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Are you hungry.y.y..? Bananas In Coconut Milk for You, all my dear friends | by Thai Jasmine (Smile..smile...Smile..)
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Are you hungry.y.y..? Bananas In Coconut Milk for You, all my dear friends

Very delicious Thai dessert...and very easy to cook :-)...I and my mother love to cook it always ^___^ Hope you like it too.o.o..

 

Have a wonderful day and have a great week ahead...Take care.. Keep smiling.g.g ^____^

Jasmine...

 

Bananas In Coconut Milk (Kluai Buat Chi in Thai)

 

This banana dessert is a very common Thai dessert.The main ingredient in the Thai banana dessert is a particular type of bananas and coconut milk. For good taste you will need to use the kluai nam wa type of bananas. The botanical name of these bananas is musa sapientum. There is a similar banana dessert made in certain parts of India, but the Indian banana dessert uses milk (not coconut milk) and grated coconut. The bananas in the Indian dessert are the long sweet type of bananas and no cooking or heating is involved.

 

INGREDIENTS

Ripe Nam Wa type bananas, Coconut milk , Sugar, Salt

 

PROCEDURE

Peel the bananas and slit vertically into half, then once again cut the pieces horizontally into half. Each banana would now be cut into four pieces and this is the ideal size for the bananas in the dessert to get cooked well.

 

Pour the coconut milk into a pot and turn on the heat. This is one of the main ingredients in the banana dessert recipe and the coconut milk needs to boil before we proceed. After the milk has started boiling, lower the heat to medium level and drop the banana pieces into the boiling coconut milk. For the ideal banana dessert, the bananas will have to cook until tender. It is not advisable to overcook the bananas as this will make them very soft and bloated. Sufficiently riped bananas will become tender sooner than bananas that are partially riped. Once the bananas are tender turn off the heat. Now, add the sugar and salt into the pot and keep stirring until they have dissolved.

 

Let the Thai dessert come to room temperature and then serve.

 

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Taken on February 6, 2010