Thai Food Dessert: Pandanus Jam (Sung Khaya Bai Toey)

Sungkhaya Baitoey

Pandanus Jam - Sung Khaya Bai Toey

Prepare:

1/2 cup concentrated pandanus juice
1/2 cup coconut milk
3 tbsp. sweet condensed milk
3 tbsp. sugar
2 tsp. wheat flour
1 yolk

Cooking Instructions:

1. Mix concentrated pandanus juice, coconut milk, sweet condensed milk and sugar in a bowl. You may add more sugar if you like it sweeter.

2. After that, add yolk and wheat flour. Mix it very well. Then, pour it on white cloth filter.

3. Put it in a glass bowl that is used for microwave. Wave it on high without closing the bowl for 1 minute.

4. Bring it out to stir and wave it again for 1/2 minute.

5. Bring it out to stir again and wave it for another 1/2 minute.

6. After that, leave it cool off. Serve with bread.

This is the jam Thai people love to have it with bread or fried bread in the morning. When I was at Ubon Ratchathani University, there is a cafeteria I worked as a part-time job and it was the place where I learn how to make this jam. We served Sung Khaya Bai Toey (Pandanus Jam) with steamed bread and it had sold out before midnight of everyday.

Try it 🙂 it tastes really good.

Sawasdee Ka - Joy

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