Cookbook:Kanom Piak Poon (Thai Coconut and Pandan Pudding)

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Kanom Piak Poon (Thai Coconut and Pandan Pudding)
CategoryThai recipes

Cookbook | Ingredients | Recipes

Kanom piak poon is a thickened Thai sweet made of coconut, rice flour, and pandan.


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  1. Combine the rice flour, arrowroot, and lime water. Stir in the sugar, water, pandan juice, coconut milk, and salt until the sugar dissolves. Strain this mixture into a brass pan or pot to remove any solids.
  2. Heat the pan over low heat. Stir the mixture continuously over low heat to keep it from sticking to the bottom of the pan.
  3. Cook until the mixture is glossy and thickened. This will take about 30–40 minutes.
  4. Pour the mixture into an oiled mold. Smooth the top, then let rest until cool.
  5. When the pudding is cooled, use a knife to cut into the desired shape. Serve with grated coconut.

Notes, tips, and variations

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  • If the pot or pan starts to heat until the smoke rises, reduce the heat a little and stir the flour mixture quickly.