Mouth-Watering Thai Desserts – The Flour

There are many kinds of delicious Thai desserts, and the desserts use many kinds of flour. This article is gives examples of these desserts and recommends ways to use flour for each kind of dessert to arrive at the best texture and taste.
A friend of mine told me that my article, ” Mouth-Watering Thai Desserts” on August 9th, 2008, does not have information on flour used in Thai desserts. My friend was right – I mentioned flour in one of the seven main ingredients but I did not write anything about flour. Thus, continuing from the previous article on “Mouth-Watering Thai Desserts” this article will focus on flour used in Thai desserts. Taken together, these two articles give a fuller picture of Thai desserts.The following are the common flours used in Thai desserts: sticky rice flour, rice flour, cassave starch, corn starch, wheat flour, arrowroot starch and mung bean flour.
Sticky Rice Flour (แป้งข้าวเหนียว – paeng khao niaw)
Sticky rice flour is also referred to as “sweet rice powder” or “glutinous rice flour.” It is made from short-grain sticky rice that becomes moist, firm and sticky when cooked. This is due to its proportionally higher number of waxy starch molecules. With its

Phuket attractions you must visit n your next trip

The island of Phuket over the years has attracted tourist from all across the world. The island is known for its beaches and exciting culture which guarantees a memorable holiday experience. We list some of the many interesting attractions you must add to your Phuket package:

Phang Nga Bay

The distinctive picture of this bay is the limestone karst formations that jut out vertically from the water. You can spend a leisurely day cruising through the bay. It also gives you the opportunity to land on a quiet beach to spend some time enjoying the sunlight and the emerald waters. When boating through this bay, you get the opportunity to explore the islands of James Bond and Koh Panyee.

Old Phuket town

The old Phuket town is believed to have a unique personality of its own. There are a number of shriens and Buddhist and Chinese temples and a number of quaint cafes where you can snack at. The old town was built on the riches of the tin boom of the last century. There are also a number of old printing shops along with a number of private and public museums dotting the town. The best time to explore the town