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4 reviews
 
1hr

This is a rich and creamy Indian dessert recipe with the goodness of milk, nuts and the natural sweetness of carrots.

Recipe by: UDAYAA

 
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30min

This irridescent milk jelly, delicately perfumed with almond, is set off to perfection by the exotic flavours and beautiful colours of the mixed fruit salad. Very little sugar is needed as the fruit provides natural sweetness.

Recipe by: Norma MacMillan

 
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25min

Rice vermicelli is partnered with seeds and coconut to make a savoury meat-free dish.

Recipe by: Brenda Houghton

 
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6hr

Shrikhand is a creamy strained yoghurt dessert from western India served here with dates, lychees, papaya and pomegranate.

Recipe by: Brenda Houghton

 
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50min

This is my take on a Thai soup recipe -- minus the gluten and more of the good stuff!

Recipe by: elanaspantry.com

 
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40min

This is a fun, delicious little dessert to impress your friends. This recipe uses typical ingredients found in Thai desserts like tapioca, coconut and pandan leaves.

Recipe by: wiley

 
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35min

This gluten-free dessert is delicious! A light and crispy coconut batter encases a soft and sweet banana filling. Enjoy with coconut ice cream or drizzled with honey or golden syrup.

Recipe by: veggigoddess

 
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1hr

This delicious Thai steamed pumpkin cake is simple to make, gluten-free and vegan-friendly. Pumpkin is grated into a batter made with coconut milk, coconut cream, rice flour, tapioca flour and sugar.

Recipe by: wiley

 
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35min

These Middle Eastern cookies are rich, chewy on the inside and crunchy on the outside. They are flourless and are gluten-free. Enjoy as a snack or with a cuppa.

Recipe by: The Rebbetzin Chef

 
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12min

This is a typical Thai dessert. Choose bananas that are not too ripe as they need to hold their shape after cooking. This simple dessert is traditionally eaten warm, and sometimes as a snack. Remember to treat coconut milk as you would fresh milk or cream and refrigerate any that is left over. The addition of salt is important as it balances the sweetness of the sauce with the richness of the coconut milk.

Recipe by: gemboland

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