Monday, August 22, 2016

Being Khanhom Beuang

#SnackAttack: Khanhom Beuang - Thai Street Food

There's nothing like the street food in Thailand, one of which is a popular street snack called khanhom beuang (ขนมเบื้อง). Made of rice flour, this thin taco-like crepes are topped with coconut cream, followed by a selection of sweet or savory toppings. I had mine the Royal Thai way with fios de ovos, meaning egg threads in Portuguese, which is made of egg yolks drawn into thin strands and boiled in sugar syrup. IT WAS DELICIOUS. <3 DISCLAIMER: This video is not sponsored. I received no compensation from companies whose products I feature. Opinions expressed here are my own. # # # Thanks for watching! Don't forget to subscribe to see more from my channel. :) ⭐️ Follow me on Instagram: ⭐️ Follow me on Twitter: ⭐️ Facebook: ⭐️ Email: Please e-mail me or comment on this video if you have any requests of what you would like me to try next!

Posted by Sharmine Ishak Eats the World on Monday, August 22, 2016

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