Thai Food Dessert: Luuk Chuup (Fruity Mung Bean Desserts)

Fruity Mung Bean Dessert in Thai, Luuk Chuup

 

 

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Luuk Chuup (choop) Fruity Mung Bean desserts.

 

Prepare:

 

1 cup mung bean (500g)

2 and 1/2 cup sugar

1 and 1/2 cup thick coconut milk

 

 


Gelatin:

 

2 tbsp. gelatin powder

2 cups water

1/4 cup sugar

Food coloring

 

 

 



Cooking Instructions:

 

 

1. Leave mung bean in the water for 3 hours. Then, steam for 20 minutes.

 

 

2. Ground the mung bean very well. Mix it well with sugar and coconut milk in the pot.

 

 

3. Put the pot on the stove and heat it will medium heat. Stir until the mix gets dry. Make sure you can mold it.

 

 

4. Leave it cool.

 

 

5. Now, it’s a fun part and you need your artistic heart. 🙂 Mold it into a fruit shape, cherry, mango, red chili pepper, banana, orange, watermelon for example.

 

 

6. Use food coloring to color them. Make it as real as possible. Put a stick to the fruit shape and put it on a piece of Styrofoam. Then, leave it dry.

 

 

 

7. Next, dissolve gelatin in boiling water. Add 1/4 cup sugar. Wait until it is boiling, dip the fruit shape into it and leave it dry on the Styrofoam again.

 

 

8. Dip the fruits again for 3 times. Then decorate it with leaves to make it look real.

 

This is another fun Thai dessert recipes I love to make. It takes time to get the shapes and colors perfect. However, it is a fun activity to try. When I first present this food to my husband, he scared that I would give him a fake food, as it looks really like a toy or something you made as souvenir more than something to eat.

 

Hope you get some fun! Have your kids help! 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

Joy …..\(^v^)/

Author: Joy B

Sawasdee Ka! I'm Joy, the owner of Joy's Thai Food Recipe & Cooking blog. I have been cooking since I was little with my mom and aunts in northeast Thailand. I want to share my childhood Thai recipes with you. Please help me make this the best site I can by completing my survey! :) Joy To contact me use the email address below, or find me at Google+.

2 thoughts on “Thai Food Dessert: Luuk Chuup (Fruity Mung Bean Desserts)”

  1. Where can I buy the fruit mold? and do you a book or web site that show me how to color the fruit to make it look real. I would
    like to learn how to make it.
    Thank you

  2. Hi Doan,

    I don’t know where you can buy the fruit mold – we don’t really have to go looking because they’re all over Thailand. Not sure where you are… not sure how I can help. 🙂 Joy

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