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    Patango or Thai Donuts

    Patango or Thai Donuts, Amnerica has there breakfast donuts with jam, Thailand more than likely with Thai congee, both make a complete and filling breakfast, also the patango goes great with a freshly brewed coffee and is extremely cheap and quick to make.

    You can make them in any shape you want, obviously round balls are the quickest and easiest, but the man at the market who made these ones in the photos was a real professional and liked them made into circles, takes a bit longer but for presentation he gets 10 out of 10.





    Deep-fried dough stick is called Patango in Thailand. In the morning you can easily find them being made by street vendors and they're very inexpensive.

    Ingredients

    3 cups of all purpose flour
    1 cup of water
    1 teaspoon baking ammonia (or substitute baking powder)
    1/4 teaspoon of baking soda
    1 teaspoon of sugar
    1 tablespoon vegetable oil

    Method

    Mix baking soda, baking powder, salt and sugar. Add water and stir well.
    Add this mixture to the all purpose flour, then stir a little bit (don't over-stir).
    Add vegetable oil then mix well until entirely combined together.
    Cover this with thin fabric such as a kitchen towel, and leave it for 4 hours at room temp.

    Heat oil in a wok or frying pan.
    Sprinkle some flour on a table then pick out a handful of the mixture and put it on the table.
    Sculpt it into a long shape and press it.
    Cut it to small pieces then dab a bit of water in the middle of each piece.
    Pair it together then drop to hot oil and fry it until it rises and has nice color to it.

    More Thai Recipes.

    Thai Food For Newbies

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    Love these with a cup of coffee if its too early in the morning for a big breakfast.
    Every Friday after dropping Ms Bangyai off at her market stall I get back to Bangyai and pick up about 8 bahts worth ( 1 baht each ) from my favourite vendor. If badly made they are all grease and no dough but this bloke makes them just right. Great for dunkin.

    More traditionaly they are shaped like this :




    but as you say they can be any shape at all.

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    ^Our Gert brings that shape back as a snack,i dunk them in tomato ketchup.

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    Watch the oil they are fried in though. Some places seem to be using oil so old it looks like it came out of a crankcase.

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    Thai doughnuts are called salabao around these 'ere parts.

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    ^thats the white dough things with chicken or pork inside?

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    I thought salabao were the white steamed thingies with no hole in the middle

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    ^Yep, thats the things.

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    The best tasting bit is the paper stuck to the bottom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim
    The best tasting bit is the paper stuck to the bottom
    and certainly isn't the salty egg you inadvertently bite into. Yuck, yuck and yuck again..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim
    I thought salabao were the white steamed thingies with no hole in the middle
    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    thats the white dough things with chicken or pork inside?
    I guess the Midget doesn't know wtf she's talking about (again).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    I guess the Midget doesn't know wtf she's talking about (again).
    Is she the one that got you onto Ford Thailand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    I guess the Midget doesn't know wtf she's talking about (again).
    She might have got confused when you said Patango
    It's pronounced "Baton-Core"

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Watch the oil they are fried in though. Some places seem to be using oil so old it looks like it came out of a crankcase.
    Very true. For this reason alone not too wise to eat them often but once in a while .... hurt yourself.

    For the benefit of The Midget :




    This is a Sarabao , best ask whats in it before buying

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    There's a guy who comes around the village at 6am selling 'Thai doughnuts'. I asked the Midget to get some and she called them sarabao. Naturally, I started asking for them occasionally using sarabao as their name.

    I asked her why she called them that when they were in fact bpatan-gor. Apparently, it was me who started using that word despite having never heard of them before. Now she's got the hump because I tried to use logic on her. In her defense, she has been doing Thai exams for the last couple of days, so her brain is a logic-free zone for a while.

    It's all my fault again.

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    Oh don't get me started
    The number of times I have been told the wrong word for something and then told I'm stupid because I use the word I was taught.
    Grrrr....that one ended in a divorce

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    It's all my fault again.
    Has there been a time that this isn't the case?

    Not in any relationship I've ever been in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke
    Has there been a time that this isn't the case?
    She'll quite often say sorry if she thinks she's wrong.

    I doubt she will tonight though. I had a go at her for buying some Chinky slimming coffee, so she's doubly pissed off with me. Oh, and the kids have been a pain in the arse, so she's ready to kill everyone who gets in her way.

    I think I'll hide in the office for the rest of the evening...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    It's all my fault again. __________________
    Has it ever been any different with any woman? Same planet mate, different worlds.

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    I just made her a coffee and she touched my cock, so I think I'm ok.

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    Patong-go are the go! I have recently started to eat them with some morning joke (rice porridge) at the market, giving them a good dunking into the stuff and slurping my cafe boran. Even the locals were impressed with the farang coming up with such a thing. It's a big feed for breakfast and one of my favourites, I guess around 50 baht all up if you are a pig like me and always buy 10 bahts worth of Patong-go. Not bad as you won't need to eat until late afternoon after it.
    Fahn Cahn's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    I just made her a coffee and she touched my cock, so I think I'm ok.
    Was it one of those quick squeezes they do like they're just checking it's still there?

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    ^^^
    What does she do for a sandwich ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bung View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    I just made her a coffee and she touched my cock, so I think I'm ok.
    Was it one of those quick squeezes they do like they're just checking it's still there?
    It was a light brush of the outside of her hand. I think it was accidental, but she chuckled when I told her off for being talung.

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    These look delicious, but every time I had them I had bad stomach for a while. Must be the oil they use (those things soak up a lot of it). I'm still tempted to try, but I've been burned enough times...

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