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    What's your favourite Thai Snack

    Thai fun food or dinner on a stick is everywhere in Thailand, in fact as you all know food is everywhere in Thailand. Besides this post being about blowing our own trumpet with regards to Thai food activities in the UK, I would also like to know what your favourite Thai fun food is? The snacking type of food or as the Thais say ''ของกินเล่น'' ''khong kin len''

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    Thai muff, definatily my favourite brunch !! 555555
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    I like eating banana chips while in LOS... not sure if they're classed as Thai food though...
    The other thing I cant seem to go past is those chocolate banana pancakes/jappardis the street vendors make...... yum yum

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    Unripe mango and chilli.....Luv it luv iiiiit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justcruzing1 View Post
    Thai muff, definatily my favourite brunch !! 555555

    Can you show us a pic JC ?


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    Even though they are fruit, I luv tooklook's( เสาวรด = passionfruit )
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    Love the bugs, just like eating peanuts. Love them

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    For Nui, it is definitely Durien .... the fruit that hotels do not want you to bring into the room because it smells so strong. Nui could eat it all day. The entire trip I kept looking for those big fried grasshoppers that she loved on trip #1, but I was unable to find them anywhere, maybe because it was just not grasshopper season. Personally, I'm not much of a "snacker", but I found I really liked Longan, or Lumyai Nui sometimes called it. She would often see them for sale at a sidewalk vendor, and buy a bagful. They are always sold still attached to the branch, and stay good for a few days it seems.
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    A fine snack JC in fact can be turned in to banquet. PPB you are definitely making me hungry with the chocolate banana pancakes, but even though I love them I end up spending a while on the treadmill or I end up wearing them. Wabbits you are certainly a brave man how many unripe mango's and chilli can you eat before a jittery stomach occurs?
    The rest would look great in a picnic basket
    Rivo is bringing the passion fruit ooh and some Thai Muffins that he got from JC
    Eamon is bringing some bugs
    Vanguy is bringing the Durian and the grasshoppers
    Now add the unripe Mango's, chilli and chocolate banana pancakes and i'll bring the beer.
    What more could we need, no doubt someone will tell me. 555

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    The beers are in the fridge
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    I don't know the name but I shared a small bag of gooseberry sized green fruit . ( crab apples?). Dipping them into a bag of chilli and sugar mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockitt View Post
    I don't know the name but I shared a small bag of gooseberry sized green fruit . ( crab apples?). Dipping them into a bag of chilli and sugar mix.
    Possibly baby green mango's, often hard to get, but very nice sliced and dipped in nam pla.
    Durian smoothies do it for me ... we freeze the flesh and blend with a little milk for the most awesome icecream-like snack I have ever tasted.

    Som tam Thai is my favourite snack food - Jo whips up a bowl whenever she's hungry .... frequently.
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    Good grief you lot eat a load of sour stuff. I am not sure how the stomach will take sour snacks a bag of grasshoppers and ice cold beer, but willing to give it a go.

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    Would probably have to say the Crunchy Green Mango, but there are many more that I enjoy

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    toot gai BBQ...on a stick...deeelicious

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    During the day, sweet mango.

    At night, nothing beats nutella and banana pancakes...I'll call it Thai as it is the only place I have it.
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    TG bought watermelon seeds as a snack from 7-11. Made me laugh as we buy so called seedless watermelons in Oz.
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    Not sure if you consider this as a snack but we bought a small bag of dried fish, only small fish, from the street market in Samui. They were very crispy and they went down well with a bottle of Tiger beer.

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