Wangnumkhao Sub Distict Bandanlanhoi Distict Sukhothai Province Thailand Khao Tom Mad [ Sweet Sticky Rice Parcels ]
Title : Khao Tom Mad: Sweet Sticky Rice Parcels Author :suba_4suchada(Suchada Sudsaeng) Advisors :Ms.Janson Konna, Mr.Kittipong Thaiwat, Mr.Akkachai Suriye, Mrs.Chisa Rakwanna, Ms.Jeerapha Tancharoen and Ms.Watchara Yaem-maak.
Background for Khao Tom Mad The Khao Tom Mad cuisine is one of important food of Ban Wang Nam Khao., so it should be conserve .
Process: Sub District Cuisine (Khoa Tom Mad) Stage1 Study and research the tourist spots of to create the presentation (Power Point presentation, E-book or Flash) and post in http://cc.britishcouncil.org/studentdialogues/ School Projects/Better Community Better Life . Stage2 Community culture investigation & survey in topic of Khao Tom Mad. Stage3 Community cultural branding presentation(Sub District Cuisine) in topic of Khao Tom Mad.
Stage4 Post the cultural branding presentation in http://cc.britishcouncil.org/studentdialogues/ School Projects/Better Community Better Life to compare the experience with learner aboard Stage5 Better Community and Better Life presentation and exhibition (at school or community).
There are 17 villages. <ul><li>Moo 1 : Klongsaket . The population 263. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 2 : Wangnumkao.The population 577. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 3 : Landoo. The population 181. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 4 : Wangkonpai. The population 282. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 5 : Heuykrai. The population 526. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 6 : Kogkeuiyyailong. Thepopulation 295. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 7 : Wangden. The population 205. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 8 : Wangpong. The population 216 </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 9 : Phutong. The population 464. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 10 : Namlad. The population 343. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 11 : Lantong. The population 347. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 12 : Nongbue. The population 225. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 13 : Kaokwang. The population 265. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 14 : khokaew. The population 157. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 15 : Phungeorn. The population 618. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 16 : Phongam. The population 567. </li></ul><ul><li>Moo 17 : Heuykrai Tai The population 682 </li></ul>
Ingredients 1 2/3 cups sweet (glutinous) rice 2 cups coconut milk 1/2 cup of sugar A pinch of salt 1/4 cup of dried black beans 2 medium bananas, halved Several pieces banana leaf or aluminum foil
K h ao Tom Mad is a Thai street food made of sweet sticky rice cakes filled with banana, black beans and then steamed in banana leaf parcels. It's often confused with Khao Tom Mad. The difference between them is that the latter is not pre-cooked in coconut milk and therefore lasts longer without refrigeration. There are over 20 different types of bananas in Thailand with the smaller, sweeter red bananas used in recipes such as this one. Khao Tom Mad can be found in street markets all over Thailand. Eaten both as a sweet snack or as a meal in itself, the parcels are often given to monks as food offerings at the beginning of Buddhist lent ( Khao Phansa ). This marks the start of the three-month monsoon season; a time where the monks retreat to monasteries and concentrate on Buddhist teachings.
1. Soak the glutinous rice in water overnight, then drain If you want to include the black beans soak them overnight also and boil until soft 2. Combine coconut cream, sugar and salt in a separate bowl and stir until ingredients absorbed 3. Put all of the drained rice in a non-stick pan on low heat, and very 4. slowly add the coconut cream mixture while stirring with a wooden spoon 5. Keep stirring over simmering heat until the rice is tender and all of the coconut milk is absorbed 6. This may take up to one hour, be patient and make sure the coconut milk is absorbed 7. Let cool.
1. Put a small amount of rice on a banana leaf and mix with black beans. 2. Place a banana on top 3. cover with more rice and beans 4. fold up the leaf and tie securely 5. Repeat until all bananas are used up 6. Steam for 15 minutes, in a steamer , allow to cool Unwrap and serve