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Son-In-Law-Eggs, or 'khai luuk kheuy' in Thai ('khai' = egg + 'luuk kheeuy' = son-in-law) is a traditional Thai celebration dish. These eggs are enjoyed on new year's day or at wedding feasts, are taken as an offering to the monks when Thai people visit their local temple. They make good snacks, deep-frying gives the skins a unique texture.

Son-In-Law-Eggs, or 'khai luuk kheuy' in Thai ('khai' = egg + 'luuk kheeuy' = son-in-law) is a traditional Thai celebration dish. These eggs are enjoyed on new year's day or at wedding feasts, are taken as an offering to the monks when Thai people visit their local temple. They make good snacks, deep-frying gives the skins a unique texture.

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