Chuam in Thai language (pronounced chew-um) means candied, and it is simply a fruit or vegetable cooked in sugar water at low heat until thickened.

Related Articles

Kluay / Kluai ■■■■
Kluay / Kluai: Kluay or Kluai (Scientific name: Musa sapientum L. ) is the Thai word for "Banana". In . . . Read More
Kuai tiao haeng ■■■■
Kuai tiao haeng refers to Thai dish of white noodles flavored with a small amount of meat, vegetables . . . Read More
Tub tim grob ■■■■
Tub tim grob refers to a Thai dessert of Water chestnut dumpling in coconut milk . . . Read More
Mengdah / Mengdah Nah ■■■■
Mengdah / Mengdah Nah: Mengdah or Mengdah Nah refers to a giant water bug used to belong to the Hemiptera . . . Read More
Phrik Kap Klua ■■■■
Phrik Kap Klua refers to one of Thailand's dips which is made from a mixture of sugar, salt and crushed . . . Read More
Bara Sinsir ■■■■
Bara Sinsir refers to a Welsh gingerbread darkened with black molasses and brown sugar and perfumed with . . . Read More
Agua Fresca ■■■■
Agua Fresca refers to a refreshing Mexican fruit drink which is generally made with fresh fruit or a . . . Read More
Jam ■■■■
Jam refers to a type of fruit preserves made by cooking fruit with sugar and water then adding a gelling . . . Read More
Www.packinchina.com-food tins canister at top500.de■■■■
www packinchina com-food tins canister: packaging/packing for:Food: Olive oil, VEGETABLES, GRAINS, NUTS . . . Read More
Beverage ■■■■
A drink, or beverage, is a kind of liquid which is specifically prepared for human consumption. There . . . Read More