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Pa Thong Ko Ingredients: 3 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup water 1 tsp baking ammonia (or substitute baking powder) 1/4 tsp baking soda 1 tsp granulated sugar 1 tbsp vegetable oil Instructions: Mix baking soda, baking powder, salt and sugar. Add water and stir well. Add this mixture to the all purpose flour, then stir lightly (don't over-stir). Add vegetable oil then mix well until well combined. Cover with thin fabric such as a kitchen towel se aside for 4 hours at room temperature. Heat oil in a wok or frying pan. Sprinkle, lightly, flour over work surface. Place about a hand-full of dough on work surface. Shape it into a long shape, press or roll it out to about one half inch thick. Cut it to small pieces (about 3 inches long); dab a bit of water in the middle of each piece. Press two pieces together at center; drop to hot oil and fry it until it rises and is golden brown in color. Recipe Notes: Deep-fried dough stick is called Pa Thong Ko in Thailand. In the morning you can easily find them being made by street vendors and they're very inexpensive.

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(posted March 13, 2007)

Pa Thong Ko

Ingredients:

3 cup
all-purpose flour
1 cup water
1 tsp
baking ammonia (or substitute
baking powder)
1/4 tsp
baking soda
1 tsp
granulated
sugar
1 tbsp vegetable oil

Instructions:

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

Heat oil in a
wok or frying
pan. Sprinkle, lightly, flour over work surface. Place about a hand-full of dough on work surface. Shape it into a long shape, press or roll it out to about one half inch thick. Cut it to small pieces (about 3 inches long); dab a bit of water in the middle of each piece. Press two pieces together at center; drop to hot oil and fry it until it rises and is golden brown in color.

Recipe Notes:

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


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