Toddy Palm Seed from Chaokoh (look dtahn in Thai) is a clear and crunchy seed used for making Thai desserts. Serve over crushed ice and syrup or top your favorite ice cream for a delicious Asian dessert.
Imported from Thailand, Aroy-D's canned mangosteen is a soft, sweet, and tasty. Regarded in Thailand as the "Queen of fruits", the mangosteen is an exotic delicacy that's not to be missed.
Pickled Hot and Sour Mustard Greens (called gai choy or kiam cai ) from Pigeon Brand often eaten with rice soup or used as a vegetable accompaniment. This Mustard Greens are very popular amongst vegetarians with various kind of recipes like pickled hot and sour mustard greens spicy salad ot stir-fried with other vegetables.
Import from Thailand,pickled mustard greens usually eaten with rice soup, Thai salad or Kanom Jean as side dishes. It's very easy to prepare, just slice into strips before eating.
Grass Jelly (known as chao guay) is natural black jelly can be found in China, Hong Kong and many countries in South East Asia. It is popular dessert and drink among Thais. Putting crushed ice and syrup is the best way to eat this jelly.
Young Jackfruit (kanoon awn in Thai) goes well with many kinds of food like curry or Thai-style spicy salad.