Khanom Leum Gleun (Forgot Swallowed)



:D Don't laugh with the name of my dessert as we do. I don't know why this dessert got this name "Leum Gleun or forget swallowed" I also looking for history of them. Some old people saying that may be because of this dessert exotic and classic smoothing and very delicious that why they are don't want to swallow, they like the dessert stay longer in their mouth that why they are forgot swallowed. What do you think??

Ingredients For Base 
  • 600 g Mung Bean Flour 
  • 2 cups Rose or Jasmin Water 
  • 150 g Sugar 
  • 2-3 Food Coloring 
  • Banana leave or molds 
Preparation:
  • Mix the flour, rose water, and sugar and stir until dissolved. 
  • Warm over a medium heat, stir until it goes clear. 
  • Drop onto banana leave prepared and leave it cool.
Ingredients for the Coconut topping:
  • 200 ml Coconut Milk 
  • 1 1/2 tbsp Rice flour 
  • 1/4 tsp salt 
Preparation:
  • Mix all the ingredients warm over a medium heat, stirring until the coconut thickens and rice flour is cooked through. 
  • Turn off the heat 
  • Pour a thin layer over the mung bean mixture. 
  • Sprinkle a few toasted sesame seeds to garnish.
  

    4 comments:

    foodbin said...

    i think the Khanom Leum Gluen is so smooth and delicious that it just slides down the throat!

    Tan.wiratchada said...

    Oh...great idea and it possible..

    A Full-Timed Housefly said...

    Maybe it just melts in the mouth and no need to swallow... hahahaha

    NMOS said...

    I love how in a lot of Asian desserts there is the use of exotic/tropical fruits. Desserts with coconut, mango, jackfruit, etc are all mouth-watering. Nice blog. Keep up the good work.