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How to Make Thai Chicken Meatballs

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If you are living abroad, you will understand the struggle of making your kitchen feel like home. Whenever I travel back to India from Thailand, I stuff my luggage with food items we don’t normally get here. I often pack dried calamari, shrimp paste, chili paste, condiments, local snacks and sweet. Luckily, we have a

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15 Minutes Yellow Curry Rice

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I grew up eating the simplest food that requires a brisk of time to prepare. I think one of the biggest reason of that was Agriculture is the backbone of Thai life, traditions and cultures. The farmers work hard on the farm, and they eat simple food gathered around the land and put together into

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Easy Chicken Pho with Video

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25 years ago, a bowl of noodle soup in Thailand was about 3 Baht ($0.10). In that bowl, there were soft noodle, super tender pieces of meat and bean sprouts swimming in delicious boiling broth. There were also fresh basil, a little coriander leaves and some chopped scallions on top which purled aromatic fragrances through

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Thai Grilled Chicken Liver

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I’m not sure winter or rainy season is my most favorite time of the year. It’s very hard to pick. I don’t know if I will ever know myself enough to make that kind of decision. Both seasons make me feel so cozy. It’s inspiring and humble experience to live through these beautiful weathers. Winter morning

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Chinese Sausage Fried Rice

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Have you ever tried Chinese Sausage? It’s extremely fat and smoky. I used to think it’s awkwardly sweet that it didn’t belong in savory dishes. Chinese sausage can be very overpowering. That’s why only a little of it can be made to something wonderful. I like Chinese Sausage now. It’s weird because I have never enjoyed

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Easy Chicken Strip

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It’s 2 pm on Sunday, and I feel like the morning hasn’t left yet. The weather is so dreamy, frail and chilly. We can be lazy today. Yaseen doesn’t have any school work, Sadik is out with friends, and my mom and I has been hanging out in the soft sun on our balcony. Breakfast

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Khanom Jeen

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Khanom Jeen is a local fast food dish in Thailand. It’s sold from 4 in the morning till midnight… well, these days maybe 24 hours in some night markets. It’s my one of favorite food since childhood. Khanom Jeen is fermented rice noodle with curry. The curries can be made with fish or chicken. During

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Prawn and Cashew Nuts in Thai Sweet Chili Paste

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Do you know you can eat cashew fruits? When I was a kid, during dry winter in Thailand, there were cashew apples hanging on the trees. Yes, the fruits look kind of like apples or maybe pears, with yellowish orange to juicy red. I took a bite once, but didn’t like it one bit. I

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Sweet Sesame Chicken Wings

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I love chicken wings. It’s the ultimate party food of all time. My favorite chicken wing is the BBQ ones, but this Asian twist will do, when I run out of BBQ sauce. I love the nutty flavor of toasted sesame seeds. It gives that crunch to the soft and juicy wings. It’s super easy to

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Chicken and Tofu with Basil

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I’m surprised my kid likes tofu. It’s funny because tofu and I didn’t really have a love at first sight kind of story. It took me a while to get used to it. I think the reason I like tofu is because of its nutrient more than its taste. Anyway, I’m blessed that he is

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