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Stir Fried Rice Vermicelli with Eggs

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I remember, when I was a kid, every weekendnight was a movie night. My mom and dad would allow me and my siblings to stay up late watching movies– horror movies, until we fell asleep in the livingroom. During commercials, my dad used to make snacks or even late night heavy meal depending on what

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Fish in Stir Fried Ginger and Capsicum

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It was fun hanging out at Harne Fish Market. We bought some fish and kept them in a box full of ice. When we reached home, they’re still fresh. You want to know what I made out of them. I deep fried them and top with some stir friend ginger and capsicum. It’s so easy to

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Stir Fried Chicken with Baby Corn and Capsicum

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I really love a simple stir fried anything on top of hot rice when I cook for just me. It took less than 20 minutes to make a whole meal. This is how I cook lunch. I stir fry something. While I cook rice which normally takes about 15 minutes, I just throw things I

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Stir Fried Tofu with Bean Sprout and Oyster Mushroom

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One of my favorite vegetarian dishes that can be prepared really quick is stir fried tofu. Tofu is very healthy, it’s a great source of protein, and we can basically whip it up with just anything we would normally do with meat. I love the combination of firm tofu and bean sprout. It’s very subtle and

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Stir Fired Mushroom with Ginger and Garlic

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When I was a kid growing up in a small village surrounded by the countryside, raining season meant several things. It meant the mango fell from the trees during storm, puddles of fresh rainwater on the street, beads of raindrops on the branches and leaves, warm noodle soup at home, and of course— mushroom picking

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Stir Fried Crab Curry with Fresh Turmeric and Soy Sauce

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Do you know that Yaseen scared of crab? All kind of crabs, mud crabs, sea crabs, big crabs, and the tiny crabs. When it’s time to get out of the sea and he’s too cranky to comply, we catch some crabs on the beach to scare him off. And then, there’s a weekend trip to a

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Stir Fried Shrimp with Eggplant and Dill

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I love the sound of curry paste sizzling in hot oil. The aroma developed from the pan made my mouth watering. Thai curry paste is one of my favorite ingredients. It’s not only good for curry, but it adds the beautiful color and flavor to a quick stir fry dish as well. In my opinion, eggplant

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Stir Fried Shrimp with Broccoli

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We eat rice almost everyday. Probably for lunch and dinner, sometimes breakfast as well. With rice, we make curries, soup, and various kind of stir fried dishes. You bet we had tons of recipes just for stir-frying. What I love most about stir-fry was not only it’s fast track nature but the way it’s allow the

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Salted Chicken with Crunchy Peanut Chutney

Lately, I’ve been cooking at home a lot, but I don’t have enough time to share the experiences in my blog. It’s been a busy month. We’ve just come back from a long road trip and Kerala visit, the furniture remodeling is going on, and I commit to complete a 50,000 words novel at Nanowrimo.

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Stir Fried Squid with Vegetable

I love colorful dishes. A very reason is my believe that color is nutrient. Red, yellow, orange, green, they looked beautiful and tasted naturally sweet. I have one recipe that combines many colors and flavors together. A quick stir fried squid in vegetables. A brisk second in hot, greasy wok, the vegetables and squid only

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