Rice Balls in Sweet Coconut Milk (Thai Dessert) – ขนมบัวลอย (Bua Loy) [4K]

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Rice Balls in Sweet Coconut Milk (Thai Dessert) – ขนมบัวลอย (Bua Loy) [4K]

A popular Thai dessert that everyone seems to be well known. In the old days, we make Bua Loy by using tapioca flour and sticky rice flour and kneading with coconut milk only. But nowadays we use color from natural or food coloring to make it more colorful. We can guarantee for easy cooking. Let’s follow us to the kitchen.

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Nanik Listiani says:

Yummy 😘😘😘😘😘😋

zel rand says:

i luv all your work <3 thanks 🙂

MEENU VERMA says:

please tell me a substitute for tapioca flour if there is no substitute for tapioca flour can i make it only with rice flour

Staci Lo says:

Where can i order the food coloring??

Soni L says:

Wow! what exotic dessert, looks delicious! I'm going to try to make it, about pandan leaves i'm going to change to lemon leaves, and watch the experiment. I love to explore all kind of recipes around the world.

Rohit Pillai says:

I don't have pandan leaves and pandan extract and is not available here so can I skip it out for this dessert recipe? ????

sally aluviel o says:

Just a side note Pandan leaves. These are used to make Hawaiian wraps you see in Luas. or Asian markets for sticky rice. These Leaves are sweet and have a distinct flavor. It was put in this recipe for flavor. They did not change the structure or have any kind of chemical reasons for being there like Baking soda and salt when baking. its not a Must have, however it does make it more authentic.

Schafynaz Salleh says:

where i can get the coconut cream?

Thảo Nhi says:

nhac nghe tua tua fairy tail vai

Muang Lee says:

I love your dessert I'm going to try how to make thanks for sharing 4/22/16 👍🏻👍🏻

Melissa RMT says:

Is rice flour the same as tapioca flour? Or do I combine the flours?
 The video just says to add water to the flour. Thank you:)

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