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Toffee Butter and Thai Tapioca? Put it in my Mouth! Hilah Cooking

Toffee Butter and Thai Tapioca? Put it in my Mouth! Hilah Cooking

Toffee Butter and Thai Tapioca? Put it in my Mouth! Hilah Cooking



20 thoughts on “Toffee Butter and Thai Tapioca? Put it in my Mouth! Hilah Cooking

  1. Csm3PO

    Hi, Hilah! We have this sort of tapioca-pearls-pudding here in Brazil! It's similar to this Thai one, but it's made with grape juice or WINE! It's called "sagu". And instead of the salty coconut cream on top, we use custard. You should try it! :D

  2. Makingnewnamesisdumb

    Thai people are weird. I don't know what their deal is, man, they dip perfectly good sweet fruits like pineapple into salt and pepper flakes and spices and it makes them super bitter and sour and crazy. It's like they aren't allowed to enjoy food that isn't wildly salty or spicy.

  3. Jirawat Tienpichetpong

    That's called "Med-Ka-Noon", it's mean jack fruit's seed because of its shape looks like jack fruit seed. It made of monk bean paste with sugar and coconut milk coated with egg yolks and boil in sugar syrup, that's why it look glossy. Feel good to see that you like Thai desserts. ^^

  4. Kitchen All Over the World

    I'm super intrigued by that salty coconut. Think you could reverse-engineer it?

  5. Bryar Grondin

    Maybe get a mic that's not so close to your mouth. I love your videos but the mouth noises are a bit much! Love you tons!

  6. The Bald Chef

    Hilah don't misunderstand my comment, I am a Thai food aficionado. I spent time in Thailand and have been eating Thai food for many many years. I never really got their desserts, some of them look very good and colorful, but most fell short when it came to taste. I do however appreciate you willing to give a few of these Thai desserts a try. I guess you need to learn to love them, I just never got it. Interesting perspective.

  7. peerah

    And you need to put the whole thing of coconut milk (or at least one half) into the tapioca and mix well! I promise you it will taste so much better.

  8. peerah

    The first one is called Med Ka Noon, which means jackfruit seeds. Probably because the size and shape resemble those of the jackfruit seed.

  9. Nantanat Rugsiyawath

    We are glad that you like Thai desserts :). The orange one is called Med Ka-Nun, the filling is similar to Look Chub but Med Kanun is coated with egg yolk. And there is a trick to enjoy Tapioca, you better pour the coconut milk on top. You will get the mixed taste of salty and sweet. Enjoy! 😄

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