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Thai Desserts : Bua Loi & How to Cook
Bua Loi (glutinous-rice flour balls in coconut cream)

Thai Desserts : Bua Loi
Bua Loi
Bua Loi is still a popular dessert in this country today. It is loved by people of all classes. That's why it is available in many places, ranging from food stalls on the sidewalk to good restaurants.


1 cup of thick coconut cream obtained by grating coconut meat and pressing it for the first time
3 cups of glutinous rice flour
2 cups of thin coconut cream obtained by pressing grated coconut meat for the second and third times
2 cups of sugar
1 teaspoon of salt

How to cook
1. Mix the flour with water and knead it into a dough.
2. Shape the dough into a number of small balls.
3. Put the balls of dough into boiling water.
4. When the balls float on the surface of the water, spoon them up and put them in cold water before taking them out.
5. Mix 2 cups of thin coconut cream with sugar and salt, and filter it.
6. Place the pot of the mixed coconut cream on a moderate heat. When it is boiling, put the balls in it.
7. When the mixture is boiling again, pour the thick coconut cream into it and remove it from heat immediately without stirring it. It is now ready for serving

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