Bua Loi, which literally means "Floating Lotus", is an irresistible Thai dessert that will have you coming back for more.

Unlike Tub Tim Grob that is crunchy, the rice balls are particularly soft and sticky and come in many different colors. The mildly sweet Bua Loi is usually served in hot coconut cream with syrup-poached eggs on top. Bua Loi has another variation that the rice balls are doused in hot ginger soup; it is referred to as "Bua Loi Nam King" and greatly influenced by Chinese cooking. Bua Loi with poached eggs is called "Bua Loi Kai Wan" or "Rice Balls with Sweet Egg."

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