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DIY Thai Khanom Luk Chup – TINY fruit-shaped desserts made from MUNG BEAN PASTE



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Made in Thailand, Thai khanom luk chup are miniature fruit and veggie-shaped desserts that are made of sweetened mung bean paste. Here’s how to make them and what they taste like.

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