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Thai Sago Pudding

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Thai desserts can act as breakfast because of how light and nourishing they are. When you visit the fresh markets in Thailand as early as 4am, you will see several dessert stands under the hanging yellow light bulbs. The tables are usually spread with colorful desserts from coconut jelly to the delightful drops of smooth,

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Mushroom Mee Grati

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Hi guys! We have been busy with the monsoon trek, and I completely forgot that this blog is malnourished by the delicious cooking. Last weekend we went on another trek which I was completely soaked in the rain the whole trip. When I got home, I was down with a massive headache. Anyway, another big

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Noodle Salad with Braised Lamb in Chinese Five Spice

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I’ve just realized that I haven’t eaten rice for over a week now. It’s not that I’m on any low-carb diet, but I have been binging on noodles. I eat noodle for lunch everyday because it’s quick and comforting. And dinner, I usually have some meaty soup and a big plate of sweet juicy fruits

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Noodle with Lamb and Mushroom

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Don’t you hate it when the essential ingredients in your kitchen run out? The other day, I scraped a small spoonful of hoisin sauce from a jar so I can put it in my vegetable broth. It was so little that I missed out the beautiful sweet flavor of it. I immediately went to a

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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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Garlic and Chili Prawns

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There are 3 simple rules in cooking this Garlic and Chili Prawns. The first one is using the freshest ingredients you can find. The second rule is using super high heat in cooking. And the last important point is to finish cooking in 5 minutes. Seafood is one of my favorite ingredients because it cooks

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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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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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My Favorite Noodle Salad

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I am trying my best to eat healthy and happy at the same time. I add more veggies and fruits in my die now. It’s a small change, but I do enjoy the varieties of fresh produce the locals have to offer. I’m not really sure if I have shared this recipe with you already, but

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Thai Chicken Yellow Curry with Rice Noodle

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This time of the year, when I visit the local markets, I smell something lovely— that fresh mint, a little bit of that earthy dill and the pungent aroma of coriander leaves. Everything was fresh like they have just shot from the ground. I feel like my kitchen has been blessed when I place these fresh

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