I plan to cook a thai dish this weekend and I search for a dessert that fits to that. In particular it will be a chicken dish with lemon gras.

I moved the drink part of the question here. Sorry for that.

  • This is a poll, not a question. Please re-phrase or it will get closed – TFD Sep 15 '11 at 5:19
  • Changed it. Is it ok like that? – moonglum Sep 15 '11 at 7:15
  • He was referring to the fact that on this site, we only want to have questions with a single correct answer. The problem with your question is that if somebody says "the best Thai dessert is a mango" and another one says "the best Thai dessert is a pineapple", none of the answers is objectively better than the other one. See cooking.stackexchange.com/faq#dontask for details. – rumtscho Sep 15 '11 at 9:13
  • I forked the question, sorry for that! I absolutely understand the problem! – moonglum Sep 15 '11 at 9:36
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    Welcome to the site moonglum. Open ended poll type questions are not a good fit for our site. Questions asked here must have reasonably objective answers. – hobodave Sep 15 '11 at 16:06

what about thai iced tea, and sticky rice with the mango?

  • This is the standard at my regular Thai restaurant. – Cos Callis Sep 14 '11 at 20:47

Fresh fruit (mango, coconut, pineapple) is always a great dessert, and Thai iced tea is a refreshing drink (I actually sometimes drink it instead of having dessert because it's often really sweet.)


For dessert, I've made:

1 can Coconut Milk 4 bananas

Cut the bananas up into 1" chunks. Add to a pan with the coconut milk and gently cook. I have a spice called "Sweet Spice" made by Alchemy Spice company that I add to the mixture as well.

Pre-prepare some mugs with vanilla ice cream in the freezer. Pull the mugs out of the freezer and add some of the banana / coconut milk mixture and serve.


Thai tea is a must but don't forget about pickled lemonade.



  • Sorry, but I moved that part of the question :( – moonglum Sep 15 '11 at 9:37

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