These crispy pancakes or Kanom Beung as they are known as here in Thailand make a great snack or could also be served as a dessert. They are commonly found at afternoon or evening markets here, a snack to keep you going whilst shopping for dinner.
Riang leaves are quite chewy and have a creamy texture when eaten. It is a delicious ingredient for Thai soups and stir fries. For my recipe it will been one of the main ingredients, simply stir fried with eggs.
Noodles with pork in gravy or simply Rad Naa as we call this dish in Thai is a Chinese style noodle dish. Rather than the usual Thai way of cooking noodles, this dish is served in a thick gravy style sauce.