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    Looking for a more exciting alternative to flowers as a gift for those meaningful to you?
    This contemporary Red bean or Mung bean filled Thai dessert, Phakakrong (ผกากรอง)- which means generousness- will be a thoughtful gift for anyone you wish to treat.


    Phakakrong is a name of a flower local to Thailand.
    Phakakrong is a contemporary Thai dessert with a traditional flavour made with special wheat flour, coconut milk, sugar with a small hint of jasmine essence and food colouring.
    You can now select the filling you like or try a mixture of both mung-bean and Japanese Azuki (red-bean). We delicately handmade everything from our home kitchen in East London to ensure they are finely represented PRANSUK’s and the beauty of Thai desserts.

    You can enjoy it as a light snack with your favourite flower tea for a chilling Sunday afternoon with your loved ones.

    The meaning of Generousness can be a perfect ‘Thank you’ gift for your dear friends and family.

    This Thai treat is the perfect alternative to flowers if you have a sweet tooth lover in your life. They are a great snack if you are having a relaxing day or evening. Phakakrong is an Asian sweet cake and is a modern dessert of Thailand.


    One of the main ingredients of Phakakrong is Mung bean and red bean.


    Red bean is a common name for several plants and is also known as Adzuki beans which are commonly used in Japanese, Korean and Chinese cuisine. Red beans are a good source of iron, phosphorus and potassium. Red beans are also a great low-fat source of protein and dietary fibre. Having red beans in your diet can boost the quality of your diet, improve your overall health, aid weight loss and maintenance, keep blood sugar steady and lower your risk of certain cancers.


    The mung bean is native to India and has been cultivated in China and most of Asia. The mung bean possesses many health benefits. Mung beans contain enzymes, nutrients and antioxidants which are essential for maintaining good health. Mung beans are good for the health of the eyes, hair, nails and liver. Mung beans also enhance blood circulation and are loaded with a high amount of fibre and are low in calories. Mung beans are used in traditional Chinese medicine for therapeutic uses e.g., to detoxify the body and eliminate heat.


    If Phakakrong sounds like something that intrigues you, place an order with us today.


    Please see ingredients in BOLD for allergen

    suitable for vegan, vegetarian and dairy-free dietary

    • Wheat(gluten) flour, coconut milk(coconut extract 70%, water, emulsifier- E435), sugar, red bean filling(red bean, sugar, coconut oil), food colours (Sorbitol, water, glycerin, carboxylmethylcellulose sodium, potassium sorbate), jasmine extract
    • Wheat(gluten) flour, coconut milk(coconut extract 70%, water, emulsifier- E435), sugar, mung bean filling(mung bean, sugar, coconut oil), food colour (Sorbitol, water, glycerin, carboxylmethylcellulose sodium, potassium sorbate), jasmine extract

    Storage Instructions: *keep refrigerated*

    Please keep in the fridge and consume within 1 week

    We carefully pack our fresh desserts in an insulate pouch with a cooling gel to keep them fresh during transport. 


    Box Dimension H5 x W15 x L15cm , approx 250g

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