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Kanji (Kerala Rice Porridge)

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Have you ever play the game called Opposite? Yaseen taught us this game. We always play it while we are on a long road trip. In Opposite game, you are supposed to ask each other the yes-or-no questions. It’s a good way to learn more about someone. The fun part of the game is you

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Colorful Prawn Fried Rice

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Prawn Fried Rice is one of those dishes we made often. It’s easy to cook, and comforting to eat. On the busy days, Prawn Fired Rice is perfect to whip up for lunch and dinner. And believe it or not, we even have it for breakfast. Today I’m going to break my golden rule of cooking

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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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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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Hainanese Chicken Rice

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In Thailand, there is a dish called Khao Mun Gai. The name is simply translated as rice cooked in chicken fat. The dish is a Thai take on the famous Hainanese Chicken which is introduced in the country by Chinese immigrants. Khao Mun Gai can be served as breakfast, lunch or dinner. It’s a wholesome that

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Easy Beef Rice

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I remembered years ago during Ramazan in Thailand, in the evening when I walked in the market, it smelled particularly aromatic. The fragrance was beautiful and unusual than what I was familiar with. When I looked for the source responsible for such scent, I came to find a gigantic pot filled with yellow rice and

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Rice Bowl with Chicken and Basil Topped with Fried Egg

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Lately, I’ve had so much on my plate I couldn’t have time for myself. My writing has slowed down, and I am busy with Yaseen all day. It’s tough sometimes trying to stay on track and keep up with blog posts and everything else that I want to do. Take out becomes a trend in

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Sausage and Mushroom Rice

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I love one-pot meals. They save energy and don’t make a lot of mess on my kitchen top. Sausage and mushroom rice is one of those recipes you can just let the pot do all the work. I just chop and dice things up, then throw them in the pot. The flavor of this dish

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Vegan Dirty Rice

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Awww, I got you my vegetarian friends all excited, didn’t I? Dirty rice is actually a meaty dish packed with pungent flavors chicken giblets and Cajun spice. It can be a comforting snack or wholesome meal. You think it’s not a thing for vegetarians an vegans, but oh yes, it’s very doable and oh so

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Puttu, South Indian Steamed Rice and Coconut Cake

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My mouth is all watery when I think about South Indian breakfast. Mmmm different types of soft Appams (soft pancake), hot Dosa (savory pancake), steamy Idli(rice cake), Poratha (Kerala flatbread) for a heavy weight type of breakfast, not to mention a spongy Puttu loaded with grated fresh coconut. Along with them, coconut chutney, Sambar (spicy

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