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Miang Koong (Thai Prawn Wrap)

Have you ever tried Wild Pepper Leaf? Wild Pepper Leaf or Bai Cha Plu is a pungent, peppery and citrusy leaf used in Southeast Asian cuisines. The leaf looks quite similar to a betel leaf, but they’re completely different thing. In my opinion, it’s one of the most exciting ingredients, and if you haven’t tried

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Chia Pudding with Salted Coconut Cream and Mango

I know I’m very much behind the trend, but I’ve recently discovered chia seeds. These tiny seeds become one of my kitchen essentials because I can use them as a healthy substitute in a number of dishes. Also, I don’t actually need to cook them. They’re just needed to be soaked, and voila, you have

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How to Make Almond Butter

How to Make Almond Butter I’ve recently converted to an almond butter team. What about you? Do you like almond butter? In the past, I rarely bought almond butter because it’s quite expensive here. A jar of 250 gm of almond butter costs about 400-500 rupees depending on the quality. But recently, since I’ve been baking

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Banana and Honey Granola

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Oh I haven’t forgotten about my healthy phase which is a good thing. I am trying my best to lose some weight as well as to keep my body strong and happy. I still go out and eat junk food, but much less often as I used to. I want to live in the moment

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Mulberry and Strawberry Shake

This may sound strange but I have a Mulberry tree phobia! Yes, that’s right, the fresh green bush of mulberry tree scares the pants off me. First, I should try to give the rational explanation to my weird anxiety. My grandmother makes silk, she’s the famous craftsman of the most pure and natural silk anyone

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Red Guava

Years ago my husband and I got ripe off in the local market. The loud shout distracted us from buying our regular grocery to a man with the basket full of guavas. I don’t remember what he was yelling but in his hands were the freshest guavas I had ever seen. If you don’t know

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Rice Flour Crepe with Shrimp Salad

Healthy living is something we tried to absorb in our family as much as possible. I can’t totally go all the way and rule my family against to-do list. Yesterday, my husband came home with a bag of hot chips when it was first rain here and I realized I wouldn’t be able to live without junk

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Banana Waffle and Strawberry Smoothie

The lovely thing about banana waffle is it is very soft and sticky unlike a basic waffle which is spongy and fluffy. The smell of cooked banana is like a warm and comforting baby food. This is of course, Yaseen’s favourite dish. Banana Waffle Ingredients: (4 servings) 1 cup flour 1 tsp baking powder 2 banana- mashed 2 eggs 1/2 cup sugar 75

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