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Sugar and spice and guava that's sliced (15 baht). I'm pretty sure, anyway, that the fruit in question was guava; there's no doubt the granular seasoning had some shrimp-paste action going on.
Fruit-snacks vendorTh. Nakhon Chai Si near Soi Si Yan 3, Bangkok
October 04, 2010 in Bangkok, Street Food | Permalink
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not guava, in fact, but กระท้อน (krathon) or "santol" in english via.. tagalog?
October 11, 2012 at 10:10 PM
I'd seen frozen santol, and santol-flavored products, here in the States often enough to be sure that I must have encountered it in Thailand — I just didn't know where or when. Thanks, Peter, for this and all your informative comments!
Dave Cook |
October 12, 2012 at 09:16 AM
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