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11 November, 2014

Thai Custard Pumpkin

Thai Custard Pumpkin
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This Thai Custard Pumpkin recipe is easy to make. However, you may need to buy two ingredients, which are coconut milk and palm sugar from an Asian aisle in a regular supermarket. Otherwise, you may find these ingredients from an Asian market.

Thai Custard Pumpkin is a Thai dessert that has a smooth texture. This Thai Custard Pumpkin recipe is a traditional recipe as long as you use the same ingredients as below. However, if you cannot find the ingredients, please feel free to use the substitute ingredients. It’s still delicious. Please watch the video how to make Thai Custard Pumpkin from Ploy’s Kitchen YouTube Channel.

The ingredients of Thai Custard Pumpkin:

2 eggs

1/3 cup of coconut milk

¼ cup of palm sugar

1/4 cup of chopped pumpkin

a pinch of salt

***You may substitute palm sugar with brown sugar.***

Cooking Directions for Thai Custard Pumpkin:

1.) Whisk coconut milk and palm sugar. Whisk until the palm sugar is all melted.

2.) Add eggs and whisk until it’s incorporated.

3.) Don’t forget to add salt and whisk until it’s all combined.

4.) Divide the batter in a ramekin. Add pumpkins on top.

5.) Steam them. You may use a rice cooker that has a steamer or you may use a steamer. You may use an oven as a steamer as well. Add water into the steamer and heat up the steamer to high. Wait until the water is boiled. Then, we steam the Thai Custard Pumpkin for 20-25 minutes or until you insert a toothpick and it comes out clean.


Now, we get Thai custard Pumpkin. This Thai Custard Pumpkin recipe is serving for 2 people. Please try this recipe at home. I promise you are gonna love this recipe.


ENJOY :)))) Thai Custard Pumpkin


More Pumpkin Recipes:

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds Ploy’s Kitchen YouTube Video

Thai Pumpkin Bread Ploy’s Kitchen YouTube Video

Stir-Fried Pumpkin with Eggs Ploy’s Kitchen YouTube Video


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As I wrote in the “About Precious” that I love cooking. I actually began cooking since I was ten. My grandmother and my mother are good home cookers. Their foods are more than delicious. Those are full of love and attention in all ingredients and techniques. Therefore, when my mom was in the kitchen, I usually asked her for a permission to get in the kitchen to help her cook. I have learned so many things from my home cooking. That was the beginning that made me love cooking and cooking became my passion.

In 2012, before I came to the U.S.A., I decided to take a Thai culinary course at Suan Dusit International Culinary School in Bangkok, Thailand. I have learned how to cook Thai traditional foods, including appetizers, entrées, and desserts. Much more than that, what I learned was not only how to cook, but also how to select good qualities of ingredients and how to prepare those ingredients for cooking. I also learned how to crave fruits and vegetables for decoration, but making it edible.

After I have spent my time on my master degrees in the U.S.A., I have been cooking and baking a lot. Many friends have known that when I have free time, I will find an opportunity to either cook or bake. I think this is a good time for me to share what I love to all of you. With all my hearts and passions, I hope you all love my recipes and techniques that I share to all of you.

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