Quick and easy dessert/banana’sincoconut milk/Kluai Buat Chi
Marvelous bloggers Sara and shobana are the creators of International food challenge on Facebook page and my friend sangeetha priya is hosting this month’s Northern Thai food challenge and she has brought to focus some interesting recipes of “Northern Thai Cuisine” that has made me to acquire some knowledge about Northern Thailand’s culinary tradition.Among the five top recipes that she has given I have tried this quick and easy dessert that is called “Kluai Buat Chi”which is very popular in Thai culture. It is a different kind of quick and easy dessert to make!!and the bananas are cut into bite size long pieces which taste’s great both cold or warm.Little pinch of salt is added to enhance the sweet taste of coconut milk and banana.Palm-sugar can be substituted with regular sugar!!if not available!But nowadays it is available in all regular provision store’s.
Cut banana’s – 2 medium size(to bite size pieces length wise)
Palmsugar powdered – 2-3 tbsp
Coconut milk – 200 ml(extracted from 1 medium-sized)
Salt a pinch
Some cut banana’s for topping
vanilla essence – 1tsp
1.Keep the flame to simmer and mix coconut milk,vanilla essence and salt in a pan.
2.Let it heat up lightly.
3.Add palm sugar.
4.After sugar melts add cut banana’s to it.
5.simmer for 10 minutes and switch off the stove.
6.Garnish with few sliced banana’s.
quick and easy dessert/banana’s in coconut milk/Kluai Buat Chi
- Cut banana's - 2 medium size to bite size pieces length wise
- Palm sugar powdered - 2-3 tbsp
- Coconut milk - 200 ml extracted from 1 medium sized coconut
- Salt a pinch
- Some cut banana's for topping
- vanilla essence - 1tsp
- Keep the flame to simmer and mix coconut milk,vanilla essence and salt in a pan.
- Let it heat up lightly.
- Add palm sugar.
- After sugar melts add cut banana's to it.
- Simmer for 10 minutes and switch off the stove.
- Garnish with few sliced banana's.
But nowadays it is available in all regular provision store's.Type of banana used for this dessert in "Thai" is called "Klaum nam wa".