|Place of origin||Myanmar (Burma)|
|Region or state||Southeast Asia|
|Associated national cuisine||Burmese|
|Main ingredients||egg, flour, onions, chicken, shrimp|
Khanon dok (Burmese: ခနုံထုပ်; pronounced [kʰənòʊɴdoʊʔ]; also spelt khanon htok) is a traditional Burmese snack or mont. The word khanon htok is a portmanteau of Thai khanom (lit. 'dessert') and Burmese htok (lit. 'parcel'). The snack is essentially a stuffed crepe-like omelette filled with sauteed chicken or shrimp, and rolled like an eggroll.
Khanon dok is a popular delicacy in Mandalay, where it was considered a favorite snack of the Mandalay Palace royals during tea time or supper. A series of Burmese–Siamese wars beginning with Hsinbyushin's reign resulted in the emergence of Thai-inspired delicacies, including khanon dok, shwe yin aye, mont let hsaung, and mont di.
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