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Pumpkin in coconut cream, known in Thai as fakthong kaeng buat (Thai: ฟักทองแกงบวด, romanizedfakthǭngkǣngbūat, pronounced [fák tʰɔ̄ːŋ kɛ̄ːŋ bùa̯t]), is a traditional Thai desert. It is regarded to be one of the most well known Thai desserts. [1]

The history of fakthong kaeng buat is unknown. According to some research,[who?] the dish may have been introduced by local people in the Northeast of Thailand. (Napasorn Phrayalaw, 2012)

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See also


  1. ^ Leela Punyaratabandhu. "Cooking Thai: 5 basic ingredients that can be used in hundreds of dishes". CNN. Retrieved 2022-09-23.
  2. ^ “30 benefits of pumpkin”. Retrieved 2016-03-09
  3. ^ “Pumpkin in sweet coconut cream (Fak thong Keang Buat)”. Retrieved 2016-03-09
  4. ^ “Thai local dessert: Fak thong keang buat”. Retrieved 2016-03-09