Stuffed Crescents with Mung Bean Filling or in Thai is it called khanom tua baep is one of thai dessert popular on street food made with mung beans, coconut, salt, sugar, and sesame seeds. It is delicious

  • 1/2 Cup mung bean
  • 1/2 Cup shredded/grated coconut
  • 1 Cup glutinous rice flour
  • 1 Tbsp roaster sesame seeds
  • 2 Tbsp sugar
  • 2-3 Pinch of salt
  • Food coloring

  1. Remove the Bad Seeds, wash and soak in hot water for 1 hours or over night. Drain water and stream until cooked though or boiling in water till cooked.
  2. Mix salt and shredded/grated together then bring to stream for 5 minutes so the coconut will keep for a  long time or you don't need to stream and set aside
  3. Mix glutinous rice flour with the hot water and knead until the flour is smooth
  4. Seperate the dough into 3 parts. Use a different color for each part of the dough to make the dessert colorful. Knead the dough's so the color is even on all three parts.
  5. divide the dough and roll the dough into a small ball about 1/4 inch thick. Cover with a damp white materal to make the dough not dry. (while you roll the dough start to boil the water
  6. When the water is hot add the small color dough balls into the water you can see when the balls are cooked the balls will starts to float. then remove into coconut that you set aside
  7. Flatten the dough with a bottom of a cup and stretch, add the mung beans into the center of the dough, fold in half, seal the ends after you seal all finished add 2-3 tbsp of mung bean then mix together. remove to a seving plate
  8. In a small bowl mix sesame seeds with sugar together. Remove to serving plate
Stuffed Crescents with Mung Bean Filling
(Kha Nom Thua Paeb )
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