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       Title: [THAI] khanom pad ka (white radish cake)
  Categories: Thai, Appetizer, Vegetables
       Yield: 8 servings
       2 lb White radish
   1 1/2 c  Rice flour
       2 tb 'strong' wheat flour
       2 tb Water.
   This is a “collected” recipe, that we picked up from an elderly aunt.
   The “white radish” in question, known in Thai as phak ka hua or
   sometimes as hua chai thao, is also known as mooli, or Chinese
   Radish, and resembles nothing quite so much as an albino carrot!
   The resultant snacklets can be eaten on their own, or used as a base
   for prawn or pork 'spread' and fried to form a canope served with
   prik nam som or other Thai dipping sauce.
   trim, peel, and dice the radish, then in a food processor reduce it
   to a fine puree (you may well have to do this in batches).
   Combine with the flour and water, and mix thoroughly.
   Turn into a shallow baking tray or heat proof dish, at least 8 inches
   square to form a thin layer. Place in a steamer, and steam for about
   30 minutes. It is cooked when a knife slipped into the mixture comes
   out clean.
   Allow to cool completely, and then cut into 1 squares. Walt MM
   Colonel Ian F. Khuntilanont-Philpott