
- 750 ml. 4. Aroy-D coconut milk
- 1 cup 5. Water
- 1 teaspoon 6. Salt
- 1 cup 7. palm sugar
Preparation;1. Knead to mix the sticky rice flour with taro well. Mash and knead until the flour is firm. Then form into small balls, 1/2 cm. diameter.
2. Boil Aroy-D coconut milk in a pot. Add palm sugar, sugar and salt. Lower the heat, stir until dissolved.
3. When it is boiled, add balls. Wait until the balls float.