|Place of origin||Thailand|
|Region or state||Southeast Asia|
|Main ingredients||Toddy palm, coconut milk, rice flour and sugar|
Khanom tan is made in the same way as khanom kluay. Khanom tan is made from banana and coconut milk, rice flour, yeast, and toddy palms (palm sugar). Toddy palm has a strong smell when crushed. Palm is very rich in vitamins A and C, and is juicy and soft, similar to lychee.
Khanom Tan is one popular Thai desserts that come from Sukhothai period. In that time the main ingredients were rice flour, sugar and coconut Afterwards the time had changed and people in Ayutthaya has been developed a new recipe mixing eggs with sugar. Such ingredients are used until now. Nowadays, Khanom Tan is not well known among the younger generations because It is rarely found on street or in the market but It is still popular Thai dessert. The palm has a strong smell when crushed. Palm is very rich in vitamins A and C, and is juicy and soft