Banana (Kluey)

Banana (Kluey)

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Many varieties of banana are grown in Thailand, but the most popular for dessert are kluey hom or kluey kai. Other popular ways of eating bananas are deep-fried in a light coating of batter to make fritters, or as banana cake.

Season: All year


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