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  kanom pahk moh

 

Thailand

Kanom pahk moh are a kind of sweets, that consist of a soft, often coloured dough, made from sticky rice flour stiffened with starch, and which is used as a wrapper for certain types of filling, usually a mixture of grated coconut, finely chopped peanuts and minced meat, with salt and sugar. It is typically served with lettuce and prik khee noo chilies, and generally sprinkled with fried garlic.