Khanom Cha Mong Kood (Egg Yolks Dumpling in Wheat Flour Crown)

Cha Mong Kood is a royal Thai dessert,served to the King. It is a rare Thai dessert because of its complicated methods of making.

Ingredients for Watermelon seeds: thorn shaped
  • 1 cup red skinless watermelon seed
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup jasmine scented water
  • Mix sugar and jasmine scented water together. 
  • Heat to boiling. Remove from heat.
  • Stir fry watermelon seeds over low heat. 
  • Put finger into prepared syrup, then nib watermelon seeds with the finger till the syrup dries. 
  • Wipe the pan with wet clothes. 
  • Rub till the seeds become thorn, which takes about 5 – 6 hours. 
  • Store the seeds in closed container.
Ingredients for Cup flour
  • 1 cup wheat flour
  • 2 egg yolks1 egg
  • Mix flour with eggs. Knead till soft. 
  • Spread the flour into thin sheets, then cut the rim to make 2 inches diameter round sheet.
  • Put the flour into a small cup, press slightly to form the flour to be a cup. 
  • Remove from the cup with fork. Bake and set aside


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Perfect without any changes as far as I am concerned. I don't rate recipes a 5 if they need...
Wonderful--I was not disappointed--my 13-yr-old son couldn't eat enough of it and said it was the best dish I ever made.
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