White Chaw-Moung and shrimp (Khanom Chaw-Moung Sri-Khaw sai koong)


Khanom Chaw-moung  or Steamed dark indigo flower flour with filling is another Thai dessert.  This dessert not easy to find present.  But for this recipe I didn’t  use any color filling, It is the natural color of the flour used... Because today we find it very difficult indigo flower.  But the lack of color makes the dessert  look clean and tasty.   But if you really want to taste I suggest try to do by yourself  better then out to find from somewhere else.   It’s more difficult to find.    This dessert will consist of 2 parts white is part of the flour and the mincemeat is filling….

Ingredients: Filling
  • 200 grs shrimp chopped
  • ¼  cup shredded coconut
  • 1 tbsp shallot, diced
  • 1 ½ tbsp sugar
  • ½ tsp pepper
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 6 glove garlic, crushed
  • 3 coriander root, chopped

Ingredients:  for  Flour
  • ½  cup cassava flour
  • 2 cups rice flour
  • ½  tbs arrow root flour
  • 3 cups white jasmine flower water
  • ½  cup thick vine bearing dark indigo water
  • 2 tsp lime juice
  • ½  cup coconut cream
  • 2 tsp vegetable oil
Preparation: Filling
  1. Heat a pan and pour all of the ingredients filling into a hot pan.
  2. Then stir the filling until well mixed.
  3. Lift the pan from heat.
  4. Add sugar and continue stir the filling until mixed well.
Preparation: Flour
  1. Mix 3 kinds of flour together
  2. Pour white jasmine flower water little by little kneads the flour for 5 minutes.
  3. Then pour the whole white jasmine flower water.
  4. Stir the mixture at the low heat until the cooked flour comes off easily. 
  5. Then take the pan out from heat. 
  6. Knead and make the cooked flour into small ball shape.
  7. Make small balls into bulge shape at the bottom (Do not make it to thin) Put the filling on. 
  8. Cover and make into flower by using tweezers. 
  9. Steam the flower in a double boiler for 4-5 minutes. 
  10. Then sprinkle the cooked flower flour with viscid

4 comments:

Yati said...

love your page so much...i like thai dessert and thai food...found your blog while receipt at google..

^_^

foodbin said...

the skin are so translucent and those Khanom Chaw-moung looks so gorgeous.

Anonymous said...

Hi there,
great blog!
what is the name of the cake with a green dot on your blog heading picture?
please let me know coz they look yummy :)
orenishii05@hotmail.com

máquinas de hielo industrial said...

this looks amazing