Taat refers to a circular bamboo platter or tray used in Laos to hold food which are put out all at once on the dining table. Each dish to be served are put in individual medium sized bowls and then they are all put on top of the Taat. A Taat can hold up to about 14 small bowls of dishes including the sticky rice basket. The sticky rice basket called Tip Khao is used to hold sticky rice once it has been cooked and cooled.

Related Articles

Tip Khao ■■■■■■■
- Tip Khao is a term in Laos which refers to a simple but attractive woven bamboo container where cooked . . . Read More
[www.nguyenvinhmcf.com] vietnam bamboo rattan handicraft, basket, lacquerware, g at top500.de■■■■
[www nguyenvinhmcf com] vietnam bamboo rattan handicraft, basket, lacquerware, gift, bar, hotel, home . . . Read More
Khao Man ■■■■
Khao Man refers to Brunei's "Coconut Rice ". - Khao Man can be prepared with ordinary or sticky rice, . . . Read More
Donburi ■■■■
Donburi refers to a Japanese food of large bowl for noodle and rice dishes. It is also known as a large . . . Read More
Ligo ■■■■
Ligo is the brand name of the most popular canned sardines in the Philippines and you bet they are popular . . . Read More
Ba Chang ■■■
Ba Chang is Glutinous Rice Dumpling and one of Malaysia's festive foods that is usually serve in mid-June . . . Read More
Basmati rice ■■■
Basmati rice is a long-grain and scented rice and when literally translated from Hindi it means "queen . . . Read More
Kalonji ■■■
Kalonji is the Hindi term for Nigella seeds. Kalonji refers to small black seeds grown on Kalonji bushes, . . . Read More
Binuro ■■■
Binuro refers to a Filipino cooking term that uses salt as a preservative or using salt to preserve food. . . . Read More
Tapsilog ■■■
Tapsilog refers to the Philippines' famous food combination made of Tapa (beef jerky for TA of TAPsilog), . . . Read More