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I want to explain this common Lao style breakfast to my foreign friends, but don't know how to call it in English.

What is it?




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Chinese Breakfast Bread or Chaokouay or Khaonom Khou?

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Deep Fry Pastry. It is not healthy food.  It is Chinese pastry.

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Ohhh don't think that is a Lao food... Should have told him the Sotry of how this Tea snak has evolve... biggrin

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In English, "fried dough fritters". In Chinese, "you tiao". It's a Chinese food, eaten with soya milk or porridge.

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Hi All!

Does any one know how to make it?

Thanks

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Anonymous wrote:

Chinese Breakfast Bread or Chaokouay or Khaonom Khou?



it's not chaokouay, chaokouay is voon dum



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I had that in Vientiane. It had such a bland taste, but with ovaltine it was okay... still bland.


Powdered sugar? hmmmm.

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I saw the ready to cook package in one of the asian stores abroad and its called
" chinese donut ".
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i used to eat that with ovaltine and condensed milk haha


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is call chinese doughnut

-- Edited by ultraman158 at 05:42, 2009-02-02
google it you'llsee!

-- Edited by ultraman158 at 05:48, 2009-02-02

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I like to eat that with kao piek, it's call pa tung koh in laos. In english maybe its called Fried Banana.

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gosh it looks tasty.




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We called it "Lao French Bread". My parent made them all the time. It's good to eat them with "Tom kao piak", Ovaltine.

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PA-TONG-KO



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Chinese Donut.

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HUM BAO

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khao nom teap pa.

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its a chinese CRULLER/DOUGHNUT

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it calls kalnoom markhumkhonlao.

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