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Kanom is the generic word for snacks, often referring to sweets or desserts. Sweet khanom are usually made of certain ingredients: powdered rice, sugar, flour and coconut milk or cream. There is a huge variety available: khanom dtaan - palm sugar, khanom gluay - banana, khanom faakthong - pumpkin, khanom phueak - taro depending on the season. They are often presented in a tiny basket made of banana leaves. It is believed that the Thai dessert had its origin in the Sukhothai Era.
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Kanom is the generic word for snacks, often referring to sweets or desserts. Sweet khanom are usually made of certain ingredients: powdered rice, sugar, flour and coconut milk or cream. There is a huge variety available: khanom dtaan - palm sugar, khanom gluay - banana, khanom faakthong - pumpkin, khanom phueak - taro depending on the season. They are often presented in a tiny basket made of banana leaves. It is believed that the Thai dessert had its origin in the Sukhothai Era.