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Palm sugar is a key element to produce the sweet taste in the Thai dishes. Many recipes use this sugar produced from watery sap that drips from cut flower buds of the palm, and is used to make the sauces served especially with the strong flavored Jasmine rice, considered to be on of the highest quality rice in the world.
The sweet condiments, such as coconut milk are an important matter that you need to learn how and where to use it when cooking a Thai meal.
Other Thai desserts include a range of exotic fruits mixed with ginger and coconut milk, and served not only as a dessert, but as an appetizer and even a soup - often known as the Potra dish.