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Dessert

THAI RECIPES: DESSERT


Coconut Sweet Rice with Mango

Flower Shape Jasmine Cookies

Sweet Rice with Corn in Coconut Syrup

Coconut Milk Custard (Khanom Tuay)

Mock Pomegranate Seed in Coconut Syrup

Pumpkin Balls in Coconut Syrup

Mung Bean Jelly with Coconut Cream

Thai Shaved Ice (นํ้าแข็งไส)

Khao Niew Kaew

Khanom Alua

Med Kanoon

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