Kawaba Rice Ball

The Kawaba Rice Ball - the ultimate rice and noodle combination - is a delicacy in Thailand, where it is cooked with the accompaniment of sweet sauces. When served in the street food restaurants in Bangkok, the rice ball is placed in a bowl, and then it is dipped in the spicy sauce made from a mixture of soy sauce and curry powder.

The origins of the Kawaba are somewhat mysterious. It has been around for quite some time, but is only in the last decade that it became a popular street food. The traditional recipe uses a combination of noodles, eggs, beef, vegetables, and spices. Today, it is mostly made with noodles. The sweet sauce is also added to the noodles, making it a sweet treat for children and adults alike.

The spicy sauce makes it a tasty treat for Thai people who are fond of spicy food. The sweet sauce is also a pleasant taste, and the savory and sour flavors go with it very well. You can mix it up with a bit of sweet potatoes, rice, meat or vegetable to make a meal for two.

This street food is a staple of Nasi Kandar. Many vendors also serve it on their tables as snacks in front of their stalls. A little care is needed when preparing it at home. It needs to be cooked as quickly as possible. For Nasi Kandar, the rice ball is cooked only for a few minutes. While frying it, you need to keep it in the hot oil, and do not let the heat sink in deeply into the rice balls. When you have brought it to the right temperature, put in the meat and stir-fry it with the vegetables, and the sweet and sour sauce.

While the sweet sauce and meat cook, you can start preparing the noodles. First, peel the potatoes and cut them into pieces. Then throw them into a frying pan. Keep tossing them in the pan so that they get brown and crisp. Put in a bit of salt to keep them from sticking to the pan. After the noodles are ready, take the boiled water out of the pot and add it to the noodles and fry the noodles in the oil until they are golden brown. You can mix it well with the potatoes and put the meat and vegetables. Stir until everything is well coated with the sauce. The sweet sauce can be added to the noodles at this point. Take care to stir in the rice to make sure that all ingredients are well coated.

Make Your Own Asian Date in Kawaba Rice Balls Restaurant

The finished fried rice balls will be delicious served with lime juice and a side of steamed rice. If you want to serve them with chicken, you can use a chicken curry or fish curry instead. This recipe is best made on a cold winter day when you do not feel like cooking.


This recipe will help you understand what your Asian Girl likes and enjoys. When I was in Malaysia, I did not have access to restaurants where she could have her favorite cuisines cooked. I made these delicacies myself, which she loved.

There are many other recipes that you can find online if you search the Internet for fried rice balls. If you think you would enjoy them, try using them for lunch or dinner a couple of times per week.

When you are in Nasi Kandar, take a stroll and see the stalls selling these delicious treats. and grab one for yourself. You will be amazed at how easy they are to make.

While you are in Nasi Kandar, you should also make a stop at the stalls selling a variety of other foods that will not only satisfy your appetite, but also satisfy your taste buds. Nasi Khadar is a very good place to spend your day.