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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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Scallion Omelet

In the middle of April, the sky is harsh. The temperature here is baking hot every day. At night, I barely get some sleep because of the heat. Before summer was in full bloom, we thought about getting a new air cooler because the old one hasn’t been working properly. We thought about it a

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Steamed Savory Egg Custard

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I crave baby food. It’s weird I know. Super weird. I like soft banana pudding that they make for baby. I love Bavarian custard. Oh my God, sometimes I eat Cerelac Powder. If you have babies, you know what Cerelac is. Anyway, in my defence, why shouldn’t we

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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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Grilled Salmon with Kale

Usually, our weekends, when we don’t go trekking, are basically filled with errands, lunches at the restaurants, and randomness around the town. The days are usually messy, and we can’t stick to the schedule. After grocery shopping, we go for lunch which often ends up quite late in the afternoon. By the time, we get

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2 Ingredients Healthy Moong Popsicle

When I was a kid, during summer, I often went to my favorite shop to get icy treats. Back then, we didn’t have Baskin Robbins or Wall’s, but we had the light and refreshing ice creams and something called Waan Yen which is basically a popsicle. In Thai, Waan means sweet, and Yen means cold. Waan Yen

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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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Lavender Lemonade

Lavender Lemonade Hey, guys! It’s been a while. I don’t really know why, but I have been distracted a lot recently. I know that I should be sharing more blog posts, but I couldn’t seem to write. Okay, let’s have a heart to heart talk, I love posting recipes, but today there are millions of recipes

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Split Lentil and Kale Stew

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I used to hate vegetarian food to the point that I would be really upset when I had to be in all-vegetarian restaurants. Meat was such a big part of the food I grew up eating. I thought a meal without animal proteins was incomplete and unfulfilled. Living in India has changed my perspective about

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Jeaw Hon (Isaan Meat Soup)

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The other day, Yaseen asked me what weather we’re in right now. I was speechless for a whole minute because I truly didn’t know what kind of weather we were in at the moment. I told him “Well, we’re kind of in the end of rainy season and on the way to winter.” He seemed

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