Toasted Rice Powder Published: Sep 27, 2013 · Modified: Dec 7, 2020 by Pailin Chongchitnant · This post may contain affiliate links Jump to video! Toasted rice powder is commonly used in many Isaan dishes such as Larb, Nam Tok, and Crying Tiger. (This is an excerpt from the Larb episode) Watch The Full Video Tutorial! « Crying Tiger เสือร้องไห้ (seua rong hai)Panang Curry Paste »
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Adam from HTK
Hi! ... and hmmm is working for me. Do you have an ad-blocker running by any chance? That will usually do it. Otherwise try in another browser? Cheers! Adam
thank you for responding, Adam... yes, i do have ad blockers, yet somehow ads appear on this page... that would be weird that your own videos would be considered an ad! I don't have issues opening YT videos on other websites. anyway, i found it by going directly to YT and searching for the title. Maybe it would be helpful to add the direct link to the video underneath where the video appears on the page for people who can't see it for whatever reason.
Adam from HTK
Hi there! .. and yes that all makes sense actually because this video isn’t served though YouTube but a different video server with a different income stream, so it’s a whole other thing 😊 (you’ll notice there is no “View on YouTube” at the bottom)
Cheers for now, and have fun with the recipe! Adam
My Thai father's hack for toasted rice powder as I was growing up in the US was to dry-fry Cream of Rice in a small frying pan till it reaches that nutty brown color and releases its delightful odor. It will keep in an airtight jar for a week or so.
Adam The HTK Intern
That is so cool! ... and brilliant! 🙂