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Red Rubies Dessert | Tub Tim Krob

By: Cooking with Nart from Cooking with Nart
Updated December 20, 2020
Red Rubies Dessert | Tub Tim Krob
Red Rubies Dessert Tub Tim Krob

"Red rubies or tub tim krob is a refreshing Thai dessert made mainly with water chestnut and coconut cream. Crunchy, nutty, and creamy, it's the perfect dessert for any day. You can use either raw, cooked, or canned water chestnut. I normally use the cooked version I can easily get from the market or supermarket here. If you don't live in Thailand, you can go with canned. Just make sure you drain and dry it well before dicing. If you can't find water chestnut at all, you can replace it with jicama. Just peel and dice it in the same way you would water chestnut (roughly 1 cm for all sides). "

Serves6 servings

Preparation Time30 min

Cooking Time20 min

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